This inaugural edition of the report aims to create awareness about the BHCPF, its implementation and opportunities for improvement at the Federal and State levels, and to highlight the highest performing states in the country.
About Partnering organisations:
Nigeria Health Watch
Nigeria Health Watch uses informed advocacy and communication to influence health policy and seek better health and access to healthcare in Nigeria. It seeks to amplify some of the great work happening in the health sector, challenge the bad, and create a space for positive ideas and action. Through its various platforms, Nigeria Health Watch provides informed commentary and in-depth analysis of health issues in Nigeria, always in good conscience.
ONE is a global movement campaigning to end extreme poverty and preventable disease by 2030, so that everyone, everywhere can lead a life of dignity and opportunity. ONE believes the fight against poverty isn’t about charity, but about justice and equality. Whether lobbying political leaders in world capitals or running cutting-edge grassroots campaigns, ONE pressures governments to do more to fight extreme poverty and preventable disease, particularly in Africa, and empowers citizens to hold their governments to account.
Africa Health Budget Network
The Africa Health Budget Network (AHBN) is a network of organizations and individuals using budget advocacy to improve health service delivery in Africa. AHBN’s main purpose is to advance and embed improvements in health budget allocation, spending, transparency, participation, and accountability to increase overall health and wellbeing.
National Advocates for Health
The National Advocates For Health (NA4H) Group was inaugurated in November 2017 by then Hon. Minister of Health Prof. Isaac Adewale. It is made up of 26 distinguished Nigerians from diverse backgrounds and geo-political zones of Nigeria. Members are from various professions ranging from Health, Parliament, Media, and Traditional Leadership. The Group has been leading high-level advocacy for sustainable financing and access to quality health outcomes.
Public and Private Development Centre
Public and Private Development Centre (PPDC) is a citizen sector organisation established in 2003, driven by the desire to have a more transparent and accountable government as well as citizens empowered to actively participate in governance processes. Its programs and activities are formulated in a manner intended to drive institutional and behavioral change.
Corona Management Systems
Corona Management Systems (CMS) is a Social Enterprise operating with the belief that committed individuals who have a passion for solving problems, can with the right tools change the world. CMS specialises in providing technical and management support to programs, and implementing innovative projects in Health, Education, and Social Development. CMS succeeds by leveraging Community assets, institutionalising Data use for action and deploying Information and Communications Technology (ICT).