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Working in Partnership for a Healthier World

Learn How the UK contributes to Global Health Credit: Plan International / Quinn Neely

Working in Partnership for a Healthier World

Learn How the UK contributes to Global Health Credit: Hanna Adcock / Save the Children

Working in Partnership for a Healthier World

Learn How the UK contributes to Global Health

We are the leading network for organisations working on global health

We mobilise the UK’s biggest thinkers, advocates and researchers to ensure that the UK government and other key stakeholders renew their leadership and financial, programmatic and political commitments to global health.

How We Drive Impact

Engaging with decision-makers

We act as the conduit between the UK Government and wider stakeholders on a range of global health issues.

Mobilising influence

We mobilise parliamentary, public and partner support on a range of global health issues.

Developing evidence-based policy positions

We draw on the expertise of our members to develop policy positions, including monitoring the UK Government’s role in global health.

Member engagement

We strengthen, support and engage members in order to unite voices on global health.

50+ organisations united by a common purpose, achieving health for all.

Learn More About Our Members Credit: Plan International / Patrick Kaplin

Action for Global Health provides an open and collaborative platform where diverse organisations come together under a shared vision.  As a network, we share learning, insights, and support to make a strong case for the UK’s role in improving health and wellbeing everywhere.

Lenio Capsaskis
Save the Children

Membership has given us coordinated access to key policymakers and helped ensure the Meningitis Research Foundation has a voice at key meetings. As a member of AfGH, a small charity is able to amplify its global health messages and gain great insights from the experience and expertise within the group.

Rob Dawson
Meningitis Research Foundation

Action for Global Health is doing a fantastic job in mobilising civil society to help generate and sustain political commitment for UHC which is the foundation for truly universal and equitable health reforms.

Robert Yates
Chatham House

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