Monday, 2 September 2013

About Reproductive Health Advocacy Network for Africa (RHANA)

Reproductive Health Advocacy Network for Africa (RHANA) was established following a meeting held in March 2009 in Nairobi Kenya. 
IPPF Africa Region office serves as the Secretariat for the Network.
The Goal of RHANA is to advance a rights based and people-centered development in Africa through reducing maternal deaths and ensuring universal access to sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR). 
The objectives of the network are to:
  • To promote, advocate and mobilize support for sexual and reproductive health rights as human rights and central to development
  • To strengthen RHANA membership for more inclusion and representativeness of the diverse SRHR and development constituencies
  • To demand accountability from governments on implementation of SRHR commitments
  • To influence and support relevant African policy development process
  • To amplify African voices in relevant global policy development process

1 comment:

  1. I would like to become a member. Charles Banda Media, Networking and Advocacy Officer, Youth Net and Counselling (YONECO) Malawi