The Partnership for Advocacy in Child and Family Health (PACFaH) project is an innovative program that addresses the Government of Nigeria’s (GoN) willingness to fulfill existing commitments on policies, budgets, and guidelines implementation on child and family health. This is on the supply side.
On the demand side, the PACFaH project is designed to build the capacities (advocacy skills, project management, proposal writing, coalition building, etc.) as well as strengthen coalitions of indigenous Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) working together in Nigeria to “push” government to fulfill the supply side requirements.
The third dimension of the PACFaH project is strategic collaboration with identified National institutions in Nigeria. Working in partnership with NIPSS1 and NILS2, the PACFaH project also identified and strengthened the capacity of champions within government (executive and legislature) to push health policy changes (from within) for improved family health outcomes.
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