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Jonathan post 2015 aids architecture and m is

  1. 1. Post 2015 AIDS architecture And member institutes
  2. 2. African common position on the post-2015 development agenda
  3. 3. African common position on the post- 2015 development agenda Limited role of African stakeholders in MDGs recognized. Consultations convened by: • Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) • Africa Union Commission (AUC) • African Development Bank (AfDB) • United Nations Development Programme’s Regional Bureau for Africa (UNDP/RBA)
  4. 4. Development outcomes in the African Common Position Four broad development outcomes as priorities: 1. Structural economic transformation and inclusive growth 2. Innovation and technology transfer 3. Human development 4. Financing and partnerships
  5. 5. Focusing on Development outcome 3: HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
  6. 6. Human Development Eradication of Extreme Poverty • Improved access to social protection for: Women; Children; Elderly; People with disabilities; Rural populations; and Displaced persons and migrants • Move all individuals above the extreme poverty line
  7. 7. Human Development Education and Human Capacity Development Improved quality of teaching Access to quality primary, secondary and technical and vocational education Strengthened curricula for primary and secondary education to include life skills, civic, sexuality and reproductive health education Higher completion rates at all levels of education Strengthened linkages between educational system and labour market demands Promoting: pre-schooling, tertiary education, non-formal education
  8. 8. Human Development Universal and equitable access to quality healthcare • Improved maternal, newborn and child health • Enhanced access to sexual and reproductive health and rights, including family planning • Special focus on vulnerable groups including children, the youth, the unemployed, the elderly and people with disabilities • Reduced incidence of communicable diseases (HIV/AIDS, Malaria and TB), noncommunicable diseases (including mental health) and emerging diseases • Strengthened health systems, including health financing • Improved hygiene and sanitation • Improved monitoring and evaluation, and quality assurance systems
  9. 9. Human Development Gender equality and women‘s empowerment • Improving and sustaining gender parity at all levels of education, with special emphasis on secondary and tertiary education • Creating a positive environment for girls at school, including increased representation of female teachers • Enhancing women’s occupational mobility and eliminating wage inequality • Increasing women’s access to and control over land and other productive assets • Eradicating violence against women and children • Eradicating harmful practices such as FGM and early marriage • Eliminating gender-based discrimination in political and decision-making processes
  10. 10. Human Development Water resource management • Enhanced access to safe drinking water in urban and rural areas • Improved sanitation services in rural and urban areas
  11. 11. And so ……..?
  12. 12. Possible implications SDGs will take global focus and funds Poverty & Inequity, gender, and environment will dominate Trade will overshadow aid Aid will be linked to private sector growth Health systems will eclipse community systems NACs and NSPs will decrease in importance
  13. 13. Any silver linings ….? HIV response has given us tools, experience and principles: • People participation & community mobilization • Rights focus • Results focus • Focus on transparency, accountability and M&E • Dialogue and engagement
  14. 14. What is your contribution?

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