When scorecard can spark action – The case of Bungoma County
E4A-Mama Ye supports Bungoma County to understand the importance of the RMNCAH scorecard. Amy Jackson, Technical Officer at E4A-MamaYe, interviewed two members of the County Health Management Team on how this tool is used to inform decision making on health.
EVIDENCE-DRIVEN ADVOCACY AND ENHANCED ACCOUNTABILITY FOR FAMILY PLANNING: LESSONS FROM BUNGOMA COUNTY, KENYA
E4A-MamaYe is currently supporting grassroots civil society organizations in engaging in the annual government planning and budgeting processes.
MONEY FOR WHAT? MAKING SURE COMMUNITY NEEDS ARE VISIBLE TO THE GLOBAL FINANCING FACILITY
E4A-MamaYe is currently supporting civil society coalitions to engage in the GFF across sub-Saharan Africa.
Helping reforms of health agendas in Malawi through Budget Transparency
E4A-MamaYe recently published a practice briefing on our pioneering Health Budget Transparency Assessment (HBTA) tool in Malawi. This briefing summarises what health budget transparency is, why it’s important and how it has vitally contributed to the local government reform health agenda in three northern districts in Malawi.
Scaling-up community maternal verbal autopsies - a viable approach?
Is scaling-up community maternal verbal autopsies a viable approach to inform action to reduce maternal mortality? Dr Sarah Barnett considers this question and shares her opinion with us.
Perinatal death audits to improve newborn survival
We asked five experts in maternal, newborn and child health from around the world to share their knowledge and experiences in perinatal death surveillance and response. Here is what they told us.
Role of the multi-disciplinary team in MDSR
We asked six experts from Malaysia, Ireland, Ethiopia and India about the importance of multi-disciplinary teams in maternal death surveillance and response (MDSR) systems. Read more about the insights they shared with us.