E4A-MamaYe Programme Update 2019-2022
In July 2019, we started a new phase of the programme with a focus on sustaining the approaches we have developed.
• ensuring civil society are equipped and able to access, analyse and use data to advocate independently;
• those coalitions are embedded, empowered and self-supporting;
• and finally making our approaches, tools and resources publicly available for use across sub-Saharan Africa and beyond as Global Public Goods.
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