Our analyses of the Global Financing Facility in Kenya, Malawi, Tanzania and Uganda

Wemos’ four new papers are part of a series about the Global Financing Facility (GFF) at national level and show the GFF process in Kenya, Malawi, Tanzania and Uganda.

The GFF is a relatively new funding mechanism gaining increasingly more importance in health financing in low- and lower-middle-income countries, specifically aimed at women, children, and adolescents health. Wemos’ factsheet on the GFF explains its setup and general functioning. As every beneficiary country has its own GFF Investment Case and priorities, GFF processes can differ among countries.

 

With these new papers, Wemos reacts to the demand of a broad range of stakeholders including donors, civil society, and national governments elucidating how the GFF works in specific countries.

 

Wemos has made analyses of the GFF in the following countries:
1. Kenya
2. Malawi
3. Tanzania
4. Uganda

 

In addition, we’ve also published an interactive story on our efforts to create space for civil society engagement in the GFF – have a look.

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Covid-19 vaccine

Waiver patent protections is an important step in the right direction

06-05-2021

Wemos warmly welcomes the US government’s support for the proposal to the World Trade Organization (WTO) for a temporary waiver of patent protections for Covid-19 vaccines. It is now up to the Netherlands and the European Union (EU) to follow suit. A temporary patent waiver – which would temporarily lift patent protections – will give all pharmaceutical companies the right to also produce vaccines. This could be a breakthrough for global access to these vaccines.

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Webinar & report April 19: how do the Global Fund, GFF and Gavi coordinate their efforts to strengthen health systems?

08-04-2021

During a joint interactive webinar on April 19th, Wemos and Cordaid – as part of the Dutch Global Health Alliance – will share our joint report’s main findings and recommendations on health systems strengthening coordination among the ‘3Gs’. The 3Gs are the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (Global Fund), the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunizations (Gavi) and the Global Financing Facility (GFF). They are the three largest global health initiatives that raise and allocate funds to strengthen health systems in low- and middle-income countries.

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