PMNCH at the 74th UN General Assembly: putting women, children and adolescents at the heart of universal health coverage
Women, children and adolescents account for more than two-thirds of the world’s population, and nearly 80% in some regions. Universal health coverage (UHC) therefore cannot be achieved without realizing women’s, children’s and adolescents’ health. In turn, women’s, children’s and adolescents’ health cannot be achieved without realizing UHC. This message must be loud and clear in the run-up to the High-Level Meeting on 23 September. PMNCH and partner events throughout the week will address what women, children and adolescents in UHC require and the best ways to meet these specific needs.
Awards totaling nearly $600,000 to improve women’s, children’s, and adolescents’ health made to civil society coalitions in nine countries
PMNCH, Management Sciences for Health and the Global Financing Facility are pleased to announce the recipients of the first round of funding from the Small Grants Mechanism to support civil society engagement, alignment, and coordinated action for improved women’s, children’s, and adolescents’ health, particularly in relation to the GFF. Follow the link below for an overview of the recipients and projects.
8th August -12th September 2019 ¦ Online
A new webinar series from PMNCH in collaboration with key partners and youth-led organizations will share learnings and best practices around critical areas identified by the Adolescent and Youth Constituency. Join the webinars and hear how youth advocates from five countries are driving change; discover how young people can use the Global Financing Facility as an entry point to country-level engagement and find out who is tracking accountability on meaningful youth engagement.
12 August 2019 | Online
A new coalition of the world’s leading health and rights organizations including PMNCH, Fondation Botnar, Women Deliver and PATH, worked with Devex to conduct a global youth survey that sheds light on what young people really think about technology in global health.
10 September 2019
Workshop: Strengthening evidence use for action and accountability in women’s, children’s and adolescent’s health
Researchers, policy makers, parliamentarians and civil society representatives from 11 countries came together in Nairobi to discuss inequities in women’s, children’s and adolescent’s health interventions and how these can be reduced. The workshop presented findings of inequity studies conducted by country institutions, in Sub-Saharan African countries and unearthed persistent issues that prevent existing evidence for advocacy and policy development to those who need them most.
12 September 2019
Implementing the Every Newborn Action Plan: Take the survey
On the road to 2030, clear goals, targets and national and global milestones to 2020 were set out in the Every Newborn Action Plan in 2014. We cannot meet these 2030 global goals without the acceleration of the implementation of ENAP. A new survey from the ENAP Management Team aims to gather feedback and suggestions from the broadest community on how to accelerate and advance the implementation of the Every Newborn Action Plan.