Working Party on Statistics (WP-Stat) Task Team on MNCH (English)


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Romina Boseli. “Working Party on Statistics (WP-Stat) Task Team on MNCH.” (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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Working Party on Statistics (WP-Stat) Task Team on MNCH (English)

  1. 1. Working Party on Statistics(WP-Stat) Task Team on MNCH Status Update
  2. 2. Role of the Working Party on Statistics • Provides the public with reliable data on aid through the DAC’s statistical systems, including the annual DAC Aggregate Reporting System and the Creditor Reporting System (CRS). • Proposes and implements changes to ODA data collection (purpose codes, policy markers, types of aid). • Collaborates with sectoral specialists to establish definitions and guidelines. 2
  3. 3. Current Reporting on ODA for Health Health, general 012110: Health policy and administrative management 012181: Medical education/training 012182: Medical research 012191: Medical services Basic Health 012220: Basic health care 012230: Basic health infrastructure 012240: Basic nutrition 012250: Infectious disease control 012261: Health education 012262: Malaria control 012263: Tuberculosis control 012281: Health personnel development 3
  4. 4. Current Reporting on ODA for Health Population policies/programs and reproductive health 013010: Population policy and administrative management 013020: Reproductive health care 013030: Family planning 013040: STD control including HIV/AIDS 013081: Personnel development for population and reproductive health Full list of CRS purpose codes and definitions 4
  5. 5. Mandate of the Working Party on Statistics Task Team9. Reporting aid for women’s and children’s health: By 2012, development partners request the OECD- DAC to agree on how to improve the Creditor Reporting System so that it can capture, in a timely manner, all reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health spending by development partners. In the interim, development partners and the OECD implement a simple method for reporting such expenditure. 5
  6. 6. Working Party on Statistics Task TeamMeeting on MNCH• Participants from donor countries (statisticians and health experts), multilateral organizations, and NGOs.• Two options emerged for an RMNCH marker that would allow tracking at project level.• Definitions, guidelines, and examples to be developed to ensure data integrity and interpretation. 6
  7. 7. Timelines & Next Steps• Proposal for RMNCH marker to be presented at informal meeting of the Working Party on Statistics in February 2012 for discussion and elaboration.• Final proposal presented to formal meeting of the Working Party on Statistics in June 2012 for approval.• Reporting could commence in 2013 on 2012 aid flows. 7