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Find out how Options is supporting countries and communities to respond to COVID-19, to protect essential health services for women and girls, and to promote an inclusive pandemic response.
Publications 2021
Options is supporting countries and communities to respond to COVID-19, to protect essential health services for women and girls, and to promote an inclusive pandemic response.
News 2021
Gender equality is a universal human right. It is foundational to our vision of a world where everyone can access high-quality health services, no matter where they live and without financial burden.
News 2021
Climate change is one of the greatest challenges of our time. We lead work on sustainable use of renewable energy in health, shock resilient & climate sensitive infrastructure, & reducing the health system’s direct carbon footprint to build a greener future.
News 2021
Options views climate change as the greatest global challenge of our time. We lead emerging work on the sustainable use of renewable energy in health, shock resilient and climate sensitive infrastructure, and reducing the health system’s own direct carbon footprint to build a greener future.
Publications 2021
During COVID-19, we have placed women and girls at the centre of our programmatic responses, with a focus on continuity of essential RMNCAH services.
Publications 2021
Lessons from six low- and middle-income countries
Publications 2021
Advocacy for health sector changes in low- and middle- income countries (LMICs) should be locally driven. Find out how our Evidence for Action (E4A)-MamaYe team has been working to increase local advocates' power over policy decisions in the sector.
News 2021
E4A-MamaYe supports coalitions and CSOs to access and use tools such as political economy analysis to drive their advocacy agendas. Find out how this approach has worked in Kenya and Nigeria.
News 2021
The UK-aid funded Lafiya programme has been working in Kano and Lagos States, Nigeria to strengthen media engagement to include COVID19 messaging that is appropriate and accessible for vulnerable groups especially women, children and persons with disabilities.
News 2021

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