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President Koroma makes commitment to the reduction of maternal mortality with safe clinics

The speech made by President Ernest Koroma at the State Opening of Parliament on 11 December 2015 was focused on safe clinics and his government’s commitments to making sure that mother and babies survive childbirth.

A Thank You from Evidence for Action-MamaYe!

As we come to the end of 2015, a pivotal year for Sierra Leone and the global health agenda, I want to personally thank you for your partnership with Options Sierra Leone and the Evidence for Action MamaYe campaign programme.

MamaYe North Launched!

The MamaYe North project has been officially launched with pomp in Nkhatabay and Rumphi on 12th December, 2015.

MamaYe Celebrates Heroes and Heroines in Bonthe and Koinadugu Districts

As a sign of appreciation and thank you to district stakeholders and activists who have contributed to the Evidence for Action MamaYe campaign since 2012, we recently awarded MamaYe champions in Bonthe and Koinadugu districts with certificates of appreciation for their services to mothers and babies.

Community Health and Research Initiative: improving public participation in the budget process

The Partnership on Advocacy for Family and Child Health project in Nigeria is a social accountability project funded by the Gates Foundation. It is implemented through the strategy of partnership building of indigenous NGOs, champions and activists to catalyse government at national and state levels in Nigeria to fulfil their commitments on child and family health.