The SCTG National Self-Care Networks will contribute to building a coordinated, diverse, and influential self-care movement that is mobilized around common goals and messaging to advance self-care at the national and subnational levels.

Get to know the SCTG’s current National Self-Care Networks leading the charge on building the self-care advocacy movement in Uganda, Senegal, and Nigeria.


CEHURD is a nonprofit research and advocacy organization founded in 2010 that is pioneering the justiciability of the right to health. CEHURD focuses its efforts on critical issues of human rights and health systems in East Africa, such as sexual and reproductive health rights, trade and health, and medical ethics, which affect the vulnerable and less-advantaged populations such as women, children, orphans, sexual minorities, people living with HIV/AIDS, persons with disabilities, internally displaced persons, refugee populations, and victims of violence, torture, disasters, and conflict. Their mission is to advance health rights for vulnerable communities through an integrated program of litigation, advocacy, and action research.


For two decades, PATH has worked alongside the Senegalese Government, healthcare workers, private sector companies, and other stakeholders to strengthen health systems and improve health equity across Senegal. PATH’s work on self-care for sexual and reproductive health and rights is grounded in the belief that women and girls should have self-determined choice about their health and their bodies. In Senegal, PATH is advancing self-care for sexual and reproductive health and rights through policy change, coordination, and introduction of women-controlled products. In collaboration with the Ministry of Health, PATH is bringing together partners from across sectors to ensure that women and girls have the information, agency, and tools they need to manage their own health and well-being. PATH also supports the scale-up of DMPA-SC, a self-injectable contraceptive that puts the power of protection in women’s hands.


White Ribbon Alliance (WRA) Nigeria was formed in 2009 to give a voice to the women most at risk of dying in childbirth. Their mission is to activate a people-led movement for reproductive, maternal, and newborn health. Driven by a deep passion and commitment, WRA Nigeria empowers citizens to recognize their rights to health and to hold elected leadership and government accountable for commitments made to maternal and newborn health. Learn about how WRA Nigeria is advocating for the Government of Nigeria to strengthen accountability processes at all levels of the maternal, newborn, and child health system to incorporate citizen’s self-articulated needs in all decisions and actions concerning their health to inform and improve the quality of services provided.

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