In Kenya, the Health NGOs’ Network (HENNET) led the GFF Civil Society Coordinating group. The group’s main objective is to facilitate meaningful CSO engagement in the GFF processes and has successfully educated 200 CSOs on the GFF mechanism in 2020. Furthermore, they developed the CSO engagement strategy as well as CSO scorecards for the GFF. In addition, the RMNCAH+N Multi Stakeholders platform was established in January 2021 due to group advocacy efforts started in 2017. As a result, five seats were reserved for civil society organisations. The CSOs in Kenya have consistently advocated through these platforms for policy development and domestic resource mobilisation, social mobilisation for service utilisation, mutual accountability for results and resources, prioritisation of community needs, and policy and service delivery that is informed by rigorous research.