Afghanistan


Year joined
2019
2018
2017
2016
2015

Afghanistan

Project Status:

In Progress

MCP:

Yes

CSO Coalition:

Yes

Government-led Process

Investment Case

The current project document serves as an initial investment case to guide allocation of the GFF trust fund resources in Afghanistan. A full investment case to define the wider GFF engagement in Afghanistan will be developed over the next 6-12 months.

Multi-stakeholder country platform (MCP)

Multi-stakeholder GFF Advisory Committee, led by Ministry of Public Health Afghanistan (MoPH)

CSO reps on MCP

Dr. Juma Khan “Nasir Khairzada;” Organization for Research and Community Development (ORCD)

CSO Coordination & Engagement

CSO Platform:

Alliance of Health Organizations (AHO)

TOR:

AHO does not have a terms of reference yet, but they are using the CSO engagement strategy to guide their work on the GFF.

Priorities:

Civil society is actively engaged in Covid-19 response. Current advocacy is centered around getting the Taliban to let health workers get to health centers for treatment.

CSO Rep to CSCG:

Dr. Juma Khan, Organization for Research and Community Development (ORCD); Farmarz Jahanbeen, Solidary for Afghan Families (SAF) (Alternate representative)

Interim Steering Committee contacts:
- -
Hub Grant:

No

Youth Networks:

There is no youth platform engaging in the GFF in Afghanistan at this time.

Youth rep to CSCG:

There is no youth representative at this time.

Implementation

GFF Trust-Funded project(s)

Afghanistan Sehatmandi Project to Increase the Utilization and Quality of Health, Nutrition, and Family Planning Services

Provisions for CSO Engagement:
- -
Actual CSO or community engagement:

Component 3 of the project is “Strengthening Demand and Community Accountability for Key Health Services”

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Last updated on Thu, 11 Feb 2021 21:00:21.