Zimbabwe’s investment case focuses on the broader health sector, including women, children, and adolescent health and nutrition. It prioritizes reforms in strategic purchasing of health services in 18 districts, expansion of the urban voucher program for the poor, enhancing quality of services in hospitals, and strengthening governance and health financing.
The GFF is supporting a country platform which will oversee donor coordination and alignment. It also supports a feasibility assessment for using block chain technology in commodity tracking and results verification, and studying the use of machine learning for early warning of service disruption. A commodity tracking system has been successfully set up to track commodities procured and an early warning system to detect service disruptions has been developed.