GFF is a global community working to improve the health and well-being of women, children, and adolescents. It works with civil society, financiers, private sector, the UN agencies and others. It supports countries to get on a trajectory to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by strengthening dialogue among key stakeholders under the leadership of governments and supporting the identification of a clear set of priority results. The GFF is seizing the opportunity to change the course of financing for the SDGs to improve the lives of millions of women, children, and adolescents across the world. The organization has created a sustainable model with countries in the driver’s seat that brings together multiple sources of financing in a synergistic way to support national priorities. A key element of this model is drawing on the other sectors that influence health and nutrition outcomes, such as social protection, water and sanitation, and education. Moreover, GFF works to strengthen systems to track progress, learn, and course-correct.
The Knowledge Resource Center provides essential actionable knowledge to support partners working at global and country level. It displays a combination of resources from guidelines to case studies, from videos to scientific papers.
Adolescent health, Child health, Sustainable development Goals, Women’s health