Women’s Integrated Sexual Health Programme
Driving sustainability and national ownership of sexual reproductive health programmes through supportive legal, financial and policy frameworks
Improved the ability of citizens and civil society to increase the accountability and responsiveness of the health system
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#JazaShelves Campaign in Bungoma, 2018
E4A-MamaYe has been working across sub-Saharan Africa since 2012. We contribute to saving the lives of mothers and babies through a strategic combination of evidence, action and accountability.
Active in:
Kenya, Nigeria
Strengthening the stewardship and coordination role of federal and state governments for an effective, multi-sectoral and evidence-based HIV and AIDS response
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Improving health outcomes for the poorest and most vulnerable in Nigeria by increasing resources for health, improving public and private basic health services and increasing use of contraception.
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Conducting PEER studies to inform the design of family planning and reproductive health services
The Girl Generation
Providing a global platform for galvanising, catalysing and amplifying the Africa-led movement to end FGM
Evaluating projects to promote safe motherhood and improve maternal and newborn health to generate recommendations and learn lessons for future project design
Improving access and delivery of maternal, newborn and child health services by designing and testing innovations
Using quality data to inform decision makers and health service providers to catalyse change and improve quality of care
Maternal, Newborn and Child Health programme
Reducing maternal, newborn and child deaths by increasing access to quality services
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Our experts

  • Lamine Thiam
    Mr. Lamine Thiam has more than 25 years’ experience in designing, implementing, and managing large complex country public health and development programmes, working with UN organisations and INGOs in Sub-Sahara Africa. He has nine years’ experience as West and Central Africa Regional Public Health and Nutrition Adviser. He has graduate degrees in Public Heath and International Management of Public Services Organisations and a diploma on Managing Public Health Programmes in Developing Countries. He is fluent in French and English. His skills include technical assistance in health systems strengthening, MNCH, HIV/AIDS, nutrition, and malaria control programming and advocacy.
  • Dr. Vincent Ahonsi
    Vincent Ahonsi is the Country Lead for E4A-MamaYe in Nigeria and a Clinician that is passionate about maternal and child health, health systems strengthening as well as improved, accessible health service delivery, especially in Africa. With a career spanning over 25 years in countries like Zambia, Nigeria and the UK, Vincent has been involved in the design, implementation and evaluation of multi-country public health interventions in HIV/AIDS, TB, Malaria, RMNCAH, health informatics, health systems strengthening, logistics and supply chain management as well as in nutrition programme areas. Vincent has also led USAID and UKAid-funded projects.


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