AfHEA’s reconstitutes Board of Trustees

One of the key activities of AfHEA in the past year has been the re-constitution of the Board of Trustees as part of the transition plan that was adopted during the Rabat, Morocco conference in 2016. This activity involved wide consultations with key AfHEA constituents, members, development partners and donors. The process of re-constituting the Board, which started in the last quarter of 2019, climaxed with first meeting of the new Board, which was held virtually at the end of June 2020.

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UNFPA collaborates with AfHEA on “UNFPA East and Southern Africa Regional...

UNFPA collaborates with AfHEA on “UNFPA East and Southern Africa Regional undertaking of investment cases for Transformative Results in the Decade of Action”

Reference is made to UNFPA explorations with AfHEA during AfHEA’s 2019 scientific conference, on possible collaborations that can accelerate the integration of dimensions of Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights into Universal Health Coverage - benefit packages, financing arrangements, including financial risk protection and client satisfaction.

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Bill and Melinda Gates foundation supports AfHEA’s operational effectiveness and sustainability analysis

With funding and support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF), AfHEA has been working closely with an external organization, Humentum https://www.humentum.org/ to assess the organizational effectiveness and sustainability of the association. This work is now drawing to a close. The draft report, which will be to the Board in the new year, identified AfHEA’s key strengths as well as areas requiring improvements, and made many recommendations to strengthen the association’s effectiveness and financial sustainability so as to position it for success in the rapidly evolving health landscape.

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IDRC supports AfHEA on EcASaRH Research Project

International Development Research Centre supports AfHEA on Economics of Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health Interventions in selected West African countries (EcASaRH) Research Project

The African Health Economics and Policy Association (AfHEA) is implementing a project funded by the International Development and Research Centre (IDRC). This project aims to address a critical health sector knowledge gap relating to adolescent sexual and reproductive health (ASRH) in West Africa, specifically Ghana and Senegal. The project titled: Economics of adolescent sexual and reproductive health interventions in Ghana and Senegal (EcASaRH) was signed off in February 2019 and officially kick-started in April 2019. It is to be implemented over four years (4 years). The implementation of the project is led by Prof. John E. Ataguba, the Deputy Executive Director for AfHEA in charge of Capacity Building and assisted by identified research consultants and AfHEA staff.

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AfHEA welcomes your input

We invite you to participate in an important online survey AfHEA is conducting among its network. AfHEA is working with Humentum, an independent organizational capacity strengthening firm, to review and strengthen our operational systems to better serve our membership and achieve our mission. We value your feedback as we undertake this important initiative. The survey will take you approximately 10-15 minutes to complete.

We know that your time is limited and hope you will find this a quick and interesting learning experience.  All of your individual information will be kept completely confidential but the aggregate survey results will be shared with our donors and partners, as well as with Humentum. Your thoughts could make a real difference and allow us to better serve you and our other stakeholders.

Thank you for being a valued member of the AfHEA community and for taking the time to consider this message.  We truly appreciate it.

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