Africa Health Budget Network

Non-Government Partner

Africa Health Budget Network

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.

Commitments made to:

At A Glance

AHBN is supporting the Nigerian Government to improve financing for family planning (FP) by advocating to allocate at least 1% of the total annual health budget at the national and sub-national levels to family planning as well as by working to increase domestic financing.


Africa Health Budget Network Commitment Narratives

  • To build the capacity of African civil society organizations (CSOs) to engage governments at all levels in transparent and accountable public budgeting.
  • To ensure that governments fulfill local and international financial commitments made to improve the health outcomes of all citizens in Africa.
  • To bridge the representation gap of African civil society on global advocacy on health financing and strengthen African civil society engagement within global, regional, and national accountability frameworks and mechanics.
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