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RMNCAH National Coalition-C4MAN's Bi-Annual meeting in Abuja

The C4MAN Bi-annual general meeting, that was held on Monday 25th of June, 2018 at Sandralia Hotel, Utako Abuja, brought representatives from different state led Accountability Mechanism for Maternal , Newborn, Child and Adolescent Health coalition group C4MAN (Kano, Katsina, Kaduna, Jigawa, Yobe, Zamfara, Gombe, Lagos and Bauchi) and other CSO's such as MNCH2, MAMAYE-E4A, ARFH, One Campaign, HERFON and others, during the meeting in Abuja made presentations of their state report which included achievements, challenges, way forward and future activity plans. The meeting was chaired by Dr Ejike Orji the C4MAN coalition chairman. During member states presentation, some of the states shared their MNCH and state Budget scorecard which is a true reflection of their state progress report in the areas during the cause of the year.

Dr Ejike Orji (Chairman of C4MAN)

There are great achievement reports from C4MAN member states, some of these great achievements ranges from paid advocacy visits to honourable commissioner for health & Human services, visit to the budget and planning committee for data collection, increment of health budgetary in 2018 compared to the years before, making input to laws enacted in the states, conducting of media and awareness programs in the state to development of health sector budget score card. Relatively on setbacks are inadequate release of funds, lack of adequate information about L.G.As on Health related matters, poor facility maintenance, abandonment of government property. The Future plans in
this regard is to work more on sensitization programs, opening of L.G.A health budgetary for scrutiny by the general public and securing of office space in the state.
Cross section of participants

With the reports presented, it shows that the proposed C4MAN plans for the first 2 quarters of 2018 has done remarkably great in ensuring all set goals and plans are followed to meet achievement.
The States Accountability Mechanism (SLAMS), has pledged to sustain engagement with stakeholders to save the lives of women and children in Nigeria.
It was agreed that more attention should be given to the health sector, particularly at the primary health care level, with this there will be improvement in the health sector as a whole. Politicians are charged to include in their manifestos, health care development proposals come 2019 general elections.
One of the participants contributing 
The height of the event was the adoption of the MAMAYE Health budget performance campaign #FundNaijaHealth and inauguration of the youth led media and publicity team for the campaign, which consisted of cLOUDig, Ormar's Blog, YouthHubAfrica, Volunteers Connect team, HERFON and other CSO Members.
Let us all support the #FundNaijaHealth Awareness program and make Nigeria safe haven for all.

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