• Who Pays for Health? Trends in ODA for Health - AfGH Report 2015

Take part in the survey and help further shape the implementation of UHC, how it is to be monitored, reviewed and corrected where needed. [more]

Universal Health Coverage – UHC is celebrated globally on December 12th. To support the global CSO call to action, UK AfGH CSOs draft recommendations on UHC addressed to the UK government. [more]

Subtitle CSO side events on accountability of Global Health in the new Sustainable Development Goals and new Monitoring & Accountability Frameworks Civil society must be placed at the heart of accountability efforts in order...[more]

Please find here a short ppt of what has been presented at the webinar.The various grafs on the document have hyperlinks that allow you to click on and explore yourself the various interactive tools. Key messages from the...[more]

Join us for a free webinar September 02,  16:00-17:00 CET Every dollar invested in health returns $9 in middle-income countries and $20 in low-income countries. Delivering on international and domestic funding commitments...[more]


AfGH organised this two-day technical roundtable with civil society, academics and key stakeholders to appraise existing proposals for measuring and monitoring national and global progress towards Universal Health Coverage (UHC)....[more]

Civil society organisations' recommendations on Financing for Development as a blueprint for how best to finance the future Sustainable Development Goal for Health. We call on the EU and its Member States to address the...[more]

This document outlines the recommendations drawn from a civil society roundtable discussion in Brussels, Belgium on 23-24 April, 2015. The meeting brought key stakeholders and civil society representatives from across Africa,...[more]

In the run-up to the Third Financing for Development Conference in Addis Ababa in July 2015, European donors must play a leading role in the international debate on the future of development assistance. Ongoing negotiations...[more]

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