Centre For Public Health, Nigeria
The Centre For Public Health commits $3 million through September 2018 towards eliminating the financial and geographical barrier toward accessing quality healthcare, through a community based social Health Insurance program.
CHASE Africa will provide access to voluntary free family planning services to marginalized poor communities in Kenya and Uganda and as a result 25,000 additional women will have access to contraception each year until December 2020
Club des Amis du Monde (CAM)
Le Club des Amis du Monde commits to contributing to the improvement of health outcomes of women, children and adolescents in Guinea by undertaking community based programmes deploying 120 community health workers through 2017.
The Collectif des Femmes pour l’Education la Santé Familiale et l’Assainissement (Women’s Collective for Women for Education, Family Health and Sanitation, COFESFA YIRIWATON) will contribute to increasing early childhood development, the enrollment of children in primary school, and women’s empowerment in Mali.
Concern Worldwide committed EUR €140 million over the next 5 years to health programs as part of the 2014 Every Newborn Action Plan. Maternal, newborn, and child health (MNCH) activities will take place in 10 of the poorest countries in the world with high maternal and neonatal mortality.