The GFF facilitated a Country Implementation Workshop which took place from 16-21 September in Dar El Salaam, Tanzania. The workshop brought together country teams from seven implementing GFF-supported countries: Cameroon, Ethiopia, Kenya, Liberia, Nigeria, Tanzania and Uganda. Over 130 participants attended the workshop from within and outside the government as well as a range of partners and stakeholders. The workshop agenda and objectives covered implementation progress to date and particularly focused on strengthening results monitoring, including implementation research, as well as identifying the current (and potential) added value of the GFF at the country level, and identifying areas for improvement. Additionally participants provided input on the GFF implementation guidelines and agreed on next steps to further progress on implementation and monitoring of the theory of change for the GFF in their context, including strengthening the country platform.



Agenda | PDF | 0.8MB

Opening | PDF | 2.6MB

Implementation Guidelines | PDF | 0.4MB

The Role of the Investment Case in Domestic Resource Mobilization | PDF | 4.7MB


Monitoring Resource and Results for Improved Health and Nutrition Outcomes | PDF | 3.1MB

Implementation of the Investment Case (IC) from the Funding Perspective | PDF | 2.2B

The Opportunity of Delivery Science/Implementation Research (DeSIRe) to Improve GFF Results | PDF | 2.4MB


Opportunities for Private Sector to Help Operationalize the GFF Value Proposition in Country | PDF | 1.7MB

Investment Case Results Framework (RMNCAH-N outcomes and impact) | PDF | 2.6MB


Monitoring the Health Financing Agenda | PDF | 1.0MB

Resource Mapping and Expenditure Tracking | PDF | 1.7MB

The Role of DeSIRe in the Theory of Change | PDF | 1.5MB