The Civil Society GFF Resource and Engagement Hub amplifies and supports civil society to help the Global Financing Facility realize effective and sustainable health financing for the health of women, children and adolescents.
The Civil Society GFF Resource and Engagement Hub is a multiyear initiative to amplify and support civil society advocacy organizations and coalitions to contribute to Global Financing Facility (GFF) country-level investment outcomes. The project is independent from the GFF, a multistakeholder partnership launched in 2015 to improve and support reproductive, maternal, newborn, child and adolescent health and nutrition (RMNCAH+N). Since its beginning, PAI has worked to leverage the GFF as a financing mechanism to support RMNCAH+N around the world. PAI’s goal for engaging in the GFF is to shape its investments by enabling civil society to participate and collaborate across the health and nutrition sectors. We work in close coordination with the global Civil Society Coordinating Group for the GFF, a coalition that facilitates information sharing alignment of resources and actions to promote meaningful engagement in the GFF at the international and national levels.
The project awarded over $375,000 to support engagement and strengthen coalitions in GFF countries in its first 18 months.
• Africa Health Budget Network (AHBN)
• Centre for Reproductive Health and Education (CRHE)
• Community Working Group on Health (CWGH)
• Health Alert
• Health Promotion Tanzania (HDT)
• L‘Alliance Nationale des Jeunes pour la Santé de la Reproduction et la Planification Familiale (ANJ-SR/PF)
• L’Institut Panafricain pour la Citoyenneté, les Consommateurs et le Développement (CICODEV)
• La Fédération Nationale des Organisations de Santé de Côte d’Ivoire (FENOS-CI)
• Naguru Youth Health Network (NYHN)
• Niger Éducation Santé et Sport (NESS)
• Public Health Initiative Liberia (PHIL)
• Rwenzori Center for Research and Advocacy (RCRA)
• Uganda Youth and Adolescents Health Forum (UYAHF)
Côte d'Ivoire, Liberia, Niger, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe