The GFF supports Liberia’s investment case to close equity gaps in service delivery and health outcomes for women and children by focusing available resources on counties where progress has lagged.
Under the government’s leadership, the GFF is helping to strengthen frontline health care facilities and reform health financing through resource mapping and expenditure tracking and strengthening strategic purchasing of health services. The government has piloted a strategy to reduce drug stockouts which is now being integrated across the health system.
To promote accountability, the government works with the GFF to strengthen engagement with civil society organizations and strengthen civil registration and vital statistics systems. The GFF is also supporting policy dialogue to improve women's and girls’ access to sexual and reproductive health services.