GFF We Want

The GFF CSOs advocates should strongly call for increased engagement and participation of the local communities in addressing challenges in delivering RMNCAH-N. Accountability should be enhanced across the entire ecosystem identifying and holding the different stakeholders (e.g., government, CSOs, Faith-based institutions, citizens, youth, Donors) to account for the unique roles...

Impact of covid-19 on RMNCAH-N

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a significant death toll as well as serious health and economic problems. This impact has been felt across all demographics, prompting stakeholders to realign their priorities. The COVID-19 pandemic has altered how healthcare is managed, affecting how the government, individuals, and stakeholders approach healthcare. COVID-19...

Civil society organizations have continued to support the GFF through advocacy in the GFF implementing countries eg CSOs in Senegal, for example, reported that their participation in all stages of the investment case development contributed to the national decision to go beyond traditional health issues and include nutrition, national statistics...

The GFF financing mechanism focus on smart financing, bringing programs to scale by leveraging much larger sums of domestic government resources, International Development Assistance (IDA) and International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) financing, aligned external financing, and private sector resources. The GFF employs a variety of tactics and processes...

The GFF We Want & Love

The GFF We Want & Love Tackling the greatest health and nutrition issues affecting women, children, and adolescents       Helping to mobilize local resources to ensure sustainability and local ownership             Empowering communities to strengthen their health systems by funneling resources to countries   Going the extra mile to resource...

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