The GFF partnership model recommends that country governments convene a platform of members — including bilateral and multilateral institutions — the private sector, donors, foundations and civil society organizations (CSOs) to prioritize and leverage financing for high-impact reproductive, maternal, newborn, child and adolescent health and nutrition (RMNCAH+N) interventions. The country platform is responsible for the development of the investment case (IC), a health sector strategic plan with priority interventions.

This report demonstrates how several factors intersected to enable civil society engagement in the GFF process. Despite the challenges faced by CSOs in Côte d’Ivoire, their engagement has been possible given the conducive environment.