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May 30, 2023 News

Public Officials and Civil Society at World Health Assembly Emphasize the Importance of Domestic Resource Mobilization for Health

Read more about our event, “Advocacy for Domestic Resource Mobilization for Health" that was held alongside the World Health Assembly on May 23. The event convened a group of global health experts to discuss the importance of budget advocacy for sustainable, equitable and effective country-owned health systems and to share best practices and budget advocacy approaches from around the globe.

November 29, 2022 News

Fiscal Policies for Health Webinar

On May 24, the Global Health Advocacy Incubator hosted a webinar on the role of fiscal policy in public health. GHAI’s Senior Vice President Lucy Martinez Sullivan moderated a lively discussion between Omei Bongos of Gatefield Impact, Nigeria and Sana Ullah Ghumman of Pakistan National Heart Association.

March 13, 2024 Programs

Reducing Demand for Unhealthy Food

Globally there has been an influx of ultra-processed products, which have negatively impacted diets and increased the prevalence of non-communicable diseases (NCDs), like cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, cancer, among others. To shift these alarming trends, GHAI works with civil society organizations to push for mandatory policies that reduce the consumption of ultra-processed food and beverages. 

March 20, 2024 Programs

Countering Industry Interference

Vested commercial interests actively block or undermine healthy food policies. GHAI protects food policies by holding the ultra-processed products industry accountable for the health and environmental damage they cause.
April 2, 2024 Programs


We support CSOs to secure social and political will for equitable and sustainable financing for immunization and primary health care; work towards increasing immunization coverage and reducing the number of children who do not receive any vaccines (zero-dose children); and ensuring efficient use and allocation of domestic resources and international donor funds for primary health care and immunization service delivery.