Join Now! Coalitions host 2nd advocacy learning event

Yet again in 2021, Coalitions from Nigeria and Kenya are hosting an advocacy learning event. In both countries, the coalitions have successfully advocated to improve health outcome of women, girls and babies. Through this experience, they now have best practices to share on advocacy approaches which have proved effective and lessons from their engagement with decision makers in the different context that can be used by other civil society organisations across the world.

This is the second advocacy learning event held this year. The panel will unpack topical discussions touching on health financing for RMNCAH during the COVID-19 pandemic, working alongside governments as part of Maternal and Perinatal Deaths Surveillance and Response committee members, use of different advocacy approaches and techniques like the Political Economy Analysis and their experiences in building advocacy coalitions. 

Date and Time

The event will be held on Wednesday, 15th Dec 2021 at 1 PM West Africa Time/ 3 PM East Africa Time


How to Register

Registration for the event is now open and can be completed by putting in your details on this link.


Another treat!

During this event, the Evidence for Action-MamaYe team will be launching their new Global Public Good the 'Guide to Coalition Building' this will be a great opportunity to hear more about this tool that has been developed from the team's experience working with civil society organisations and their coalitions since 2012.

How can you reach us?

If you have any questions ahead of this event or would like to discuss collaborations, please write to the E4A-MamaYe Communications Manager, Meshack Acholla on email: 


Ahead of this event, please see below links to case studies and global public goods produced. 



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