Five-Year Quantitative Analysis of GFF Investments and Linked Priorities
To mark the fifth anniversary of the Global Financing Facility (GFF), PAI has created a database with GFF project information and financial data, including World Bank disbursements, and official progress indicators. In an effort to highlight the results governments are working towards, this resource has been designed for use by various stakeholders in the GFF […]
Report: Increasing GFF Impact on RMNCAH in Tanzania
Tanzania is one of the Global Financing Facility (GFF) front runner countries which is funded by World Bank IDA, GFF trust fund, USAID, Power on Nutrition, Development Partner and the Government of Tanzania. The fifth year of implementation was expected to end June 30th, 2020, but has been extended to June 30th, 2021. This analytical […]
Family Planning and The Global Financing Facility: Current Evidence and a Learning Agenda
To understand the current role of the GFF and inform its next steps to best fulfill this mandate, this note takes stock of our collective knowledge on inclusion of contraception in HBPs; incorporation of FP in country RMNCAH-N investment cases and corresponding World Bank projects; and GFF influence over government and donor resource allocation for cost-effective FP services. It concludes with a research agenda to guide future policy.
The GFF at Five: Time for a Change?
The Global Financing Facility (GFF) was initiated in 2015 to contribute to filling the existing financing gap to implement the United Nations’ “Global Strategy for Women’s, Children’s and Adolescents’ Health (2016–2030)”, with the objectives of ending preventable deaths and achieving a better quality of life for women, children, and adolescents in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). It is time to take stock of how the GFF has been operating at global and country level, how it has been governed and whether it has achieved its objectives.
Assessment of the Status and Effectiveness of National Multistakeholder Country Platforms Used to Implement the Global Financing Facility
This assessment provides a detailed analysis of the existence and status of the Global Financing Facility multistakeholder country platforms in terms of their effectiveness and functionality in providing strategic coordination of stakeholders and funding sources for reproductive, maternal, newborn, child and adolescent health and nutrition country investment cases.
World Bank Trust Funds and the Case of the GFF: Time for a Refresh?
The objective of this fact sheet is to open conversation on the Global Financing Facility’s governance and financing structure. Our guiding question is whether the Global Financing Facility, in its current set-up as a Multi-Donor Trust Fund, is fit-for-purpose, or whether it would benefit from a change towards a Financial Intermediary Fund.
Category: Health Financing
Global Action Plan Signatory Agencies back Ghana’s Health Financing Reforms
Ghana, one of nine of the new GFF countries added in 2019, recently held a Health Financing Forum from November 25-27th. The GFF was present at this forum, which focused on Sustainable Health Financing for Universal Health Coverage, where key priorities for the revision of the National Health Financing Strategy and Implementation Plan were discussed.
Category: Health Financing
Comparative Analysis of the GFF: Enhancing inclusivity, transparency and accountability
An in-depth comparative analysis of the Global Financing Facilities across seven participating countries: Cote d’Ivoire, Guatemala, Kenya, Malawi, Nigeria, Sierra Leone and Uganda.
Tanzania One Plan II Infographic
This informative infographic goes into depth about the GFF in Tanzania in an easy to read manner. It focuses on why Tanzania needs the GFF, basics of what the GFF is, the finances and funding including the One Plan II, and the expected impact of the GFF in the future towards RMNCAH+N goals.
Basic Health Care Provision Fund (BHCPF) & GFF Performance Scorecard: Nigeria
This bi-annual scorecard supports in-country civil society organizations, relevant stakeholders and interested members of the National Steering Committee of the Basic Health Care Provision Fund (BHCPF) to regularly
monitor the performance of the BHCPF and GFF in Nigeria.