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A new approach is needed. And they can do so in a way that is self-sustaining, that helps their economies grow, and that enables them to keep investing in their people. After our creation inwe are already halfway to supporting the 50 countries with the greatest need.
Working in partnership, we can end preventable maternal, newborn and child deaths byimprove the lives of millions of women, children and adolescents, and empower many more countries to build sustainable futures.
The GFF process helps governments and their partners to prioritize, focus on results, and tackle the main system bottlenecks to achieve impact at scale, which in turn is critical to achieving universal health coverage.
Domestic resource mobilization DRM.
These resources will finance a conditional cash-transfer program that targets families with children between ages 0 and 15, promoting health visits for children ages 0 to 6 and pregnant women and school attendance for children ages 6 to Alignment of external assistance.
In the past three years, the GFF country-led multi-stakeholder platforms have contributed to donor alignment and harmonization, increasing the efficiency of individual and collective investments made by partners.
GFF support for resource mapping has helped align donor and government funding to the costed priorities of the investment case for reproductive, maternal, newborn, child and adolescent health and nutrition RMNCAH-N.
To date, at least three bilateral partners are aligning their financing to the priorities of the investment case in 10 countries belonging to the first round of 16 GFF countries.
The GFF is developing and implementing innovative financing instruments to crowd in private capital to help close the financing gap.
The GFF also facilitates partnerships with the global private sector, enabling GFF countries to deploy private sector capabilities to deliver on IC objectives including support for service delivery and the development of supply chains to reach the frontline of health systems.
By bringing all key stakeholders together to support the development and implementation of a single country-led investment case, the GFF enables both countries and stakeholders to identify their comparative advantages, avoiding duplication and reducing gaps.
The GFF Trust Fund supports countries in mapping resources and aligning funders around the investment case and in identifying the key health financing reforms they need to make to mobilize their domestic resources, and it collaborates in expenditure tracking as well.
GFF-supported countries have their own South-to-South learning network, sharing successes and failures in real time and learning from each other. In the ongoing effort to identify high-impact RMNCAH-N interventions and critical system bottlenecks to achieving impact at scale, the comparative advantage of the GFF approach is that its investment case goes beyond specific interventions and disease-specific approaches, helping countries to build more resilient primary health care services and systems.
Bangladesh is tackling adolescent pregnancy by working to reduce the high rate of young girls dropping out of secondary education. The GFF Trust Fund is investing in gender-responsive schools there criss-crossing the sectors of hygiene, sanitation, and health education as well as in the health sector.
Sexual and reproductive health and rights, including family planning, account for more than 30 percent of the current GFF portfolio, enabling countries to increase their investments in adolescent reproductive health as well as in broader gender, education, social protection, and other rights issues.
Because of this focus, the GFF steers financing and implementation support to fragile areas—focusing on the front lines first.
For example, in the northeastern states of Nigeria, the GFF supports the reestablishment of health services with a focus on quality maternal, newborn, and child health and nutrition services, psychosocial support, and mental health.
With the support of the GFF, the Democratic Republic of Congo has developed a contrat unique and is improving governance, purchasing, and coaching and strengthening health administration directorates in the 14 provinces with the worst health and socioeconomic indicators.
Tanzania is prioritizing results-based financing RBF to improve service quantity and quality. During the first two years of implementation, RBF quality scores at the primary health care level improved for 89 percent 16 out of 18 of the indicators.Over 5 million women and children are still dying from preventable conditions in 50 countries every year, despite significant progress.
A new approach is needed. Windle International – Kenya (WIK), a member of Windle International, is a humanitarian education organization providing education to refugees and needy Kenyans.
HEART is a consortium of leading organisations in international development, health, nutrition, water and sanitation, education, and social protection. How did the US finance the expansion of public education? Public schools in the US currently educate more than 90% of all children enrolled in elementary and secondary schools.
6 This is the result of a process of education expansion that relied heavily on public funding, particularly from local governments. The visualization below shows the sources of revenues for public schools in the US.
Over 5 million women and children are still dying from preventable conditions in 50 countries every year, despite significant progress. A new approach is needed. Basic education aims to develop physical, socio-emotional, cognitive, spiritual, and moral potential for all year-old children by ensuring school readiness and universal access to quality basic education, and to promote life skills and value-based education, Secondary education aims to make.