Civil Society Regional Campaign - "The GFF We Want"
When the GFF was launched at the Financing for Development Conference in Addis Ababa in July 2015, it promised to make progress towards universal health coverage by putting women, children and adolescents first. Its overall goal is to contribute to ending preventable maternal, newborn, child and adolescent deaths by 2030 and improving the health and quality of life of women, adolescents and children in 50 priority countries. In order to deliver on that promise and reach the level of ambition set for the GFF replenishment, a concerted and amplified advocacy effort from civil society across countries at all stages of the GFF lifecycle is needed to move closer to securing commitments to the replenishment and maintaining interest and engagement in funding country investment cases. In November 2018, the GFF Secretariat will hold the replenishment conference, co-hosted by the Governments of Norway and Burkina Faso, the World Bank Group, and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, which will support the scaling up of the GFF in more countries.
It's now time to hear from YOU! The GFF We Want Campaign aims to elevate the voice of GFF stakeholders and lessons learned by GFF implementing countries by leveraging the opportunity of the GFF replenishment to ensure that progress is made, and our voices are heard! We are seeking your input and invite all stakeholder to partner together in creating this “GFF We Want Campaign”. Your responses and input will be compiled and shared out through communication materials and a social media campaign ahead and during the Oslo meeting. Moreover, we will host a webinar post Oslo to share out next steps and dissemination of long-term plans.
Promote this Campaign by sharing the link to the online GFF We Want Campaign Questionnaire using the hashtags: #GFFWeWant; #GFFCampaign; #GFFVoices; #GFFImpact
Your participation is voluntary. By filling out this questionnaire, you consent to us using your response in the materials developed for this campaign.