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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.
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.
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.
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
Infographics on blood donation in sub-Saharan Africa
Find out why is it important to give blood to a mama or baby in the region.
Driving accountability and influencing change through MDSR
This paper looks at how maternal death surveillance and response (MDSR) systems are strengthening response and accountability for better health outcomes. This is the fifth paper in the MamaYe - Evidence for Action (E4A) series on accountability.
Editorial: Accountability in maternal and neonatal health
This editorial gives an overview of a series of MamaYe - Evidence for Action (E4A) papers on accountability.
Using advocacy and data to strengthen political accountability in Africa
This paper explores how global and regional initiatives have been used to create accountability for maternal and newborn health. Examples from five countries where MamaYe - Evidence for Action (E4A) has been implemented illustrate how these initiatives have influenced responses at the national level.
Strengthening accountability: A mapping of studies in Sub-Saharan Africa
This is the first paper in the MamaYe - Evidence for Action (E4A) maternal and newborn health (MNH) accountability series and provides a structured review of types of MNH accountability mechanisms implemented and evaluated in Sub-Saharan Africa.