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E4A Mama Ye Kenya 6h
Empowerment & participation of marginalised communities is key to equitable health systems. See how we are empowering grassroots CSOs to ask for an increased health budget
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Jo Elms Sep 20
Excited to be joining discussions in the days ahead, bringing perspectives from our global work in .
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E4A - MamaYe Sep 20
. works to make coalitions stronger so that they are empowered with the knowledge/tools to contribute to progress towards . How do we do it? The 2019-2022 Programme Brief is OUT NOW – Read more
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E4A - MamaYe Sep 20
is on! is crucial to achieving better health and wellbeing for everyone. wants mothers to deliver healthy babies without falling into poverty because of hospital bills
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UHC2030 Sep 19
Only 3 days to go until the and this is day 4 of the Twitter storm. Join us! Today we focus on the need to uphold quality of care. Expansion of health coverage must be accompanied by investments in the QUALITY of health services.
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UHC2030 Civil Society Engagement Mechanism Sep 19
Day 3 is not only about ensuring a minimum package of health services, but ensuring progressive expansion of coverage & financial protection as more resources become available- Are more domestic resources becoming available for health?
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E4A Mama Ye Kenya Sep 19
We join the global movement & ask for political actions on commitments made to ensure health services reach the most marginalised. Quality health services for all will save the lives of mothers & babies at risk of maternal & newborn mortality
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Katja Iversen Sep 18
The world will not see realized without addressing and women's rights. This is everybody's business! Join today’s conversation - day 2 of the 7-day Twitter Storm - building up to the High Level meeting on universal health coverage
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UHC Coalition Sep 18
The movements for universal health coverage & gender equality will succeed or fail together, plain and simple. We're choosing to be on the right side of history. Who's with us?
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E4A - MamaYe Sep 17
Today, we join Day 1 of !☂️ Strong health systems are everybody’s business. From government to civil society to the private sector, we all have a role to play in improving access to & quality of health services, leaving no one behind🙌
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Devex Sep 17
Can't make it to ? Register for the livestream of "Funding the Future 2.0" now. w/ , , ,
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UHC2030 Civil Society Engagement Mechanism Sep 16
As we countdown to the in 1 week, are you aware there is a 7-day Twitter storm brewing? Join us, & tomorrow, Sept 17. Let's spread the message and let leaders know that they have to prioritize to achieve
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E4A - MamaYe Sep 17
The UN High-Level Meeting on on Sept 23 will be a key event during and a defining moment for global progress towards . We are only one WEEK AWAY and we are getting ready to join the movement!
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United Nations Sep 16
The 74th session of the UN General Assembly will officially open on Tuesday in NYC with of Nigeria as . Follow & get more information here:
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E4A Mama Ye Kenya Sep 16
Essential health services should be available to everyone, regardless of their income. To do this, health needs to be a higher political priority and receive more resources to make it happen.
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The GFF Sep 16
Maimuna & her kids have free services, but pay 4 drugs they need. She lives on $1/day & can’t afford drugs - they go without. & are supporting govt of to change this. (photo: Dominic Chavez)
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E4A Mama Ye Kenya Sep 13
⏱️The countdown is on for the This year marks 25 years since the 1st International Conference on Population and Development held in Cairo. In her blog outlines why this is the time for action c
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Aminata Sep 12
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MANI Quality of Care Sep 12
Are you at the ? This afternoon join as she shares lessons on how use of can help improve quality of care. The MANI Project in Bungoma provided lessons which we are now scaling up to 4 new counties in Kenya
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The GFF Sep 11
Where will be with the support of as it moves towards 2030? Ruth Kagia, Sr Advr to says: 1⃣💪🏿& quality public health care 2⃣ by 2022! 3⃣ minimal out-of-pocket expenses Read the full interview with 👇🏿
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