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JLA programme of CSO advocacy for health financing - P4H Network

JLA programme of CSO advocacy for health financing

Advancing CSO Advocacy for Health Financing Consolidating Progress and Shaping the Future of JLA on Health Financing and UHC led by WACI Health, Impact Santé Afrique (ISA) and others is to be held on 26-27 March.

Civil society organizations (CSOs) across Africa are coming together to address health funding challenges at a workshop on March 26-27 in Nairobi, Kenya. The African Union’s renewed focus on domestic health investments is a key driver, aiming to achieve Universal Health Coverage (UHC) for all.

Despite progress in health outcomes, Africa struggles with a lack of domestic resources for healthcare. This hinders efforts to fight diseases and limits access to care. The workshop, organized by WACI Health and Impact Santé Afrique (ISA), with support from Gavi, GFF, Global Fund, The Partnership for Maternal, Newborn & Child Health and UHC 2030 to bring together Joint Learning Agenda (JLA) participants, aims to:

  • Share successful advocacy campaigns and resource mobilization approaches.
  • Develop future strategies aligned with individual countries’ needs.
  • Understand stakeholders’ perspectives on the JLA’s role in a changing global health environment.
  • Secure commitments to ensure the effectiveness and sustainability of the JLA’s next phase.

The workshop aims at gathering actionable inputs from diverse stakeholders to effectively plan and launch the next phase of support in advancing CSO advocacy for health financing and contributing to increased domestic resource mobilization (DRM) for UHC.