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Rachel Cullen

Rachel Cullen

Rachel Cullen leads implementation of MamaYe on behalf of Options.

Rachel is a population and health specialist, who is passionate about improving the quality of health services and strengthening how data is collected, analysed and communicated for service improvement. She has worked extensively supporting government and NGO-led programmes across Africa, South Asia and the South Pacific as well as in the UK as a service commissioner, manager and trustee of health service provider organisations. 

Using Evidence to drive accountability for Family Planning

For countries’ FP2020 commitments to result in improved family planning uptake, commitments need to translate into increased budgetary allocations and actual expenditure on family planning.

A smart investment for all women

Too many women across the world still struggle to access quality maternal health care.  Universal Health Coverage means that everyone – including the poorest and most marginalised – can access the health care they need without financial hardship.  

AHBN rep appointed as co-convener to PMNCH accountability steering group

It is with particular delight, that we congratulate Aminu Magashi Garba of the Africa Health Budget Network who has been appointed as co-convenor of the Partnership for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health steering group on driving accountability.

Evidence Identity Design Engagement: how MamaYe uses design to catalyse change

Announcing the publication of the latest addition to the MamaYe library, Evidence Identity Design Engagement. Setting out a selection of creative assets, including infographics, posters and scorecards, the book describes how evidence-based design can catalyse change.

MamaYe launches a Stillbirths Resource Hub

2.6 million babies are stillborn each year. The majority of these deaths are easily preventable. We want to see action to reduce the number of stillbirths so we’ve created a Stillbirth Resource Hub.