“Accountability and IHP+” (English)

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“Accountability and IHP+.” (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 3C: Country Reviews / Accountability Mechanisms (IHP+)

21-22 November 2011

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“Accountability and IHP+” (English)

  1. 1. Accountability and IHP
  2. 2. Overview• Working on same platform, participation, common M&E, mutual accountability• Annual reviews - no standard way, but lessons learnt on content, methods, participation, timing, outcome, follow-up• Score cards for mutual accountability through self reporting by government and partners• IHP time-limited initiative – 25 partners, 30 member countries, but tools and processes adopted by others
  3. 3. Conditions for success – DRC example• Political dialogue at national level• National ownership, institutionalization• Partner engagement at all levels• Strong governance• Strong technical and political leadership
  4. 4. Gaps and solutions• Participation: involvement of parliaments (or other democratic institutions), civil society, professional organizations, private sector.• How accountability in context of the health sector links back to broader national accountability• Financial compacts should not be separate from the IHP or IHP-like compacts• Sustainability - beyond 2015
  5. 5. Suggestions• IHP is useful to build on and process should expand to more countries• In countries with compacts, focus on MNCH should be strongly incorporated. 11 indicators to be part of national M&E framework• Joint annual reviews – focus on MNCH is a welcome (results and resources)• Financial compacts (called for in COIA recommendation 5) should be part of existing compacts• Annual reviews: Lessons learned and process options should be taken forward by IHP + in collaboration with PMNCH• Institutionalizing national Countdown as a follow-up or a complement to the annual reviews welcome

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