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The Africa Health Budget Network has successfully secured NGOsource’s Equivalency Determination process in 2021, 2022, and 2023, certifying that our organization is equivalent to a U.S. public charity. We look forward to more partnership opportunities from American-based foundations and other funding organizations to continue supporting Africa to be more resilient in health security, improving health systems, transparency, and accountability.
Highlights of the AHBN convened Regional Summit on Health Security
AHBN conducted a Three (3) day Regional CSOs and Media Advocacy Summit on 15th -17th August 2023 at the AHBN headquarters in Abuja on Health Security Accountability to strengthen the capacity of CSO leaders, media, and practitioners to engage in advocacy with the aim of promoting accountability and transparency of Health Security in Africa.
The summit targeted 8 African Countries (Senegal, Sierra Leone, Nigeria, Cameroon, Uganda, Kenya, Malawi, and Zimbabwe) with 3 participants (including media) from each Country.
Over 40 media stories were published and aired and still counting.
AHBN assigned a Francophone African Liaison in its headquarters that will be interfacing with CSOs and Media to strengthen Accountability for Health Security.
AHBN commissioned annual convening on Health Security Accountability, every August of the year.
AHBN has established the African Health Security Accountability Learning Hub for summit participants and beyond to promote learning and exchange.
AHBN also established the West African Hub to be co-chaired by Health Alert in Sierra Leone and Article 19 West Africa in Senegal.
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AFRICA HEALTH BUDGET NETWORK
Envisioned in 2006, founded in 2013 and launched at the Global PMNCH Partners 2014 Forum in Johannesburg and secured in 2018 a legal secretariat in Nigeria with a registration number RC: 119436
African continent, where evidence including budget and finance information drive investment in health.
COVID-19 FINANCES IN NIGERIA
This flier is intended to promote credible dialogue aimed at promoting accountability and transparency of the COVID-19 finances
Online not-for profit advocacy newspaper for Africa titled ‘Health Reporters’
AHBN fosters transparent, accountable, sustainable, and innovative health financing for Africa by enabling CSOs and Advocates to meaningfully influence investment that improves overall health and wellbeing.
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