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"Civil Registration and Vital Statistics" (English)
"Civil Registration and Vital Statistics" (English)
"Civil Registration and Vital Statistics" (English)
"Civil Registration and Vital Statistics" (English)
"Civil Registration and Vital Statistics" (English)
"Civil Registration and Vital Statistics" (English)
"Civil Registration and Vital Statistics" (English)
"Civil Registration and Vital Statistics" (English)
"Civil Registration and Vital Statistics" (English)
"Civil Registration and Vital Statistics" (English)
"Civil Registration and Vital Statistics" (English)
"Civil Registration and Vital Statistics" (English)
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"Civil Registration and Vital Statistics" (English)

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"Civil Registration and Vital Statistics." (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 3B: Civil Registration and Vital Statistics Systems

21-22 November 2011

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  • 1. Recommendation One CRVS
  • 2. What is the Goal• By 2015, all countries have taken significant steps to establish a system for registration of births, deaths and causes of death
  • 3. What does success look like?• Country led• Create demand to be registered• Interoperable
  • 4. What is the current situation and the main gaps• Large countries• Vulnerable and politically disadvantaged communities, or conflict affected communities• Need to understand context of countries - lack of infrastructure in rural areas – lack of local government ‘people don’t exist’. Lack of ICT penetration• Needs multiple sector engagement• Institutional arrangements
  • 5. How can these priority gaps be addressed• Identify countries with special challenges (political, conflict etc) and develop conflict specific approaches• Carefully select the countries• Consider bottom up community based approaches• Innovation in institutional arrangements (smarter approaches)
  • 6. How can these priority gaps be addressed• Innovations in connecting with private sector eg. Mobile phone companies to facilitate birth registration (Deal with data ownership questions)• Not everyone will start at the same point – but that does not detract from country progress
  • 7. What are the priority activities• Invest in multicountry consultations re Commission and basket of tools and assess country priorities• Country plans will vary by country• WHO can lead in 20 countries• Other partners may lead in others• Seek assistance for multi partner efforts
  • 8. What are the priority activities• Completed rapid assessment of current practices in at least 15 countries• Full assessment and CRVS strengthening plan in at least 5 countries• Innovative projects in at least 5 countries• Improved quality and use of hospital data on causes of death in at least 5 countries• Increased capacity to strengthen CRVS and analysis vital event data in at least 5 countries
  • 9. Priority Considerations• Maintain political impetus• Maximise IT and social innovation• Finding local solutions for community reporting• PPP – work through issues like ownership of data and how is it protected• Stimulate south south learning to generate a vision
  • 10. Priority Considerations• Support convening in countries and regions to bring people together on CRVS• Support local research on local initiatives and findings and learnings• Bringing the idea of accountability to countries and sharing available options, analyse situation and develop priorities• Build on what is already going on
  • 11. Priority Considerations• Get countries to invest themselves• Envision countries – create a process of change not a project• Support country plans (how do CRVS and eHealth and health sector plans integrate?)
  • 12. What are the current facilitation coordination mechanisms at global level that can support this area of work.• Strong regional initiatives that need to be supported – ESCAP – UNECIA – ASSD – UN Statistics• HMN MOVE IT•
  • 13. Commission as catalyst• Envision countries and facilitate and support a process of change

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