The GFF supports Malawi‘s investment case which focuses on strengthening district health and the financial autonomy of health facilities to deliver services to respond to the needs of women, children and adolescents in the communities they serve. It also prioritizes the recruitment and effective deployment of community health workers and nurse-midwives to expand quality services.

With GFF support, the government is investing in digital data collection tools and strengthening linkages across data systems to support decision-making. Data reforms include establishing a link between the electronic civil registration and vital statistics system and web-based health information systems to assign a unique national identification number to all babies registered at birth.