The government is using its health sector strategy committee as the country platform for the GFF. The two technical working groups are focusing on the development of the Investment Case and on the preparation of the health financing strategy.
Femmes-Santé-Développement (FESADE) and Deserve and Environnement et Société au Cameroun (ESC)
CSO Coordination & Engagement
Cameroon Civil Society Health Alliance (CCSHA)
Fogue Foguito, Positive-Generation
Valerie Gystiane, Femmes-Santé-Développement (FESADE)
Femmes-Santé-Développement (FESADE) — Advocating for meaningful youth participation in GFF processes and monitoring SRMNCAH-N interventions for youth. The project will focus on improving access to SRH services for youth in four districts of Cameroon’s East Region, including building the capacity of local committees to monitor health services and establishing a regional platform for YLOs to monitor the implementation of the GFF investment case.
Deserve — Developing an advocacy tool for improving understanding of youth SRMNCAH-N needs and increasing meaningful youth engagement in GFF processes. The tool will include an overview of policies and commitments around adolescent health, a guide for strengthening youth engagement in multi-stakeholder platforms, and case studies on SRMNCAH-N youth advocacy efforts. The tool will be co-created with youth and CSOs, published in English and French, and distributed to at least 40 YLOs working on SRMNCAH-N across Cameroon.
Environnement et Société au Cameroun (ESC) — Developing a community diagnostic tool for identifying the priority needs of youth and adolescents for use in the development, implementation, and monitoring of the GFF investment case. ESC will develop the tool in partnership with Cameroon’s civil society health alliance and disseminate the tool both digitally and physically to select organizations operating in communities with limited internet access.
Deserve and Environnement et Société au Cameroun (ESC)
Last updated on Fri, 28 Jul 2023 17:54:07.