Global Financing Facility Advocacy Toolkit

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Download this informative toolkit that tells you how to support the GFF, its history, what the GFF does and how it works, and examples of progress in GFF countries.

Although countries have made significant progress over the last 15 years, over 5 million women and children are still dying from preventable conditions in 50 countries every year. A new approach is needed. With the GFF’s innovative financing model, countries have the unique opportunity to transform how they prioritize, and finance, the health and nutrition of their people, especially women, children and adolescents. And they can do so in a way that is self-sustaining, that helps their economies grow, and that enables them to keep investing in their people.

HOW YOU CAN SUPPORT THE GFF: Support the work of the GFF in the following ways and join the conversation online:

Advocacy:
1) Take action by encouraging your government to support the GFF
2) Write to your Minister of International Development / Minister of Foreign Affairs / MP
3) Write an article, opinion piece or blog post
4) Join and engage in the GFF Civil Society working group, contribute to CSO scorecards
5) Reach out to the GFF Secretariat if you have questions, ideas or feedback
6) Find out more by contacting the GFF Secretariat: gffsecretariat@worldbank.org

Digital:
1) Follow @theGFF, share and retweet their content
2) Tweet about the work they do
3) Host GFF stories and content on your platforms
4) Sign up for their newsletter

Follow their channels and use GFF hashtags: @theGFF, @MariamClaeson, @Monique_Vledder, #GFF, #CatalystForHealth, #GFFinCountry

Key moments to support this year: Over the course of 2018 the GFF will be taking part in a number of events and
announcements – some of these are highlighted below. They will also be sharing news and stories frequently – via their newsletter and digital channels. In November, the GFF will be holding their replenishment conference, co-hosted by the Governments of Norway and Burkina Faso, the World Bank Group, and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.