Keeping promises, Measuring results:The Global Strategy and Accountability for     Womens and Childrens Health            ...
10 COMMISSION RECOMMENDATIONS10 COMMISSION RECOMMENDATIONS MULTI-STAKEHOLDER STRATEGIC MULTI-STAKEHOLDER STRATEGIC      WO...
From recommendations                                                 to actions                                           ...
Key actions, features of                                             success   NHA & MNCH tracking                        ...
Key actions, features of                                            success    NHA & MNCH tracking                        ...
Key actions, features of                                             success    NHA & MNCH tracking                       ...
Common elements• Institutional capacity• Advocacy, engagement of civil society, mobilization through mass  media, engageme...
Country roll-out• Country heterogeneity is a given: start where the country is at• Country outreach, assessment and priori...
Global processes• Our Own accountability    – Tracking for transparency and coordination – web based, dedicated staff    –...
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Ties Boerma. “Keeping Promises, Measuring Results: The Global Strategy and Accountability for Women’s and Children’s Health - Summary Report.” (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.

Closing Remarks and Final Thoughts (Plenary)

21-22 November 2011

Published in: Health & Medicine, Technology
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“Keeping Promises, Measuring Results: The Global Strategy and Accountability for Women’s and Children’s Health - Summary Report ” (English)

  1. 1. Keeping promises, Measuring results:The Global Strategy and Accountability for Womens and Childrens Health Summary 22 November 2011
  2. 2. 10 COMMISSION RECOMMENDATIONS10 COMMISSION RECOMMENDATIONS MULTI-STAKEHOLDER STRATEGIC MULTI-STAKEHOLDER STRATEGIC WORKPLAN & BUDGET WORKPLAN & BUDGET CONCRETE ACTIONS CONCRETE ACTIONS Specific goals, priorities, activities, Specific goals, priorities, activities, roles & responsibilities roles & responsibilities
  3. 3. From recommendations to actions NHA & MNCH trackingCOMMISSIONRECOMMENDATIONS Country M&E systems1 Monitoring results & CRVS Birth and death registration2 11 core indicators & equity Quality of care and maternal3 Digital health & innovation Country death surveillance & response Actions4 Financial indicators tracked Digital health & innovation5 Comprehensive reporting Country review processes6 Capacity for NHA7 National Accountability Advocacy and actionmechanisms Monitoring results8 Global transparency Global actions9 MNCH specific reporting Tracking resources10 Expert Review Mechanism Global review (iERG)
  4. 4. Key actions, features of success NHA & MNCH tracking Plan to track resources for health & RMNCH WHO, WB, USAID, BMGF, + Coordination mechanism, partner agreement Country M&E systems Institutional capacity, data collection systemsBirth and death registration Quality of care and maternaldeath surveillance & response Strong M&E plan and platform, partner alignment Digital health & innovation IHP+ quality & transparency Data M&E Working Group Country review processes Institutional capacity and innovation Advocacy and action Monitoring results CRVS systems assessments & plans Regional collaborations Government commitment & capacity Tracking resources HMN MoVE IT Innovative approaches tested / scaled up Global review (iERG)
  5. 5. Key actions, features of success NHA & MNCH tracking Maternal death surveillance & response system Institutional capacity to review & respond WHO, CDC, acad.inst. Country M&E systems Regular quality of care assessments Birth and death registration Quality of care and maternaldeath surveillance & response Innovative applications for all areas of Digital health & innovation Innovation Working Group womens and childrens health (scale) National eHealth / digital strategy for health Country review processes Advocacy and action Monitoring results Use health sector reviews / IHP+ approach Strengthen MNCH component in reviews IHP+, Countdown, H4+ Tracking resources Institutionalize CD as follow up or complement Global review (iERG)
  6. 6. Key actions, features of success NHA & MNCH tracking Strengthen regional & national mechanisms Full engagement of CS inH4+ PMNCH, EWEC, CD, reviews Country M&E systems Strengthen capacity & coordination, esp. CS Birth and death registration Quality of care and maternaldeath surveillance & response CD annual profiles and analyses (e.g. for ERG) Digital health & innovation Countdown, UNICEF, USAID/CDC Expand global tracking on MNCH / equity Ensure survey 2011-14 + capacity strengthening Country review processes Advocacy and action Global resource flows– OECD OECD Task Team Country data - WHO Monitoring results WHO, WB Tracking resources Global review (iERG)
  7. 7. Common elements• Institutional capacity• Advocacy, engagement of civil society, mobilization through mass media, engagement of politicians• Innovations, especially IT but also social innovation• Doing more with the same, supported by catalytic resources• Alignment of development partners critical• South to South learning and technical assistance
  8. 8. Country roll-out• Country heterogeneity is a given: start where the country is at• Country outreach, assessment and priority setting, resulting in roadmap – using a common tool• Process: multi-stakeholder multi-country workshops, multi stakeholder single country engagement; – Capacity building workshops for gov exp on RMNCH & health (2 in Africa) – Health data analysis workshop Qatar – Eastern & Southern Africa Situation assessment & roadmap• Rapidly expanding number of countries engaged
  9. 9. Global processes• Our Own accountability – Tracking for transparency and coordination – web based, dedicated staff – Report cards: IHP+ approach to mutual accountability – Expert Review Group• Coordination in specific areas: use of existing platforms – PMNCH (advocacy) – IHP+ M&E working group (results) – HMN MoVE IT initiative (CRVS) – H4+ with a lead agency – Countdown collaboration• Overall coordination: – Stakeholders forum for accountability (?)
  10. 10. THANK YOU

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