Every Woman Every ChildAdvancing the Global Strategy for Women’s and Children’s Health       ADVOCACY THEMES & OPPORTUNITI...
1. Key Advocacy moments in 2011 (I)        Date          Event/Issue                           OutcomeJanuary        WEF, ...
1. Key publications 2011• May   – Commission on Information & Accountability Report• September   – Innovation for Every Wo...
1. Overview 2011• Strengths   – High level engagement (United Nations Secretary-General; LIMCs HoSG)   – Accountability an...
3. Advocacy 2012: key actorsGlobal:    •     United Nations Secretary-General    •     Network of Global Leaders    •     ...
3. Advocacy 2012 – themes and opportunities• Themes   –   Implementation of the commitments by all stakeholders (all year)...
Thank you!edjang@un.org                7
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Susana Edjang. "Every Woman Every Child: Advancing the Global Strategy for Women’s and Children’s Health - Advocacy Themes and Opportunities for 2012." (English)

Presentations to the Second Stakeholders Meeting on Implementing the Recommendations of the Commission on Information and Accountability for Women's and Children's Health, Ottawa.

Session 4A: Advocacy and Outreach (Global Actions)

21-22 November 2011

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Every Woman Every Child: Advancing the Global Strategy for Women’s and Children’s Health - Advocacy Themes and Opportunities for 2012 (English)

  1. 1. Every Woman Every ChildAdvancing the Global Strategy for Women’s and Children’s Health ADVOCACY THEMES & OPPORTUNITIES FOR 2012 “Delivering Results for Women and Children” Forum 20-22 November 2011 Susana Edjang, Project Manager, Every Woman Every Child Executive Office of the United Nations Secretary-General
  2. 2. 1. Key Advocacy moments in 2011 (I) Date Event/Issue OutcomeJanuary WEF, Davos Private sector engagementApril WHA, Geneva 16 LMICs commitmentsMay Secretary-General in Nigeria Engagement of national stakeholders and Ethiopia (MPs, private sector and foundations)May Launch of COIA report, New model; way forward GenevaJune Innovation Working Group, Private sector commitments and Oslo guidance for opps & effective PPPsSeptember UNGA event, NYC 90 new and enhanced commitments; launch ERGNovember Secretary-General in Mobilisation of national stakeholders Bangladesh, Thailand and (MPs, private sector and CSOs) Indonesia 2
  3. 3. 1. Key publications 2011• May – Commission on Information & Accountability Report• September – Innovation for Every Woman Every Child – Progress Update – PMNCH report on commitments• Strengths: – Global media outreach – Maintain momentum• Lessons learned: – Better coordination for the release of reports, op-eds, etc – Need for strategic media alliances – non-specialised media 3
  4. 4. 1. Overview 2011• Strengths – High level engagement (United Nations Secretary-General; LIMCs HoSG) – Accountability and Innovation• Weaknesses – Key events do not take place in high priority countries or regions – Top-down; perceived as Western-led; role of emerging countries• Opportunities – Network of Global Leaders/MDG Advocates/iERG – Private sector and research & academic community mobilisation – Coordination with other key issues e.g. gender empowerment, climate change, nutrition, NCDs, etc • Challenges – Maintain credibility and momentum 4
  5. 5. 3. Advocacy 2012: key actorsGlobal: • United Nations Secretary-General • Network of Global Leaders • iERG • Head of agencies and other global leaders (civil society)National and regional: • United Nations Secretary-General (country visits tbc) • MDG Advocates • Network of Global Leaders • UN agencies (H5) • Commission on Commodities • Commission on Information and Accountability • Civil society & media (national, regional, global) 5
  6. 6. 3. Advocacy 2012 – themes and opportunities• Themes – Implementation of the commitments by all stakeholders (all year) – Emerging economies (all year) – Women’s empowerment (Feb/March) – Youth & adolescent girls (July Olympics) – Family planning/Reproductive and Sexual Health (tbc) – Private sector role and opportunities – Innovation and technology (June tbd)• Opportunities – Global research agenda (Jan) – IPU (March) – Commission on commodities (April) – PMNCH-supported national and regional events – Women Deliver regional consultations (April/May/tbd) – G8 and G20 (May and June) – Sustainable development Rio+20 (June) 6
  7. 7. Thank you!edjang@un.org 7

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