A Global Competition: Mini-grants for Social Entrepreneurs

Are you ready to fight corruption?

Transparency International (TI) is calling for young people under 35 years old who are motivated to solve social problems and develop new methods, tools, and projects to fight corruption.

TI, with support from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark ahead of International Anti-Corruption Conference Series, are together launching a global competition for new project ideas to boost transparency, strengthen accountability and fight corruption. The three competition winners will be awarded a mini-grant of 5,000 Euros to support the kick-start of their new anti-corruption project. Readmore

Transparency International’s Mini-Grants for Young People to fight corruption

Deadline: 15 September 2018

Transparency International (TI) is calling for young people under 35 years old who are motivated to solve social problems and develop new methods, tools, and projects to fight corruption.

TI, with support from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark ahead of International Anti-Corruption Conference Series, are together launching a global competition for new project ideas to boost transparency, strengthen accountability and fight corruption. The three competition winners will be awarded a mini-grant of 5,000 Euros to support the kick-start of their new anti-corruption project. ReadMore

Letter of Appreciation to dRPC-PACFaH

On behalf of the Senate Committee on Health, the Nigerian Senate and the 8th National Assembly, I write to recognize and appreciate the timely support of dRPC-PACFaH towards the actualization of the 1 % Consolidated Revenue Fund for Basic Health Care Provision Fund in the 2018 Budget of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

PACFaH Legislative Advocacy in collaboration with National Assembly & NILS

As part of the efforts to improve Budgetary Allocation to the Health Sector, the Advocacy for Child and Family Health, PACFaH sponsored the Senate Committee on Health to the South African Legislature to collaborate on legislative agenda on Healthcare delivery. Excepts of the visit is captured in the video.

Communiqué Issued at the One Day NGO/CSOs Stakeholders’ Engagement Meeting to support the Implementation of the Task Shifting and Sharing Policy, 19th of July 2018.

The Federal Ministry of Health, in collaboration with Development Policy Research Center (dPRC), with the support of Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation held a 1- day NGO/CSOs Stakeholders’ engagement on the 19th of July, 2018. The objective of the meeting was to discuss the existing task shifting and sharing policy (TSSP), identify gaps, barriers to effective implementation and provide recommendations as well as consider future implementation considerations.

Stakeholders call for rational use of essential medicine in Nigeria

Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria- Partnership for Advocacy in Child and Family Health at Scale; Centre for Communication and Reproductive Health Services among other stakeholders have called on the 36 States of the federation including Federal Capital Territory, to domesticate the use of National Standard Treatment Guidelines, NSTG and Nigeria Essential Medicines List, NEML guideline to foster rational use of medicines at all levels of healthcare.

Read more at: https://www.vanguardngr.com/2018/07/stakeholders-call-for-rational-use-of-essential-medicine-in-nigeria/

PSN-PAS ADVOCACY ENGAGEMENT WITH DG NAFDAC

On behalf of the PSN President, His Excellency, Pharm. Ahmed Yakasai FPSN, and the PSN-PACFaH@Scale Program Director, Pharm. Ibrahim Ayuba FPSN, thank you for creating time our of your very busy schedule to meet and discuss with the PSN-PACFaH@Scale team on Wednesday 18th July 2018.

Civil society training centre opens in Abuja

he need to improve the capacity of Civil Society Organizations in Nigeria received a boost with the commissioning of a state of the art training facility in Abuja by the Country Director of Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, BMGF Mr Paulin Basinga.

The training facility known as the Abdulraufu Mustapha CSO Training Center was the first of its kind in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja.

One Percent Consolidated Revenue Fund

Stakeholders in Nigeria’s health sector have persistently campaigned for the full implementation of the National Health Act 2014 which stipulates that not less than 1% of Consolidated Revenue Fund (CRF) is set aside for Basic Health Care Provision Fund (BHCPF).