• Share
  • Email
  • Embed
  • Like
  • Save
  • Private Content
Unicef rotary un day 3 november 2012
 

Unicef rotary un day 3 november 2012

on

  • 585 views

 

Statistics

Views

Total Views
585
Views on SlideShare
373
Embed Views
212

Actions

Likes
0
Downloads
4
Comments
0

1 Embed 212

http://riunday1.org 212

Accessibility

Categories

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Microsoft PowerPoint

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

    Unicef rotary un day 3 november 2012 Unicef rotary un day 3 november 2012 Presentation Transcript

    • A Promise Renewed- the knowledge, thetools and the will toend preventablechild deaths Rotary United Nations Day New York, 3 November 2012Ian PettChief, Health Systems and Strategic Planning
    • The global burden of under-five deaths has fallen steadilysince 1990Global number of under-five deaths, selected years 14 12.0 12 10.8 Millions of under-five deaths 10 9.6 8.2 8 6.9 6 4 2 0 1990 1995 2000 2005 2011 Source: The UN Inter-agency Group for Child Mortality Estimation, 2012; provided by SMS/DPS/UNICEF
    • The global under-five mortality rate has fallen by 41% from1990 to 2011Under-five and neonatal mortality rate, 1990-2010 100 U5MR 87 90 NMR 80 Deaths per 1,000 live births 70 60 51 50 40 30 MDG Target: 29 32 20 22 10 0 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 Source: The UN Inter-agency Group for Child Mortality Estimation, 2012; provided by SMS/DPS/UNICEF
    • The global burden of under-five deaths is increasinglyconcentrated in sub-Saharan Africa and South AsiaShare of under-five deaths by region (%) 100% 90% 80% Share of under-five deaths 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 Sub-Saharan Africa South Asia East Asia and Pacific Middle East and North Africa Latin America and the Caribbean CEE/CIS Rest of the World Source: The UN Inter-agency Group for Child Mortality Estimation, 2012; provided by SMS/DPS/UNICEF
    • Half of global under-five deaths occurred in just 5 countriesNumber of under-five deaths by country (in thousands) India, 1,655 Other countries, 2, 716 Nigeria, 756 Democratic Afghanistan, Republic of 128 the Congo, 465 Uganda, 131 Pakistan, 352 Bangladesh, 134 China, 249 Indonesia, 13 Ethiopia, 194 4 Source: The UN Inter-agency Group for Child Mortality Estimation, 2012; provided by SMS/DPS/UNICEF
    • 8 of the 10 countries with the highest under fivechild mortality rates are affected by violence orin ‘fragile situations’ 1) Sierra Leone(185 per 1000 live births) 11) Cameroon 2) Somalia 12) Guinea 3) Mali 13) Niger 4) Chad 14) Nigeria 5) Democratic Republic of the Congo 15) South Sudan 6) Central African Republic 16) Equatorial Guinea 7) Guinea-Bissau 17) Mauritania 8) Angola 18) Togo 9) Burkina Faso 19) Benin 10) Burundi 20) Swaziland (104 per 1000 live births)Source for mortality rank: UN Inter-agency Group for Child Mortality Estimation 2012; Fragile Situation countriesare shown in red (source: World Bank 2011) 6
    • Global Causes of Under-Five Deaths in 2010 Through synergy with infectious diseases undernutrition causes 35% of child deaths
    • Every Woman, Every Child - the GlobalStrategy For Women’s And Children’sHealth
    • 164 Governments Pledged to datePlus Hundreds of• Civil Society organisations• Faith Based organisations• and individuals www.apromiserenewed.org
    • Child Health Progresson interventioncoverage addressingNeonatal deathsPMTCTVaccine preventable diseasesPneumoniaDiarrhoeaMalariathrough addressing disparities andusing more effective service deliverymodels, particularly community basedhealth care
    • Global Polio Eradication Initiative: The Global Picture
    • Context: Poliovirus Distribution 1988-2012 1988EndemicRe-established 2012
    • The Remaining Polio Sanctuaries in priority countries Total cases in 2012: 175 In 2011 (to date): 650 Total in 2011: 489 Data as of Oct 29, 2012
    • Polio-paralyzed children at 29 Oct 2011 vs. 2012 150 2011 2012 125 100 Cases 75 50 25 0 Pakistan Afghanistan Nigeria Chad
    • UNICEF’s role in GPEIUNICEF leads in : – Communication and social mobilization in priority countries – Vaccine procurement and delivery – Cold chain and logistics supportUNICEF supports – Global advocacy and resource mobilization – Funding through own contributions – Technical support to SIAs at country level – Operation financing in selected countries – Strengthening routine immunization
    • Vaccine Security to support GPEISustained, uninterrupted supply of affordable,quality vaccines• tOPV, mOPV1, mOPV3; bOPV (first time used in Dec 2009)• In 2011, UNICEF has procured over 1.6 billion doses of OPV, with value of over $185 million, for delivery to 76 countries for routine immunization and SIAs ~85% of procurement for SIAs• Supply Division is continuously working with partners and manufacturers to address the changing epidemiology (outbreaks, circulation), and changing availability of polio vaccines (pre-qualification, registration, licensing, etc)
    • GPEI Financing 2012-2013: $1.48 billion in contributions G8 14% UK Russian USCDC Federation EC Domestic Japan Canada USAID Resources Bangladesh 23% Japan International India Cooperation Agency Loan Conversion Nigeria UNICEF Angola Multilateral Sector 6% Australia WHO Luxembourg IFFIm Others World Bank Non-G8 OECD/ Bill and Melinda Other 2% Gates Foundation Rotary International Current Funding Gap: US$ 700 m of US$ 2.18 b budget Private Sector Firm Prospects: US$ 360m 20% Best Case Gap: US$ 340m‘Other’ includes: the Governments of Austria, Brunei, Estonia, Finland, Monaco, Nepal and Turkey, plus other Institutions: Chevron (Angola), CentralEmergency Response Fund (CERF), Common Humanitarian Fund (South Sudan), the GOOGLE Foundation/Matching Grant, Total E&P (Angola) andWHO core resources.
    • 2013-2018 Headline Endgame Costs WHO/UNICEF Gates 2013 - 18 2013 - 18 Total costs $6.3B $6.9B with Gov India Total costs w/o $5.2B $5.5B Gov of India 20
    • SummaryCurrently GPEI is reporting the lowest number of cases in the fewest areas andthe least number of infected countries everAchievements remain fragile and require continued vigilanceApproaching the low season there is urgency in addressing remaining risks by: • Improving quality of activities in the sanctuaries: focusing on both operations and communication in the highest risk areas • Addressing the significant funding gap • Securing commitment and ownership at all levels • Addressing the decline in access to children in high threat environments
    • 22