Membership of AHBN shall be opened to all African and global nongovernmental organizations and individuals already using or wishing to use budget advocacy, accountability, and transparency as tools to improve health service delivery in Africa. Members must identify with the ideals of AHBN.
The ‘Value- Add’ of becoming AHBN member.
- AHBN provides targeted technical support to its members and regularly engages with them through face-to-face and virtual capacity building, knowledge and experience sharing among individuals, organizations and professionals to strengthen the ability of members to engage and influence their country’s health budget to improve better health spending and investment in Africa.
- Partnership and networking among members at country and regional levels and globally to promote better health outcomes through improved health financing.
- Access to budget and finance information and global goods such as budget documents, budget scorecards, budget infographics, budget analysis and reports.
Membership is free and is completed once application form (online) has been filled, vetted and approved. Membership must be reconfirmed at the end of every one year via simple email to the secretariat at email@example.com
|Accountability Mechanism for MNCH in Kano State (AMMKaS)|
|Agape Woman and Child Empowerment Foundation (AWOCHE)|
|Association of Nigeria Health Journalist (ANHEJ)|
|Centre for Training, Research and Advocacy in Reproductive Health (CEFOREP)|
|Community Health and Research Initiative, Nigeria (CHR)|
|Consortium of Reproductive Health Association (CORHA)|
|COVID-19 Finances Accountability Working Group in Liberia|
|COVID-19 Finances Accountability Working Group in Nigeria|
|COVID-19 Finances Accountability Working Group in Sierra Leone|
|GEM Hub Initiative|
|Initiative for Health Accountability and Transparency|
|Liberia Health CSOs Network|
|Maigodiya Center for Youth Development|
|National Advocate for Health (NA4H)|
|Nigeria Cancer Society|
|Organization for Community Civic Engagement (OCCEN)|
|Public Health Initiative Liberia (PHIL)|
|RMNCAH CSOs Coalition|
|Sickle Cell Community|
|Vaccine Network for Disease Control|
|Youth Society for the Prevention of Infectious Diseases and Social Vices|