- a) Researching on health rights issues
- b) Raising awareness of health rights issues
- c) Providing technical support to government bodies, health care facilities, civil society organizations, the private sector and other institutions on health rights matters.
- a) Expert analysis to create solid legal and human rights arguments.
- b) Advocacy campaign:
- Mobilising and broadening civil society coalitions /networks to engage in targeted health legislations and policy advocacy processes.
- Preparation and submission of civil society and other stakeholder’s comments, petitions and memorandums for consideration by legislative bodies.
- Developing and disseminating advocacy materials targeting various stakeholders
- Holding consultative and dialogue meetings on proposed legislation
- Conducting massive public education and outreach to put pressure on members of county and national assemblies to support the adoption of the more enabling laws.
- Engaging in media campaigns and debates on identified health legislations and policies.
- a) Strengthening government policies on healthcare financing policies.
- Contribute to reforms in Public Financing Management (PFM) law, policies and procedures at county and national government levels.
- Promote public participation in development and implementation of health financing strategies and plans.
- b) Advocating for improved domestic funding for health programmes and budgets for appropriate, effective and high quality services
- Promote public participation in planning and budget making process at national and county government
- Advocating for increased investments in health to provide universal access and affordable health care.
- c) Advocating for sustainable international development assistance for health.
- a) Strengthening leadership and governance of the health care systems at national and county government levels.
- b) Promoting accountability for health sector resources.
- Monitoring efficiencies and effectiveness of health investments and programmes expenditures at national and county government levels.
- Monitoring levels of equity and access to quality healthcare services and programmes.
a) Establishing coalitions of civil society organizations/ networks to jointly address healthcare policy, funding, access, equity and quality issues at national and county government’s levels.
b) Conducting joint policy advocacy, funding, expenditure tracking and monitoring access, equity and quality of healthcare services and programmes.
c) Strengthening civil society institutional capacity and sustainability in programme development, implementation, monitoring, evaluation and learning.