Partnership

Focal points for CSOs
at the GFF Secretariat:

Stephanie Saulsbury
ssaulsbury@worldbank.org

Katri Bertram
bertram@worldbank.org


LINKS

Civil Society GFF Resource & Engagement Hub
Small Grants Mechanism/ Mécanisme de micro-financement
Small Grants to Support Civil Society Advocacy and Accountability Announced | Annonce des récipiendaires de micro-financements pour projets de plaidoyer de la société civile

RELATED DOCUMENTS | DOCUMENTS CONNEXES

GFF Engagement with CSOs EN | FR | PDF | 0.1MB | 
CS Engagement Strategy EN | FR | PDF | 0.9MB
Implementation Plan for the GFF CS Engagement Strategy EN | PDF | 1.0MB
Adolescent and Youth Addendum to the GFF CS Engagement Strategy EN | FR | PDF | 0.2MB
Summary Report: GFF Civil Society Workshop in Oslo, Norway EN | FR | PDF | 0.4MB

TOOLS

Guidance Note: Inclusive Multi-stakeholder Country Platforms in Support of Every Women Every Child EN | FR | PDF | 1.05 MB
Webinar for CSOs and Partners: GFF - the country-led catalyst for health and nutrition EN | FR | PDF | 3.3MB
 

Civil society

Civil society organizations (CSOs) play an important role in advocacy, social mobilization and campaigning, as well as accountability and service delivery. Advocacy and social mobilization by affected populations is critical to ensuring accountability and strong national responses, in addition to unique insights into needs of affected populations and approaches to service delivery. Civil society is represented on the GFF Investors Group by Pathfinder International, Réseau Africain pour le Développement Durable (RA2D), PAI and PATH. CSO representatives are selected for two years in a process managed by PMNCH, which coordinates a GFF CSO group of approximately 150 members.

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