• Anglophone Africa Civil Society and Community CCM representative dialogue forum in Rwanda
    Anglophone Africa Civil Society and Community CCM representative dialogue forum in Rwanda
  • Anglophone Africa Dialogue Forum for CSO PRs (Nairobi. 29-31 August 2016)
    Anglophone Africa Dialogue Forum for CSO PRs (Nairobi. 29-31 August 2016)
  • Anglophone Africa Civil Society dialogue forum
    Anglophone Africa Civil Society dialogue forum
  • Anglophone Africa Civil Society and Community CCM representative dialogue forum in Rwanda
    Anglophone Africa Civil Society and Community CCM representative dialogue forum in Rwanda

In late 2017, EANNASO’s mandate was renewed for 3 years to host the Regional Coordination and Communication Platform (Regional Platform, for short) for Anglophone Africa. There are currently six platforms, three of which are in Africa - one for Anglophone Africa, hosted by EANNASO, Francophone Africa, hosted by Réseau Accès aux Médicaments Essentiels (RAME) and Middle East and Northern Africa (MENA) hosted by International Treatment Preparedness Coalition MENA (ITPC-MENA)

  • EANNASO & AAI Video Toolkit - How to Influence Decision-Making Processes About Health
  • EANNASO & AAI Video Toolkit - Outro
  • Module 5 - How to Use Your Results for Change
  • Module 4 - How to Measure Your Impact
  • Module 3 - How to Advocate for Your Priorities
  • Module 2  - How to Publish an Outcome Document
  • Module 1 - How to Hold A Successful Consultation
  • EANNASO & AAI Video Toolkit - Introduction

Communities Engage

A successful response to AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria is a reality; there is a need to ensure meaningful engagement of all actors, including civil society and particularly key and vulnerable populations.

The Anglophone Regional Communication and Coordination platform aims at strengthening the engagement of Civil Society and Community Groups through increasing access to the knowledge and information necessary to play an active role in Funding processes.

When communities and civil society organization's voices are heard and listened to during programming, ownership of programs is created and barriers related to human rights, gender and other inequalities and exclusions are addressed.

WHAT'S NEW

Project SOAR Webinar - Addressing safer conception, and internalized stigma in integrated family planning-HIV services
Broadening the discussion: Addressing safer conception, and internalized stigma in integrated family planning-HIV services Date: 26 September 2018, 9–10 a.m

News Highlights

New York, 26 September 2018

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