Wemos Health Unlimited: Critical Review of the GFF in two front-runner countries: Kenya & Tanzania

Wemos, a Dutch global public health civil society organization, offers a critical review of the GFF’s implementation and continuing role in Kenya and Tanzania as of summer 2018.

Type: Resources

Category: Civil Society, Health Financing

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ANNOUNCEMENT: GFF and WCAH* Small Grants Mechanism

This document announces the GFF Civil Society Coordinating Group’s plan to start a new small grants opportunity, aimed to improve outcomes for women’s, children’s, and adolescents’ health (WCAH), by supporting better-coordinated civil society efforts to engage in national processes and programs, with particular focus on the GFF.

Type: Resources

Category: Adolescent Health, Civil Society, Health Financing, Maternal and Child Health

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GFF Civil Society Coordinating Group: In-Person Strategy Meeting Presentation

This presentation was shared at the GFF Civil Society Coordinating Group (CSCG) In-Person Strategy Meeting on April, 20th, 2018 at PAI Offices in Washington, DC. It summarizes the Small Grants Mechanism (SGM) while highlighting other continuing efforts to further support Country CSO partners from the perspective of the CSCG.

Type: Resources

Category: Civil Society, Domestic Resource Mobilization

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PAI Presentation on the GFF

This presentation gives a basic overview of what the GFF does, and how its financing is structured. It uses Tanzania as an example, and also discusses civil society involvement.

Type: Resources

Category: Civil Society

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Taking Stock: International Planned Parenthood Federation Recommendations on the Global Financing Facility

The International Planned Parenthood Federation succinctly makes recommendations to the GFF regarding funding and civil society participation.

Type: Resources

Category: Health Financing, Investment, Private Sector

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The analysis of Tanzania performance on strengthening primary healthcare for results in RMNCAH

This analytical report examines the performance of Tanzania on the implementation of “Strengthening Primary Health Care for Results – PHCforR (P152736)”.

Type: Resources

Category: Maternal and Child Health

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Health Sector Strategic Plan II (2017-2022): Malawi

The Health Sector Strategic Plan II (HSSP II) 2017-2022 is the health sector’s medium term strategic plan outlining objectives and activities and guiding resources over the period 2017-2022, and serves as the Investment Case for Malawi. It succeeds the HSSP I (2011-2016). The goal of the HSSP II is to achieve universal health coverage of […]

Type: Resources

Category: Abortion, Adolescent Health, Civil Registration and Vital Statistics (CRVS), Civil Society, Family Planning & Contraception, Maternal and Child Health, Nutrition, Private Sector, Results-based Financing, UHC

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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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Improving Access to RMNCAH Commodities: Third Investors Group Meeting

At the request of the Investors Group at their Second meeting in February 2016, a small Task Team of technical experts was convened to discuss ways to address current challenges in access to reproductive, maternal, newborn, children’s and adolescent health (RMNCAH) commodities. This paper provides an overview of the task team’s discussions and the emerging […]

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Complementary Financing: Third Investors Group Meeting

This note is an introduction to agenda item GFF/IG3/4, “GFF Financing for RMNCAH: complementary financing.” This item is for discussion only, with an emphasis on Investors Group members discussing the information presented rather than sharing their own experiences on complementary financing.

Type: Resources

Category: Health Financing

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