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.
GFF CSOs Accountability Scorecard
This GFF CSOs Accountability scorecard is the first scorecard developed by Kenyan civil society organisations part of the Health NGOs Network (HENNET) with support from E4A-Mama Ye Kenya and aimed at measuring GFF progress.
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.
Mzimba District Health Budget Transparency Scorecard
This scorecard shows the results of four rounds of Health Budget Transparency Assessments in Mzimba district, northern Malawi, from April 2016 to July 2017.
2018 proposed Health Budget: a marginal increase for Health
The Federal government expenditure budget for 2018 is N8.6trillion. A total expenditure of N340.456bn is proposed for the Federal Ministry of Health (FMOH) in 2018. This is a nominal increase of 10 percent above the 2017 Budget and overall 4% of the 2018 proposed budget.
CSOs Engagement with the Global Financing Facility in Nigeria
This report presents findings from a review of civil society's engagement with the Global Financing Facility (GFF) in Nigeria, commissioned by MamaYe-Evidence for Action in October 2017.
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.
BAUCHI STATE HEALTH BUDGET SCORECARD
The Health Budget scorecard evaluates key budget performance indicators in terms of transparency and timeliness of budget releases, citizens/CSOs participation and resource allocation to the health sector.