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  • The underlying initiative – Every Woman Every Child – was launched in September 2010 by Ban Ki-moon. This global strategy set out key areas where action was urgently needed to enhance financing, strengthen policy, and improve service delivery. With a focus on key interventions, 16 million women’s, newborn’s, and children’s lives could be saved by 2015.What you don’t see on this slide is who is involved in making this all happen. This is truly a global call: governments, multilaterals, bilaterals, civil society, private sector, donors, etc. The Information and Accountability for Results and Resources cross cuts all of these initiatives, as does Countdown to 2015.

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  • 1. In-Country Advocacy in an Alphabet Soup World: Advocacy Across the Various GlobalLevel Initiatives CORE Group Fall Meeting October 17, 2013
  • 2. Information & Accountability for Results & Resources: the Expert Review Group; Countdown to 2015 Towards a Common Approach for RMNCH Global Strategy for Women’s and Children’s Health: Every Woman Every Child
  • 3. Progress on Enhanced Diarrheal Disease and Pneumonia Project in Cambodia PATH Cambodia Multi Project Office ORK, VICHIT Senior Program Officer EDD/Pneumonia Project Manager, PATH
  • 4. Background  Cambodia Demographic Health Survey 2010:  16,000 children die annually  15% of under 5 mortality attributable to diarrhea and pneumonia  About 20% of children with diarrhea receive no treatment  40% of under five are stunted and 28% are underweight  In rural areas, 2 in 3 households reported no toilet facility; in urban households, 1 in 8 has no toilet facility  25% of households do not treat their drinking water; 11% of households used some type of filter prior to drinking  In 1998, the Ministry of Health Cambodia developed an integrated National Acute Respiratory Infection and Control of Diarrheal Disease Program (ARI/CDD)  Recently, the MoH supported efforts of WHO and UNICEF to develop the integrated Global Action Plan for Pneumonia & Diarrhea (GAPPD)
  • 5. Improved policy environment      Re-established the ARI/CDD Technical Working Group (TWG) and conducted regular quarterly meetings Updated the National ARI/CDD Policy  Zinc given over-the-counter status  Interventions focused at community level Development of ARI/CDD Multi-Year Plan 2013-2017; Zinc and ORS Distribution Plan 2013-2017 Development of Operational Guidelines on ARI/CDD Other technical support to National ARI/CDD program
  • 6. Demonstration model at Baray-Suntuk District on prevention & pre-referral treatment     PATH provided financial and technical support National ARI-CDD was an important coordinator and offered technical and commodities support (ORS and zinc) through MoH supply system Provincial, district, and health center levels provided training, supervision, coordination, and monitored the demonstration Village Health Supported Group (VHSG) provided mothers classes on diarrhea and pneumonia prevention, pre-referral treatment, and referral
  • 7. Scale up plan and main partners  The Scale-Up plan:    Districts with NGOs / INGOs/ UN support (2013) Districts without NGOs / INGOs / UN support used Pooled Funds “HSSP2 fund” (Annual Operational Plan “AOP 2014”) Main partners:  UNICEF  WVC (World Vision Cambodia)  Save the Children  RACHA (Reproductive and Child Health Alliance)  RHAC (Reproductive Health Association of Cambodia) © Kent Truog
  • 8. EDD / P Demonstration (GAPPD)
  • 9. Next Steps in Cambodia  New two year funding from internal PATH resources (August 2013 to August 2015)  Objective: To improve the community prevention, pre-referral treatment, and referral for children with diarrhea and pneumonia in Cambodia  In collaboration with Ministry of Health, PATH will:  Scale up the demonstration model of community prevention, pre-referral treatment, and referral for childhood diarrhea and pneumonia disease to whole Kampong Thom province and one district in Siem Reap province  Scale up will include integrated WASH, nutrition, immunization, and household cook stove projects  Develop the community reporting system by integrating into the MoH Health Information System  Develop a module of the demonstration model for MoH to eventually takeover and run program
  • 10. Questions?
  • 11. Toolkits and Resources • • UN Commission on Life Saving Commodities GAPPD Advocacy Toolkit • • • • • Advocacy Actions Templates Messages Diarrhea & Pneumonia Mapping Brief Every Newborn Toolkit • • Tools Factsheets © Aurelio Ayala III 10/21/2013
  • 12. Thank you! Ork, Vichit: vichito@path.org Ashley Latimer: alatimer@path.org Page 12 10/21/2013