As a GFF-supported frontrunner country, Tanzania is showcasing innovative ways to scale up a results-focused approach across the health system and increase momentum for better RMNCAH-N outcomes. Learn more about Tanzania’s experience in implementing the GFF process and the progress that is happening as a result.Learn More
Although Liberia achieved the Millennium Development Goal for child mortality, the rate is still distressingly high at 94 per 1,000 live births, as is infant mortality (54 per 1,000 live births). Liberia’s maternal mortality ratio is among the highest in the world at 1,072 maternal deaths per 100,000 live births. Many of Liberia’s maternal and newborn deaths are caused by preventable and treatable conditions, which are not addressed because of critical shortages of skilled health workers, broken infrastructure, shortages of key equipment, and frequent stock-outs of essential drugs and medical supplies. Learn more about Liberia’s experience in implementing the GFF process and the progress that is happening as a result.Learn More
The GFF’s learning agenda aims to help countries drive GFF results and maximize outcomes: to strengthen learning systems that track progress; draw lessons and enable course corrections; and promote joint learning mechanisms focused on continuous and collaborative learning. GFF joint learning opportunities are typically designed to address the evolving needs and priorities, as identified by countries.
The most recent GFF Country Learning Workshop was held in April 2017 in Washington, D.C., and brought together 150 participants from GFF-supported countries to elaborate on the GFF’s vision, discuss experiences, identify challenges and share lessons learned.