The investment case for Nigeria, supported by the GFF, prioritizes increasing domestic resource mobilization for health, improving equity, and strengthening the delivery of community nutrition services through non-state actors.

The GFF supported the government to reform policy and health financing strategies for delivering a package of services to the most vulnerable, conflict-affected communities and leading its expansion to 21 of the country’s 37 states.

Focus is also placed on innovation in primary health care service delivery, improving primary health care facilities’ ability to operate effectively and with autonomy, and tracking results and promoting accountability.

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