Leadership and Governance

Our Vision

GaneshAID upholds strong leadership and governance at all levels as a critical component of resilient health systems. To that end, strengthening health system governance should be primarily led by governments in close collaboration with non-state actors, including practitioners and civil society

Our Goal

We aim to strengthen the engagement and relationships between health beneficiaries, governmental decision makers, and health service providers. By supporting processes that ensure governance is conducted professionally, realistically, and reasonably, we can ensure reactive and sustainable health services contribute to positive health outcomes.

Fostering Stakeholders and Partners Engagement

Our approach is grounded on transparency and evidence-based advocacy towards governments, ensuring sufficient resources are adequately allocated to each country’s health needs and global priorities.

With that in mind, we assist our partners in establishing governance structures, strategies, and mechanisms to intensify transparency, accountability, cooperation, and coordination. This consists of establishing multi-stakeholder platforms, fostering the use of evidence for decision-making, governance, and partner engagement, and promoting information sharing about:

Health investment including domestic, donors, partners, and NGOs

Health and immunisation services performance to all people

Health outcomes

Key Principles


Increasing public access to health programming, budget information, procurement, and health outcomes


    Clarifying delineation of authorities for health programming and expenditures and external pressure for results


    Conducting regular reviews of the results of health investments by institutions and independent entities


      Linking health policy and expenditures with public priorities


        Promoting ethical management and standards among health workers

        Our Interventions

        • Health Policy Group: Policy Dialogue, Public-private Sector Partnerships, Civil Society Participation, Information Sharing
        • Development Partner Mapping: Policy Dialogue, Public-private Sector Partnerships, Civil Society Participation, Information Sharing
        • National Logistic Working Group (NLWG): Leadership and Governance, Coordination, and Advocacy (Uzbekistan, Côte d’Ivoire, Sierra Leone)
        • Advocacy for Immunisation Supply Chain, Vaccine Management, and Cold Chain (Uzbekistan)