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E4A-Mama Ye Factsheet on Tanzania’s Blood Services: 2017

To mark World Blood Donor Day on 14 June, 2017, E4A-Mama Ye produced this factsheet.

MamaYe Maternal and Newborn Health Factsheet 2017: Sierra Leone

This MamaYe factsheet highlights progress achieved in maternal and newborn health in Sierra Leone and areas that need continued efforts.

MamaYe Maternal and Newborn Health Factsheet 2017: Ghana

This MamaYe factsheet highlights progress achieved in maternal and newborn health in Ghana and areas that need continued efforts.

MamaYe Maternal and Newborn Health Factsheet 2017: Nigeria

This MamaYe factsheet highlights progress achieved in maternal and newborn health in Nigeria and areas that need continued efforts.

MamaYe Maternal and Newborn Health Factsheet 2017: Malawi

This MamaYe factsheet highlights progress achieved in maternal and newborn health in Malawi and areas that need continued efforts.

Using evidence to strengthen accountability for health financing

This article documents lessons from a nationwide health budget advocacy election campaign in Sierra Leone driven by a network of civil society organisations.

Scorecards and social accountability in the Ashanti and Volta regions

This paper presents the results of a pilot multi-stakeholder social accountability intervention that aimed to improve the provision of quality maternal and newborn care in Ghana. This is the fourth paper in the MamaYe-Evidence for Action (E4A) series on accountability.

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.

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.

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.