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About The Partnership

We are a consortium of global health initiatives (GHIs) —The Global Financing Facility, The Global Fund, The Partnership for Maternal, Newborn & Child Health, Gavi, UHC 2030— who have come together with regional partners Impact Santé Afrique (ISA) and WACI Health to develop and deliver a training and support programme on UHC Budget Advocacy and Accountability in Sub-Sahara Africa. This unique partnership leverages collaboration between the different GHIs’ agendas, such as the GAP, UHC agenda and COVID-19 response, and provides a coordinated, aligned and long-term support to Civil Society engagement in these agendas.

The Global Financing Facility (GFF) is a country-led partnership, hosted at the World Bank, that fights poverty and inequity by advancing the health and rights of women, children and adolescents. It does this by supporting countries to strengthen health systems and improve access to care through prioritized plans, aligned public and private financing, and policy reform.
The Global Fund is a worldwide partnership to defeat HIV, TB and malaria and ensure a healthier, safer, more equitable future for all. We raise and invest more than US$5 billion a year to fight the deadliest infectious diseases, challenge the injustice that fuels them, and strengthen health systems and pandemic preparedness in more than 100 of the hardest hit countries.
The Partnership (PMNCH) is a global health partnership founded in 2005, hosted at the World Health Organization in Geneva which joins the maternal, newborn and child health (MNCH) communities into an alliance of more than 300 members to ensure that all women, infants and children not only remain healthy, but thrive.
Gavi’s impact draws on the strengths of its core partners, the World Health Organization, UNICEF, the World Bank and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and plays a critical role in strengthening primary health care (PHC), bringing us closer to the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) of Universal Health Coverage (UHC), ensuring that no one is left behind.
Our mission is to accelerate sustainable progress towards universal health coverage (UHC), focusing on building equitable and resilient health systems that leave no one behind and that provide the foundation to achieve health security. UHC2030 provides a platform where the private sector, civil society, international organizations, academia and governmental organizations can collaborate to accelerate equitable and sustainable progress towards UHC and to strengthen health systems at global and country levels.
Impact Santé Afrique (ISA) is an African non-governmental organization based in Yaoundé, Cameroon, and has programs throughout Africa and in countries where ISA’s work is needed for African populations. Based in Cameroon, led and coordinated by young women, ISA specializes in advocacy and strategic communication, with the main objective to contribute to the improvement of the health of populations.
WACI Health is an Africa regional advocacy organization, which influences political priorities through an effective, evidence-driven Pan-African Civil Society voice and action. We champion the end of life-threatening epidemics, and improved health outcomes for all in Africa, by influencing political priorities through evidence-driven Pan African Civil Society voice and action.


Civil society organizations (CSOs) and youth are central to the GFF’s work to promote equity and ensure the voices and needs of the women, children and adolescents are positioned at the heart of the country-led process to strengthen health systems. Twenty-nine out of 36 GFF partner countries have CSO and youth representation in their country platforms. At the global level, CSO representation is part of the GFF Investors Group helping to shape the GFF’s strategic direction and strengthen its impact. Since its inception in 2015, the GFF has provided grants and technical assistance to strengthen CSO and youth engagement in country platforms.

Find out more on the GFFs engagement with CSOs and Youth and its approach to improve health financing at;