Supported by the GFF, the government of Madagascar is prioritizing actions to increase resources to frontline health care providers by channeling more funding and deploying more qualified workers in underserved areas. Focus is also placed on increasing demand for services among vulnerable populations, improving access to financial protection, strengthening service delivery networks and enhancing the national civil registration and vital statistics. Aligned with the investment case (available in French only), the government also plans to develop a new health financing strategy for universal health care and further increase the financial autonomy of community health centers.

The GFF supports partner alignment, including on resource mapping and expenditure tracking to increase the transparency of financing, and funds the rollout of a web-based data system to strengthen primary health care management.