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E4A-MamaYe Programme Update 2019-2022

Since 2012 E4A-Mama Ye has worked to improve maternal and newborn survival in sub-Saharan Africa. The programme received funding for a further three years from July 2019. In this brief you will find information on how we work and what has changed in the new programme in order to achieve our goals sustainably.

State-let Accountability Mechanisms (SLAMs): trust and multi-sectoral Action

Since 2013, E4A-MamaYe has supported selected states in Nigeria to establish State Led Accountability Mechanisms (SLAMs). These mechanisms are multi-stakeholder coalitions comprised of government, health professional associations, media, civil society and traditional institutions.


The Lagos State Ministry of Health Commenced the MPDSR programme in 2016. From then on, the need to document activities, achievements and lessons learned led to the production of this report.


At the 19th General Membership Meeting of the Reproductive Health Supplies Coalition convened in Kathmandu, E4A Mama Ye took part in the session “Optimizing the Global Financing Facility (GFF) and Universal Health Coverage (UHC) processes to align Reproductive Health supply financing needs at the country level: Global Analysis and East Africa (Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania) Case Study”.


CSOs play strategic role in the implementation of the RMNCAH+N investment case. E4A-MamaYe took the lead in bringing together key CSOs' members to identify roles and actions needed in domesticating the RMNCAH+N investment case in Nigeria.

Synthèse du Dossier d’Investissement du Sénégal

La synthèse du Dossier d’Investissement du Sénégal a été élaborée en 2018 grâce au soutien technique et financier du projet Evidence for Action (E4A) MamaYe, en collaboration avec la Coalition des Organisations de la Société Civile sur le GFF.

Guide pour l’engagement des OSC dans le processus du Mécanisme de financement mondial

Les organisations de la société civile (OSC) jouent un rôle primordial dans le Mécanisme de financement mondial. Elles ont le pouvoir de relayer et d’amplifier les voix des citoyens qu’elles représentent afin d’influencer la hiérarchisation des priorités au niveau gouvernemental, de surveiller l’avancement des engagements de leurs gouvernements respectifs et, enfin, de tenir ces mêmes gouvernements responsables pour la mobilisation des ressources nationales et l’amélioration des résultats liés à la santé et la nutrition maternelle, néonatale, infantile et adolescente (RMNCAH-N).

CSOs GFF Engagement Toolkit

Civil society organisations have a crucial role to play in the Global Financing Facility: amplifying the voice of their constituencies to influence priority setting; monitoring country commitments; and holding government to account for mobilising domestic resources and improving RMNCAH-N outcomes.

Tanzania Investment Case Brief Summary

Tanzania investment case summary brief was developed in close collaboration with the GFF CSOs secretariat, Health Promotion Tanzania (HDT), through a consultative process.

Kenya Investment Case Brief Summary

The Kenya investment case summary brief was developed in 2017 through the technical and financial support from the Evidence for Action (E4A) MamaYe project, in collaboration with the civil society organisations (CSOs), under the umbrella coalition organisation - HENNET.