Non-Government Partner


Samasha is a global south non-governmental organization with headquarters in Uganda that provides technical assistance to improve reproductive, maternal, newborn, child, adolescent health outcomes through advocacy, accountability and transparency, health systems strengthening, as well as generating evidence and innovations.

The organization was incorporated in Uganda in 2012 and has since grown to implement projects in Uganda, Indonesia, Tanzania, Kenya, Ethiopia, Zambia, Malawi, Ivory Coast, Togo, Burkina Faso, Nigeria, Senegal, Niger, Mauritania and Guinea.

Commitments made to:

At A Glance

Samasha commits to continue implementing a multi-stakeholder accountability framework holding FP and MCH government commitment makers accountable by December 2030.

Samasha Commitment Narratives

  • Develop and strengthen partnerships between governments, civil society organizations (CSOs), and development partners to promote mutual accountability for Family Planning (FP) and Maternal and Child Health (MCH) commitments.
  • Establish a multi-stakeholder accountability framework that involves regular monitoring and tracking of government contributions, efforts, and progress in FP and MCH.
  • Advocate for evidence-based policies and programs related to FP and MCH, ensuring that governments prioritize these issues and allocate sufficient resources.
  • Enhance community engagement and support for FP and MCH through awareness campaigns, education, and mobilization efforts.
  • Promote high-quality service delivery for FP and MCH, particularly targeting the most vulnerable populations.
  • Strengthen the capacity of CSOs to effectively monitor and evaluate government commitments, policies, and programs in FP and MCH.
  • Advocate for transparency and accountability in the implementation of FP and MCH initiatives, ensuring that governments are held responsible for their commitments.
  • Foster knowledge sharing and learning among governments, CSOs, and development partners to improve the effectiveness of FP and MCH programs.
  • Monitor progress towards FP and MCH commitments, identify gaps and challenges, and recommend solutions for improvement.
  • Sustain the momentum and engagement of the civil society movement for FP and MCH until December 2030, continuously pushing for progress and holding commitment makers accountable.
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