As a global network of civil society organizations engaging in the GFF across 27 countries, and at the regional and global levels, we come together to support the GFF as an innovative financing and partnership model for contributing to realizing all women’s, children’s, and adolescents’ right to good quality healthcare and nutrition. Civil society has been recognized by the GFF as a critical stakeholder in planning, implementation, resource mobilization, monitoring and accountability. The engagement of civil society in the GFF at global and country levels to-date has generated important results, including enhanced Investment Cases, improved multi-stakeholder coordination, and enhanced accountability. It has also yielded key lessons that we can utilize to continue strengthening GFF processes and results.
The Communique was presented on the margin of the GFF Replenishment Event in Oslo, Norway in November 2018 by the Global Civil Society Coordinating Group for the GFF. It is a global network of civil society organizations engaging in the GFF across 27 countries, and at the regional and global levels,