Our work

Speak Up Africa is a hub of experienced communication and advocacy experts connected to the critical global policy movers and decision makers. Speak Up Africa is focused on awareness campaigns and advocacy for public health and sanitation. From policy change to movement building and community engagement, we work to inspire action around pressing sustainable development issues.

Speak Up Africa fosters national multi-sectoral involvement in public health and sanitation by creating and strengthening coalitions regrouping countries’ main constituencies including government, financial partners, implementing partners, private sector representatives and communities. We provide platforms for partners including CSOs to consult and collaborate to maximize their efforts, particularly around the need to increase sustainable funding for critical health and sanitation programs.    

African LeadHERs

Gender equality is a fundamental human right and is vital for a prosperous world, a thriving Africa. Women representing half of the world population, it is more than necessary to empower them to...
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Voix EssentiELLES

  Voice, decision-making and leadership are vital factors for the empowerment of women. These factors ensure that women can express their preferences, demands, views and interests, and that they...
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Global Health Research and Development

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The Ouagadougou Partnership

The Ouagadougou Partnership (OP) was launched in 2011, forming successful partnerships across nine francophone West African countries to accelerate progress in the use of family planning services in...
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Lines of impact

From neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) to malaria, to diseases which can be prevented by vaccines or caused by unsanitary conditions, millions of people across Africa continue to suffer from...
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Stay Safe Africa

Raising the profile of immunization in Africa The COVID-19 pandemic presents a two-fold challenge in Africa: curbing the spread of the coronavirus, whilst also maintaining access to essential health...
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Golden Sludge

Promoting Safely Managed Sanitation in Africa Sanitation is a key focus area for Speak Up Africa. Today, more than 2.4 billion of the world’s population do not have access to basic sanitation...
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March to Kigali

Neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) and malaria disproportionately affect the poorest members of society and are a major obstacle to Africa’s economic and social development. These diseases have...
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No Taboo Periods

Since 2015, Speak Up Africa has worked on filling the knowledge gap around menstrual hygiene management (MHM) in Senegal. To gain a better understand of MHM, Speak Up Africa conducted in 2016 a...
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No to Neglected Tropical Diseases

NTDs are a group of communicable diseases that affect more than 1.5 billion people globally, 39% of whom live in Africa Even though these diseases can be prevented and treated, they continue to...
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Zero Malaria Business Leadership Initiative

      Sustained global efforts to reduce the number of malaria cases and deaths over the last two decades have saved more than 7 million lives and prevented more than 1 billion cases....
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Zero Malaria Starts with Me

A social movement for malaria elimination in Africa There were 3.5 million more malaria cases reported in 10 African countries in 2017 compared to 2016. In response to this situation, the African...
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Football Combating Malaria

Key figures of the Football Combating Malaria campaign: − 225 teams of supervisors and community agents mobilized; − 228 social mobilization activities for distribution and awareness-raising; −...
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ACCESS-SMC

ACCESS-SMC is a project financed by UNITAID and implemented by Malaria Consortium in partnership with Catholic Relief Services. Its objective is to support the national malaria control programs of...
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Africa Sanitation Policy and Advocacy Activator

Both organizations work with policymakers, municipalities, the private sector, research institutions and civil society organizations to: Encourage the development of policies, regulations and...
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