There are 200 million young people living in sub-Saharan Africa, yet older generations are still the decision-makers on issues like adolescent healthcare. E4A-MamaYe has been working to change this, giving young people a voice to ensure governments invest in their health and in their future.
The Maternal and Newborn Improvement (MANI) project started in 2015 to expand access to quality care in Bungoma County, Kenya. As the programme ends, we look at some of MANI’s key innovations, to increase the number of women delivering with a skilled birth attendant and accessing life-saving care.
As Nepal transitions towards federalism, health sector policies need to be updated and adapted to the new system. Healthcare is a right for every citizen under Nepal's constitution and NHSSP has been working to ensure this can be provided during the changing administrative situation.