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Health Policy Action Fund

The Health Policy Action Fund (HPAF) invites Civil Society Organisations from 36 IHP+ countries to submit proposals for funding of health policy work at national level and assessing effective development cooperation. The grants will fund work over an 18-month period starting in February 2015, and have a maximum of US$ 30,000 per grantee.

National civil society health networks and coalitions or individual civil society organisations working on a broad range of health policy issues will be eligible to apply. In order to reach a wide range of CSOs, proposals are preferred from CSO coalitions or networks. The HPAF does not fund the implementation of health interventions.

The International Health Partnership (IHP+)
IHP+ was launched in 2007 to accelerate progress on the health-related MDGs and to improve the health of citizens in developing countries. IHP+ is currently comprised of 64 partners, of which 36 are developing countries, who have signed the Global Compact and committed themselves to promote better health results in low and middle income countries by putting the Paris and Busan principles on aid effectiveness into practice in health. Partner signatories to the Global Compact committed to achieve this through supporting strong and comprehensive country and government-led national health plans in a well-coordinated way.

IHP+ and Civil Society Engagement in Health Policy and effective development cooperation
IHP+ has funded a small grants scheme since 2010, which has been managed by Oxfam under the name “Health Policy Action Fund” (HPAF). The HPAF aims to support southern civil society networks and coalitions to become more effectively engaged in national health policy processes, contribute to the effectiveness of development cooperation and hold partners accountable for their commitments.
Supported by the grants, recipients engage in health policy and implementation monitoring and analysis, policy dialogue with key national health stakeholders, and hold governments and aid donors accountable to work towards achieving universal and equitable access to health care and the health-related Millennium Development Goals and make development cooperation more effective.

The Health Policy Action Fund (HPAF) was launched by Oxfam  in 2010 and supported by the International Health Partnership and related initiatives (IHP+).

The aim of the fund is to support health organizations, networks and coalitions to become more effectively engaged in national health policy processes. Eligible applications for the fund must come from an IHP+ country: Afghanistan, Benin, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cambodia, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Chad, Comoros, DR of Congo, Djibouti, El Salvador, Ethiopia, Gambia, Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Haiti, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Madagascar, Mali, Mauritania, Mozambique, Myanmar, Nepal, Niger, Nigeria, Pakistan, Rwanda, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Sudan, Togo, Uganda, Vietnam and Zambia.

Grant recipients of the HPAF are required to engage in dialogue with key policy makers from national governments and global initiatives. They need to monitor and analyze health policy implementation and hold governments and aid donors accountable to work towards universal and equitable access to health care and the achievement of the health related Millennium Development Goals.

The HPAF has advertised three calls for proposals since its inception, a first round in March 2010 and a second in January 2012 and the third round in December 2014.

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