The Global Health Advocacy Incubator (GHAI) has developed a framework to help political and civil society leaders build support for sustainable investments in epidemic preparedness in their countries.
The framework outlines a four-step process for effective budget advocacy that includes planning a campaign, conducting the campaign, strengthening accountability and building sustainability. The framework is informed by the experience of countries that have successfully increased government funding in preparedness and includes examples to illustrate the four-step cycle for budget advocacy and funding sustainability.
Using this framework as a guide, countries can work toward building political support and accountability for investments in epidemic preparedness. Click below to access and download GHAI’s Budget Advocacy Framework for Increased and Sustained Epidemic Preparedness Investment.
You can find more practical tools and information about epidemic preparedness budget advocacy on our Prevent Epidemics page.