The Governments of Norway and Burkina Faso, the World Bank, and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation hosted two events - Beating the Drum: Domestic Resource Use and Mobilization for Accelerating Progress Towards SDG3+, and the Global Financing Facility Replenishment on 5-6 November 2018.

Lancet Comment by the GFF Replenishment co-hosts

Financing the SDGs: mobilising and using domestic resources for health and human capital by Roch Marc Christian Kaboré, Erna Solberg, Melinda Gates and Jim Yong Kim. The article is available free of charge.

Background paper

This paper was prepared to inform discussion at the conference “Beating the DRUM - Domestic Resource Use and Mobilization for accelerating progress towards SDG3,” on 5 November 2018, in Oslo. 

Civil society communique on the GFF

Civil society is recognized by the GFF as a critical stakeholder in planning, implementation, resource mobilization, monitoring and accountability.

Program: Beating the Drum

Domestic Resource Use and Mobilization for Accelerating Progress Towards SDG3+ conference featured roundtable discussions focusing on increasing public-sector revenue for health, as well as on enhancing efficiency and equity.

Program: GFF Replenishment Event

On 6. November 2018, Norway and Burkina Faso co-hosted the Global Financial Facility’s replenishment event in Oslo, Norway, alongside the World Bank, and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

Media

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Revisit the conference

See recordings from both days below. 

Revisit the conference: Beating the Drum - Recording

Recording: The GFF Replenishment November 6 in Oslo

Informasjon på norsk

Over én milliard dollar ble mobilisert under påfyllingskonferansen for Den globale finansieringsfasiliteten (GFF) i Oslo 6. november 2018. Vi forklarer hvordan mekanismen GFF fungerer. 

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