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Transitioning away from aid: the pressure for global dialogue is on
Friday, 17 Jan 2020
As developing countries transition away from aid, coordinated action is critical to ensure it does not hinder progress made or undermine the vision of Universal Healthcare Coverage. Our new paper provides a framework for discussions on transition of donors to...
Enhancing social accountability: collaboration, trust, responsibility
Tuesday, 17 Dec 2019
Amid growing calls for more open collaboration between civil society, governments and public service providers, we look at what it takes to achieve social accountability (written by Marleen Vellekoop, Evidence for Action (E4A) Mama-Ye, Allison Annette Foster...
Sexual and reproductive health for all: what does it take?
Tuesday, 12 Nov 2019
As the international community is gathering at the Nairobi Summit on ICPD25 to mobilise the political will and financial commitments to fully implement the conference’s Programme of Action, this multiblog looks at what it takes to make sexual and reproductive...
25 years on: Zambia's road to delivering the ICPD Programme of...
Tuesday, 12 Nov 2019
This policy brief takes stock of Zambia’s progress in achieving its sexual and reproductive health rights commitments 25 years after it adopted the ICPD's Programme of Action, and identifies what more needs to be done to fulfill the unmet needs of women...
Ending FGM: paying tribute to a powerful female leader
Friday, 11 Oct 2019
On this year’s International Day of the Girl, I want to pay tribute to a very special woman who is dedicated to helping the next generation of girls to have better lives and more opportunities.
Healthcare for all: history in the making, but will it be delivered?
Friday, 4 Oct 2019
The UN General Assembly was historic because it heralded the first ever UN Political Declaration on Universal Health Coverage. But can it really deliver for those living at the last mile? Find out in this blog by Jo Elms.
Assessing health systems’ capacity to deliver quality services
Thursday, 5 Sep 2019
Building stronger health systems has been one of the biggest strengths for Options’ work globally. Our work in Bungoma, Kenya provided us with many useful lessons and best practices, which has built a strong foundation on our MANI-Quality of Care project,...
ICPD25: the time for action
Friday, 26 Jul 2019
The countdown is on for The Nairobi Summit on the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD). This year marks 25 years since the first summit in 1994, held in Cairo.
Working in Partnership
Tuesday, 23 Jul 2019
As we seek to ensure our programmes deliver global impact, partnerships remain an integral part of our work.
Power, Progress, Change: Our key takeaways from Women Deliver 2019
Friday, 21 Jun 2019
Options was thrilled to participate in the Women Deliver Conference in Vancouver, Canada this year. For one week, 8,000+ global delegates gathered for an engaging week of discussion, debate, commitments and pledges to do more to advance the health and rights...
New DFID contract award
Thursday, 6 Jun 2019
We are delighted to share that we have been awarded Prime contracts through DFID’s new International Multi-Disciplinary Programme (IMDP) Framework.
Shifting the conversation on Sexual & Reproductive Health &...
Wednesday, 29 May 2019
The sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) of women and girls is often a key topic for discussion on the global health agenda. However, this isn’t just an issue for low income countries with poor health systems, but a challenge across the world.
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