E4A uses a multi-layered approach to influence the uneven decision-making afflicting health systems.

We convene government, civil society and the media to build a culture of mutual accountability among health stakeholders. We form coalitions and ensure a coordinated approach among civil society to strengthen their collective voice.

We advocate for an increase in the quantity and quality of investments in health. And, we develop the capacity of local decision-makers, at all levels, to build health systems that respond to the needs of women and girls.
It is important that we mobilise political support, provide leadership in strategic partnerships that will accelerate progress in reducing maternal and child mortality […].
Mrs Lordina Dramani Mahama,
(Former) First Lady Ghana