Locally driven partnerships are the key to achieving better health for women and girls.
Women and girls make their communities thrive when they have access to good quality health services. The E4A-MamaYe project has been working to improve maternal and newborn survival in sub-Saharan Africa since 2012. We have learned that building local partnerships that connect health advocates with the media, government and health professionals gives them the power to hold decision makers to account for improving women’s and children’s health.
Vouchers for health promote equity, financial protection and quality of care.
What can we learn about making progress on women’s and children’s health?
A case study of how transforming the health system is achieving greater equity