Financing for RMNCAH in Kenya and Nigeria

Health Financing
Evidence for Action (E4A)- MamaYe has gathered available data and conducted interviews with decision makers and civil society organisations to take stock of what has happened to funding for reproductive, maternal, new-born, child and adolescent health (RMNCAH) in Nigeria and Kenya. The findings demonstrated that, across Nairobi and Bungoma in Kenya, and Bauchi, Lagos, and Niger in Nigeria; funding for RMNCAH is in a precarious position.

Below, we present two country specific case studies that provide in depth analysis of the funding landscape for RMNCAH, and examples of the work that E4A have been doing to strengthen investment to improve the quality of services for mothers and babies.