The annual report provides a comprehensive overview of the GFF portfolio and contribution of the GFF partnership to country-led outcomes. It highlights key data on the state of progress on women, children and adolescent health and offers concrete examples of how countries are building more resilient and equitable health systems.

2022-2023: Delivering on the GFF Promise: Protecting and Promoting the Health and Well-Being of Women, Children and Adolescents

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This annual report marks the midpoint of the GFF’s current five-year strategy—and presents a story of both progress and promise. While it is clear that persistent and chronic underinvestment in health in many of the world’s poorest countries and the ripple effects of the COVID-19 pandemic have resulted in some of the greatest inequities across the world, this report shows that when countries invest in and reform their health systems with a focus on reaching the most vulnerable populations, remarkable progress is possible.

Past Years

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2021-2022: Advancing Health for Women, Children, and Adolescents Amid Overlapping Crises

This annual report provides a deeper look into the state of progress in health for women, children and adolescent in GFF partner countries and unpacks the impact of COVID-19 and other crises on countries and communities. It also looks at specific examples of how the GFF partnership has helped countries build more resilient and equitable primary health care systems to deliver better health and nutrition outcomes.

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2020-2021: Putting Women, Children and Adolescents at the Center of an Inclusive, Resilient Response And Recovery

This annual report seeks to understand the impact of COVID-19 on countries and communities. The report also details the rollout of the GFF strategy for 2021–25 and provides concrete examples of how GFF is addressing persistent inequalities — further exacerbated by COVID-19 impacts — to strengthen health systems and support global health security.

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2019-2020: Delivering on the Global Promise of Better Health and Nutrition

The results highlighted in this annual report reflect a period prior to the pandemic and underscore the urgent need to protect the gains and double down on efforts to accelerate progress for women, children and adolescents.

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GFF Annual Report 2018-2019
2018-2019: Big Year, Bigger Challenges

Since its establishment in 2015, the GFF expanded its support ninefold - from 4 to 36 countries. While results varied widely from country to country, the GFF’s country-led and partnership-driven approach was reaping dividends for the health of millions of poor and vulnerable women, children, and adolescents in several ways.

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GFF annual report 2017-2018
2017-2018: Reaching Those Left Furthest Behind First

The 2017-2018 annual report shared results, learning and updates from four countries. For the first time, the report included country profiles presenting aggregated performance data on GFF core indicators from the first 16 countries.

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GFF annual report 2016-2017
2016-2017: Country-powered Investments For Every Woman, Every Child and Every Adolescent

In celebration of GFF’s first year, the 2016-2017 annual report showcased examples from across the portfolio on how the GFF is adding value to the efforts of countries to improve women, children, and adolescent health.

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