Mauritania’s investment case (in French) has been developed concurrently with the new national health strategy to ensure stronger partner alignment around priorities. Those include the integration of adolescent health and redefining the primary health care packages to meet population needs and ensure equitable coverage.

As part of the investment case, the government, with support from the GFF, is undertaking several reforms including a health financing strategy to reach universal health care, with a focus on increased efficiency and equity of primary health care spending and alignment of strategic purchasing and public financial management. The government also works with the GFF to support a more robust engagement of civil society organizations in policy dialogue.