The Evidence for Action Programme also known as Mamaye, a DfID funded maternal and newborn health initiative aimed at improving maternal and newborn survival in six sub-Saharan countries in Africa including Ghana.
Using better evidence for improved advocacy and accountability, the Mamaye Ghana project was implemented by ARHR in collaboration with the School of Public Health, University of Ghana across16 districts in 4 regions of Ghana.
Using social accountability mechanism, ARHR engaged in capacity building on MNH for civil society organizations, communities and traditional structures and worked to improve client-provider relationship for improved MNH outcomes. Working with communities, ARHR generated evidence to generate political commitment, strengthen accountability and improve planning and decision making at sub-national and national levels.
The Mamaye Ghana programme focused on ensuring Quality EmONC through improved service provision and client-based advocacy.