Making the GFF Work Better for Nutrition

This brief summarizes arguments for including Prevalence of Wasting and Coverage of SAM (severe acute malnutrition) Treatment as two new indicators for under-nutrition in the GFF, in addition to just stunting. It goes in detail to explain why these two indicators are so essential to be able to holistically and accurately document under-nutrition in GFF […]

Type: Resources

Category: Maternal and Child Health, Nutrition

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Advocacy Strategy to Leverage CSOs for Maximum GFF Results

This strategy document provides a road map to help civil society realize its potential in the 16 priority countries identified before November 2017. There is also an urgent need to capacitate civil society in the 10 new GFF priority countries announced in November 2017, which were was not included in the costing of the CSES […]

Type: Resources

Category: Civil Society

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Civil Society Engagement Strategy

This document outlines a strategic approach to engaging civil society in the GFF, at sub-national, national, and global levels.

Type: Resources

Category: Civil Society

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Aid for Nutrition Emerging Financing Mechanisms: Where is the Value for Nutrition? A Specific Focus on GFF

Action Against Hunger (AAH) developed this report to review emerging financing mechanisms for nutrition within the GFF. The report contains a high-level overview of the financing landscape for nutrition, an analysis of early experiences with the GFF, and a brief discussion of opportunities for civil society to support the GFF and nutrition financing mechanisms.

Type: Resources

Category: Nutrition

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Guidance Note: Inclusive Multi-stakeholder Country Platforms in Support of Every Woman Every Child

The aims of this paper are: 1) to highlight how multi-stakeholder country platforms, built on development effectiveness principles, in line with the globally agreed recommendations of IHP+2, can be reinforced within the framework of the Global Strategy and its supporting mechanisms and are key to the Global Strategy’s successful implementation; and 2) to lay out […]

Type: Resources

Category: Civil Society, Private Sector

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Civil Society Guide to the GFF

This guide was commissioned by the Civil Society (CS) Coordinating Group on the GFF to help CSOs working in GFF countries meaningfully engage in the various stages of the GFF. The CS Coordinating Group represents global, regional and nationally focused civil society organizations that come together to share information, coordinate, and engage. The intended audiences […]

Type: Resources

Category: Civil Society

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CSO engagement in the GFF and Donor reproductive health financing through non-grant financing

The duo webinar combines two topics: (1) Civil Society Engagement in the Global Financing Facility- CSO representatives will present key achievements on advocating for RH supplies in the GFF, and specifically highlight the GFF process in Uganda. Susannah Hurd, Global Health Visions, will present efforts around the minimum standards for CSO engagement in the GFF, […]

Type: Resources

Category: Civil Society, Investment

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Kenya Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, Child And Adolescent Health (RMNCAH) Investment Framework

This report presents Kenya’s Reproductive Maternal Neonatal Child and Adolescent Health (RMNCAH) Investment Framework for Kenya to realize the Vision 2030, the Constitution of 2010 and the Health Sector Strategic and Investment Plan 2014-18 and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). This investment framework presents a prioritized set of smart interventions that could be scaled up during […]

Type: Resources

Category: Abortion, Adolescent Health, Civil Registration and Vital Statistics (CRVS), Family Planning & Contraception, HIV/AIDS, Investment, Maternal and Child Health, Nutrition, Sexual and Reproductive Health & Rights

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Civil Society Engagement in the Global Financing Facility: Analysis and Recommendations

This Civil Society (CS) Engagement Report highlights four key recommendations for strengthening civil society engagement in the GFF: the implementation and tracking of minimum standards for RMNCAH country platforms in GFF countries, the assurance of timely and transparent communications about the GFF and its processes, the establishment and support of platforms for civil society to […]

Type: Resources

Category: Civil Society

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Global Financing Facility: where will the funds come from?

This short piece was written from the perspective of GFF partners in the Investors Group, and is a response to a World Report by Ann Danaiya Usher on November 7th, 2015. It serves to clarify exactly how the GFF works in terms of funding and goals, which differentiates it from other health funds, refuting the […]

Type: Resources

Category: Health Financing, Results-based Financing, UHC

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