Evidence can save the lives of mothers and babies: the story of E4A-MamaYe
Under the E4A-MamaYe programme, we support civil society groups, government and health practitioners to find evidence-based solutions that bring about a transformational improvement to the lives of women and children.
Youth engaging with the GFF: there is nothing for us, without us!
The Global Financing Facility (GFF) provides and attracts funding for reproductive, maternal, newborn, child, and adolescent health. E4A-Mama Ye works with civil society to ensure that they have the knowledge and skills to engage with the GFF, and that young people can participate fully in decision making.
How can Civil Society organisations play a role in the GFF
Are you a civil society representative? Here it is what you and your organizations can do to engage in the implementation of the Global Financing Facility and to accelerate progress towards better health for every woman and child.
Lives can be saved if women have access to #QualityMaternalCare
E4A-MamaYe builds the capacity for communities, health-workers and planners to demand and plan for quality and people-centered services around pregnancy and childbirth.
Investing in Adolescent health to create an empowered generation
Right now there are 200 million young people, aged 15-24, living in sub-Saharan Africa. At MamaYe, we believe that harnessing the Demographic Dividend, through investing in young people’s health is vital to ensuring they reach their full potential.
E4A-MamaYe: Nurse Kate on Quality of Care
Nurse Kate Waswa explains what are the processes that are being followed at the Mukuru Health Centre in Nairobi, to best ensure Quality of Care for all mothers and babies.
Why health budget advocacy is essential to CSOs
During our training event in Nairobi, the E4A team took the opportunity to speak to civil society from across Africa about their work on health budget advocacy and why it is important to them