WACI Health is an Africa regional advocacy organization, which influences political priorities through an effective, evidence-driven Pan-African civil society voice and action. We are champions for health striving to ensure equitable access to healthcare for all in Africa. Our strategic approach, as outlined in our strategic plan (2016-2021), include three core strategies: policy and advocacy; strengthening southern advocacy; and civil society engagement in key decision making processes. Our theory of change is dynamic and interactive, with our three core strategies working together to impact three areas of global health work: (1) increased resources for health; (2) policies that improve health and achieve equity in health; (3) accountability in health governance and delivery.
A deadly disease is stealing young futures in Africa and claiming the life of a child every 60 seconds – that is 1300 ...
Stakeholders have warned that COVID 19 disruptions are likely to set back efforts made in curbing HIV infections back to...
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WACI Health VIDEOS
The Dundun April 2022 IssueZero Malaria Campaign Coalition seeks to end disease
The Dundun March 2022 IssueCovid-19 and lack of funding negating gains HIV progress
The Dundun Feb 2022 IssueCommunities and civil societies convene in support of the global fund 7th replenishment
The Dundun Jan 2022 IssuePreparatory Meeting of the Seventh Replenishment of the Global Fund
The Dundun Dec 2021 IssueCOVID 19 AND LACK OF FUNDING NEGATING GAINS HIV PROGRESS
The Dundun Nov 2021 IssueWACI Health’s Executive Director, Rosemary Mburu, represents civil society at the Global Health Assembly.
Every 30 seconds, a child dies of acute malnutrition
Individuals worldwide acquired HIV in 2020
Half the world lacks access to essential health services
A child dies every two minutes from malaria in Africa.
People are pushed into poverty because of health expenses