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The Global Financing Facility’s contribution to improving health financing and health outcomes in Ethiopia
Business Fights Poverty is partnering with the Global Financing Facility for Women, Children and Adolescents (GFF), in support of GFF’s #DeliverTheFuture campaign
Business Fights Poverty’s recent online discussion explored what companies across a broad range of sectors can do to boost health for women, children and young people in LMICs. Read on to learn three recommended focus areas for business action.
The ISMEA pilot project, supported by the World Bank and the Global Financing Facility, empowers young girls in impoverished regions of Senegal. It transforms futures through education and support on health, hygiene and entrepreneurship.
Our workshop with Reckitt and WiNFUND is an opportunity to learn from 6 entrepreneurs from across Africa, and hear the speakers’ insights on how
The health of women, children and adolescents should be a concern for all of us, including multinational business. This article explains how the Global Financing Facility for Women, Children and Adolescents is helping to catalyse investment in this critical area, including through partnerships with the private sector.
This workshop summary explores how the public sector, private sector (including both local millers and multinational companies), and development organisations can work together to scale staple food fortification. Read it to discover key recommendations based on a two-pronged plan of action for collective advocacy and investment. With TechnoServe, Accenture, and endeva.
Leading East African FemTech company, Kasha, share nine key lessons learnt from scaling their business with support from TRANSFORM. TRANSFORM is a joint initiative between Unilever, the UK’s Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO) and EY that provides grant funding and business consultancy to impact enterprises in sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia.