Dr. Monique Vledder is the Practice Manager for the Global Financing Facility (GFF). She is passionate about innovations and smarter investments to improve women's, children’s and adolescents’ health. She held various positions, her most recent assignment being the Program Manager for the GFF.
Dr. Vledder’s expertise in maternal and child health, health financing and health systems strengthening was built over twenty years of in country experience with a focus on southern Africa, East Asia and Latin America for the World Bank, the United Kingdom Department for International Development and World Vision International.
She holds an MD from the University of Amsterdam, a MPH in International Health from Harvard University and a diploma in health economics from the University of York.
The GFF is a country-driven financing partnership bringing together stakeholders in reproductive, maternal, newborn, child and adolescent health to help end preventable deaths in the highest burden countries by 2030. Previously, Dr. Vledder managed the Health Results Innovation Trust Fund, which to date has committed $436 million in grants, linked to $2.4 billion in financing from IDA, the World Bank’s fund for the poorest, for 36 results-focused programs in 30 countries.
- Investing in sexual and reproductive health paves the way for healthier families and stronger economies
- Fighting Malaria: Results-Based Financing Accelerates Progress in Africa
- Results-Based Financing: A Proven Model for Better Maternal and Child Health
- Better drug supply chains keep thousands more children alive