If women and girls have access to good quality health services, thousands of lives could be saved every day.

By ensuring data is collected and reaches decision-makers and advocates in the right format at the right time, we can advocate for governments to invest in better services for reproductive, maternal, newborn, child and adolescent health.
Our E4A-MamaYe experts are working in collaboration with MNH advocates from civil society groups, government and health practitioners to establish the African led MNH advocacy movement- MamaYe Collective. Since 2012, we have worked with many advocates supporting them to become effective advocates, this is now their moment to lead advocacy on local priority issues.