With GFF support, partner countries take the lead in setting their own goals and priorities for women’s, children’s and adolescent health. They also convene development partners through the country platform to align support and financing around priorities for better, more sustainable health outcomes.
Partner countries are also a key constituency of the GFF’s governance structure. Government representatives – often Ministers of Health – are part of the GFF Investors Group, sharing knowledge and best practices to help shape the GFF’s strategic direction and strengthen its impact.
“The government of Tajikistan is committed to accelerating health system reforms to create a foundation for Tajikistan’s future economic growth and prosperity. Through our collaboration with the GFF, we are prioritizing investments to build more resilient health systems which can withstand multiple shocks and serve the needs of all women, children and adolescents”. - Yusuf Majidi, Deputy Minister of Finance, Tajikistan and GFF Coordinator in Tajikistan