GFF Civil Society Meeting Dar es Salaam Concept Note

This concept note provides logisitical information and explains the purpose and goals of the Civil Society Meeting in November 2016 in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, which brought together CSO representatives from all of the first and second wave countries, as well as relevant regional and global representatives, to discuss greater CSO engagement and collaboration.

Type: Resources

Category: Civil Society

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Civil Society Engagement in the GFF: A Briefing Document for Country CSO Focal Points

This document provides resources for CSOs to gain knowledge on all things related to CSO engagement with the GFF.

Type: Resources

Category: Civil Society

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Tracking Progress of Nutrition in the Global Financing Facility

Action Against Hunger analyzes in detail the development of the investment case of Burkina Faso, a GFF country, through the lens of a nutrition-focused civil society organization, along with a broader focus on hunger initiatives in the GFF.

Type: Resources

Category: Nutrition

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Youth engaging with the GFF – There is nothing for us, without us!

E4A-Mama Ye works with civil society to ensure that they have the knowledge and skills to engage with the GFF, and that young people can participate fully in decision making. This brief video explains why it is so vital for the youth to be engaged in the GFF.

Type: Resources

Category: Adolescent and Youth Engagement, Nutrition

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CSO Global Financing Facility Hub and Survey Results

This presentation displays the results of the CSO GFF Hub Survey, which helped gain insight about civil society knowledge and engagement with the GFF. These survey results are the subsequent reasoning behind the creation of the GFF Hub, which is explained to be aimed at helping aid CSOs in gaining greater knowledge and engagement with […]

Type: Resources

Category: Civil Society

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Catalytic pilot grants to strengthen civil society engagement in national Global Financing Facility processes: Implementation report

During the planning phase of the small grants mechanism in 2018, PMNCH, under the guidance of the GFF Civil Society Coordinating Group, issued catalytic pilot grants to civil society organizations (CSOs) in Cameroon, Kenya, Nigeria, and Sierra Leone. These grants were intended to stimulate civil society engagement in the GFF and to demonstrate potential contributions […]

Type: Resources

Category: Civil Society, Health Financing, Private Sector

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Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights: The GFF’s Support to Accelerate Action

This paper proposes three hypotheses for why adolescent sexual and reproductive health and rights (ASRHR) is under-financed and develops three theories of change to identify activities and themes for GFF focus. These include activities to: (1) close key gaps in the evidence base around the cost of adolescent health interventions; (2) efforts to strengthen health […]

Type: Resources

Category: Adolescent Health

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Africa Human Capital Plan: Powering Africa’s Potential Through Its People

This presentation outlines the basics of the Human Capital Plan in Africa. It explains why the plan is so important for Africa in reaching RMNCAH goals as well as other human rights goals, and outlines how the World Bank will work with governments and partners to support countries in seven main ways.

Type: Resources

Category: Adolescent Health, Family Planning & Contraception, Maternal and Child Health

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Spotlight on GFF in Liberia: What GFF Does and What it Pays

The Liberia Spotlight on the GFF serves as an advocacy tool that provides simple and useful information about the GFF in Liberia, aimed at supporting Liberia Health CSOs’ Network to actively engage in the GFF process and monitor its performance. The Spotlight is developed through rigorous analysis of the Liberia RMNCAH Investment Case and GFF […]

Type: Resources

Category: Adolescent Health, Civil Registration and Vital Statistics (CRVS), Investment, Maternal and Child Health

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E4A-MamaYe: How Civil Society Organizations can play a role in the GFF

Are you a civil society representative? This short video presents what you and your organization can do to engage in the implementation of the GFF and to accelerate progress towards better health for every woman and child.

Type: Resources

Category: Civil Society

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