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Introducing a tool to facilitate adaptive programming.
After decades of record investments in global health in lower income countries, donors have started to look for exit strategies. These three lessons can support governments to become self-sufficient in financing their health goals.
As the COVID-19 pandemic threatens to reverse the gains some countries have made towards achieving universal health care (UHC), this blog looks at what countries like Nigeria can do to get closer to providing health care for all.
The World Health Organization estimates that 15% of pregnant women develop potentially life threatening pregnancy-related complications. Early detection is key. Find out how our mentorship programme in Kenya strengthens health care workers' skills to do that.
Following several years of heavy reliance on donor funding for family planning commodities, Kenya has seen important progress towards increased national ownership of family planning (FP) financing in Kenya. Find out more about how matched funding agreements by a number of donors and governments have increased FP investments.
Options is currently working with governments and civil society across 12 countries to ensure that sufficient public funding is available for health and that scarce public funds are channelled where they are needed most. In the context of COVID-19, our teams are advocating to protect investments in critical health services such as family planning (FP) and sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services and to ensure sufficient and timely investment for an effective COVID response. The resource below are an example of the advocacy products developed and used by our teams to achieve these goals.
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