The Global Financing Facility (GFF) has made investment cases a requirement for the mechanism to engage in a country. Investment cases are also being used in non-GFF countries to guide prioritization within reproductive, maternal, neonatal, child, and adolescent health (RMNCAH) programs, especially when resources are constrained. This presentation critically examines the current approach, as proposed by the World Bank and UN partners, to develop investment cases for enhanced RMNCAH-related spending in sub-Saharan Africa and Asia and considers the pros and cons of RMNCAH investment cases in the context of more horizontal policy and financing approaches aimed at universal health coverage.
Dutta, A. 2016. "The GFF Investment Case in Priority Countries: Why, What, How and Beyond." Presentation at USAID Headquarters.
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