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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Global Financing Facility Adolescent and Youth Engagement Action Plan

Action plan for engaging youth and adolescents in the GFF.

Type: Resources

Category: Adolescent Health

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

This GFF document outlines support for the formation of a technical advisory group convening to develop an action plan to support country-led efforts to improve adolescent sexual and reproductive health and rights (ASRHR).

Type: Resources

Category: Adolescent Health, Sexual and Reproductive Health & Rights

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Meaningful Adolescent and Youth Engagement in the Global Financing Facility: Analysis and Recommendations

This paper seeks to outline best practices in MAYE (Meaningful Adolescent and Youth Engagement) from existing literature and other global and national health initiatives; highlight examples from several GFF countries to better understand existing challenges and opportunities in MAYE; and make recommendations for enhancing MAYE in the GFF moving forward, at both global and country […]

Type: Resources

Category: Adolescent and Youth Engagement, Civil Society

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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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