The Global Financing Facility (GFF)—housed at the World Bank—presents an opportunity for low- and middle-income countries to leverage additional funding for family planning, though its grant mechanisms can be complex and the role of family planning programs within them not always clear. To address this, HP+ examined World Bank documents to examine how family planning has been included in GFF-funded programs and what family planning interventions are most often financed. The report—which builds on previous efforts to support family planning stakeholders to leverage the GFF process—provides recommendations for family planning stakeholders, including civil society, on targeted advocacy efforts for the inclusion of family planning investments that can be funded through the GFF, particularly through a health system strengthening lens.
Zlatunich, N., E. Lang, A. Sinha, and S. Mujaya. 2020. Opportunities for Financing Family Planning through the Global Financing Facility. Washington, DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus. USAID DEC: PA-00X-51V
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