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How is advocacy making the government respond to MNH issues?

More people are taking action to demand maternal and newborn health rights from the government. We have seen success in certain states in Nigeria where the government is allocating more than 15% of their total budget to health. We take a look at how to work more to replicate the success in one state in another.

Using data to accelerate implementation of the SDGs

Today at the Commission on the Status of Women (UN CSW), an expert panel will discuss 'the availability and use of data and gender statistics.

Meet Claudia Temple - MamaYe Super Activist, Sierra Leone

International Women's Day (March 8) is a global day celebrating the social, ec

Fearless and courageous for the women of Nigeria

“For me #BeBoldForChange means being fearless and courageous in the work I do – to tell it as it is!

MamaYe Super Activist - Bold for Change on International Women's Day

E4A-MamaYe is delighted to work with women who are doing a remarkably bold job in advocating for the well-being of pregnant mothers.

How can we make health clinics safe for pregnant women?

Having a health system that works to reduce needless and avoidable deaths of pregnant women and newborns can work when we all take actions, just like this group in Bauchi State is doing, giving hope to families and communities.

Mama Ye! celebrates radio journalists

This week the World Radio Day (February 13t) was celebrated globally in numerous ways. At Mama Ye! we add our voice to applaud a commendable job of the journalists we have worked with in Tanzania.

World Radio Day - the truth, the power, the influence

Read the story behind how MamaYe Nigeria combined radio with other advocacy efforts to secure the commitment of Bauchi State government to allocate 15% of the State's total budget to health, making the State currently the only one with such budgetary allocation to health.

Using scorecards to catalyse action

Dr Tunde Segun, E4A-MamaYe’s Country Director in Nigeria joined colleagues from our Evidence4Action (E4A) Ethiopia programme in Addis this week at the Second Annual Conference

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