The GFF supports Central African Republic’s (CAR) investment case which aims to reduce maternal and child mortality by expanding delivery of quality health services, increasing health spending efficiency and strengthening alignment across sectors.

Strong government commitment to these priorities led to the development of strategies to enhance the capacity of community health workers and strengthen the engagement of civil society and private sector to deliver on the objectives of the investment case.

With GFF support, the government has also embarked on a series of reforms to strengthen health financing coordination and established systems for tracking resources and monitoring results. Alignment efforts have resulted in more partners coordinating their support around priorities to strengthen the national supply chain.