Following the policy brief titled “Together for stronger health systems” , Cordaid , Wemos and N’Weti warmly invite you to join our upcoming webinar. Experts in health systems strengthening will join us to address the questions: how effectively do the Global Fund, the Global Financing Facility (GFF), and Gavi, The Vaccine Alliance (the 3Gs) work together? How can they improve collaboration for better impacts?
About the webinar
The 3Gs are some of the largest global health initiatives, playing a crucial role in strengthening health systems, especially in low-income countries. As COVID-19 made clear, collaboration among these major global health players is key to protecting the world’s population against health threats like pandemics.
The relevance of collaboration among the 3Gs is not new. Various global mechanisms, such as the WHO’s Global Action Plan (GAP), have been established to enhance coordination among these initiatives and align them with national priorities. It is, however, important to examine how these collaborations work in practice.
In this context, the policy brief jointly released by Cordaid, Wemos, and N’weti examined and compared the coordination and alignment strategies of the 3Gs in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Mozambique, and Rwanda.
To delve deeper into the findings and conclusions, we are co-hosting a high-level webinar featuring a panel of experts. They will share insights and offer recommendations to enhance the coordination and alignment of the 3Gs with country-specific priorities.
Outline of panellists and moderator
Drawing on a comparative study conducted in Mozambique, Rwanda, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Dr Stellah Wairimu Bosire, independent researcher, will present valuable lessons-learnt and share recommendations to strengthen collaboration for better impacts.
Joining us for this panel is Susan Sparkes, health financing technical officer at the WHO. She will share the WHO’s cross-programmatic efficiency analysis, a tool to identify possible inefficiencies and improve health programmes and the overall health system.
Linda Muller, head of secretariat for the Future of Global Health Initiatives process, will provide input and share findings from a recent study published by the FGHI research consortium.
ModeratorLindy van Vliet will bring years of professional expertise in Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights and health system strengthening.
Don’t miss the opportunity to explore tangible strategies for advancing global health! Read more and register using the link below.
Webinar – Together for stronger health systems: how can global health initiatives improve collaboration for better impacts?