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Join a growing community of global health advocates.

“Membership of AFGH-UK 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-UK, 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 | Director of Communications, Advocacy and Support, 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 | Director of the Global Health Programme and Executive Director of the Centre for Universal Health, Chatham House

Credit: Plan International / Mortuza Sheikh

Member Benefits

  • Access to regular meetings with UK Government, including opportunities to drive organisational priorities and profile new reports/learning
  • Invitations to select roundtables and meetings with UK Government on specific health issues (eg. access to medicines)
  • Invitations to high-level parliamentary events
  • Access to quarterly member meetings, including sharing learning and best practice
  • Regular updates and intel through the mailing list on global health developments and processes (both in the UK and globally)
  • Linking of members with mutual interest to collaborate on events, reports or policies
  • Connecting with global partners/networks (including UHC2030 CSEM through Coordinator’s role on Advisory Group) and thought leadership conversations around global health
  • Promotion of organisational events, reports and job opportunities through mailing list, social media and website
  • Access to Action for Global Health working groups and collaboration with members on joint policy positions and advocacy strategies
  • Coordinated parliamentary advocacy (including engagement with APPGs and relevant parliamentary committees)
  • Opportunities to input into key briefings and documents (eg. parliamentary committee inquiries, UHC briefings for parliamentary debates etc.)
  • Contribute to greater impact through collective advocacy (eg. joint letters to ministers)
  • Access to shared comms calendars, content databases and messaging toolkits
  • Joint communication and campaign initiatives through the AfGH Comms Taskforce

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