The civil society GFF resource and engagement hub (The Hub) is a multiyear initiative to amplify and support civil society advocacy organizations and coalitions to
contribute to GFF country-level investment outcomes. The Hub is independent from the GFF. It is hosted at PAI, a civil society organization that promotes universal access to reproductive health and reproductive rights through research, advocacy, and innovative partnerships.
The Hub’s main functions are:
• Serving as a virtual forum for public information on the GFF;
• Supporting the development of resources and tools; and
• Providing capacity building, engagement support grants and technical assistance.
The Hub contributes to unleashing the full potential of civil society to help the GFF realize effective and
sustainable health financing.
Launched in 2015, the GFF is a multistakeholder partnership to improve sexual, reproductive, maternal, newborn, child and adolescent health and nutrition (SRMNCAH+N). The GFF is an opportunity to bring much-needed resources to improve the lives of women, children and adolescents through mobilizing government and development partner resources behind country-led plans, or investment cases. For more information, visit Global Financing Facility FAQ.