Announcing PHC Advocacy Micro-Grant awardees

Dear Allies,

Today, the PHCPI Secretariat is thrilled to announce the thirteen (13) organizations selected for PHC Advocacy Micro-Grants in 2022 — all either longstanding or newly joined members of the Allies Improving PHC.
I would also like to extend another huge thank you to everyone who took the time to apply or reshare the application several months ago — the PHCPI Secretariat received more than 200 impressive applications, a true testament to the dedication and demand for action on PHC, as well as the need to continue supporting local champions to engage to the fullest. It’s your energy and passion that keeps this group alive and continues to push the needle on strong primary health care.

More to come: In the days ahead, we will also at last be announcing the new Advisors to the Allies Improving PHC, who will be instrumental in guiding this group through the next few months – including as we aim to finalize and launch our Allies’ open letter ahead of next year’s High-Level Meeting on UHC.

Stay tuned, and congratulations again to the 13 awardees.

Emily & Team PHCPI


Congratulations PHC Advocacy Micro-Grant awardees:
The African Forum for Primary Health Care @AfroPHC
Alliance for Reproductive Health Rights @arhrghana
Community Working Group on Health @CWGH1
George Institute for Global Health/Primary Health Care Research Consortium @GeorgeInstIN/@care_PHCRC
International Alliance of Patient Organizations’ Patients for Patient Safety Observatory @IapoP4ps
Inuka Success Organization @inukasuccess
Khmer HIV/AIDS NGO Alliance @KhanaCambodia
People’s Health Movement @PHMTanzania
Stage Media Arts CBO, Bungoma County @stagemediaarts
Stawisha Dada @stadakenya
Success Capital Organisation @ProSuccessBW
TINADA Youth Organization @TinadaOrg
White Ribbon Alliance @WRAMalawi…more

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