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  • Social, structural, geographic, environmental barriers to healthHealth as a human right
  • Inspiration for ongoing work of organization and the work of the Board this afternoon
  • CORE_End of meeting summary_Judy Lewis

    1. 1. CAPACITYSTRENGTHENINGFOR GLOBALHEALTHAPRIL 2013
    2. 2. Capacity Strengthening What CORE has always done… Learning to do it better UtilizingPartnershipsAccountabilityIntegrationLearning
    3. 3. Three Institutional Capacity AreasWhere Change Should Occur Conduciveness of political environment Priorities of government, private sector andcivil society Efficiency of policy instruments Rules, regulations, laws and standards Effectiveness of organizationalarrangements Systems, rules of action, processes,personnel and other resources with whichactors work together
    4. 4. OpenKnowledgeconnect toglobal knowledgeCollaborativeGovernancecoalesce stakeholdersto make change happenInnovativeSolutionsscan & incubateinnovationsGrowth &CompetitivenessFragile States Governance Climate ChangeHealth Systems Urban PPP OthersCatalyze change for development resultsStructuredlearninge-InstituteKnowledgeExchangeSSKEOpen Government &Open AidParticipation &Oversight by Non-Government ActorsCitizen Feedbackusing ICTsMulti-stakeholderCollaborative ActionCompetitions & GrandChallengesDevelopmentMarketplace DM 2.0Innovation LabBy strengthening the capacity of government and non-governmental actorsto collectively tackle development challengesResults Areas
    5. 5. Six Learning Outcomes Essentialto Capacity Development Raised awareness Enhanced skills Improved consensus/teamwork Fostered coalitions/networks Formulated policy/strategy Implemented strategy/planAltered StatusAlteredProcessesInnovations
    6. 6. Altered Status Mental Health Child Development Adolescents M-health Workplace Trauma Assessment and Measurement Respectful Maternity Care
    7. 7. Altered Processes Improved iCCM with collaboration andcommunity participation NGO-Corporate partnerships for health CORE Polio Secretariats Global Development Alliance INGO, local NGO and MoH partnerships
    8. 8. Innovations Cost-effective ways of delivering services andinformation Decreased stunting through WASHinterventions—integrated approaches Increasing long-term impact through inter-sectoral interventions Sustainability—incentives and measurementfor long lasting results
    9. 9. Your Feedback…Mental Health Rocks!MOOCs are cool, Funalternatives to focus groupsopen onlinecourses! HenryPerry!SUPER interestingpresentation from ParulChristian (JH) at SM/RH -nutrition working groupmeeting!Lee worered shortsin highschool
    10. 10. CORE Working Groups Intimacy and connectedness New members New board members New friends, old friends, surprising connections CORE small enough that we can appreciate each others’strengths, skills and talentAND accept and respect our differences
    11. 11. Strategic Planning Improving local capacity Helping develop in-country networks forsharing information and learning Working within existing alliances Bringing CORE members within a countrytogether Regional training, translation of tools Promoting integration and collaboration Creating opportunities and using our strengths
    12. 12. Leonardo Cubillos Turriago“A post-2015 world should have more engagement ofpeople, inclusivity, transparency, and accountability.Emerging governance models also provideopportunities for far greater citizen participation,influence and intersectoral action.Civil society and community dimensions of “countryownership” are vital for both strong policy developmentand for holding all stakeholders accountable forprogress.”High Level Dialogue on Health in the Post-2015 Development Agenda,Gaborone, 4-5 March 2013
    13. 13. Thank You Event SponsorsOtsukaPhilips Health CareK4Health
    14. 14. Thank You CORE Staff andConsultants Natalie Neumann Alyssa Christenson Pinky Patel Shannon Downey Joan Whelan Unjum Pervez Samson Abebe Karen LeBan Lynette Friedman Claire Boswell Magda Anchondo Gery Sicola
    15. 15. THANK YOU!

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