UNICEF (Medium Term) Strategic Plan 2014-2017:
“Realizing the rights of every child, especially the most disadvantaged”

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Vision for children
UNICEF will promote the rights of every
child, everywhere, in everything the organization
does.
The eq...
Vision for children
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to live free of illness and preventable disease
to be protected from HIV infecti...
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2006 - 2013

2014 - 2017

Survival

Health
Nutrition
WASH

Education

Education

Child Protection

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Advancing the Rights of Every Child
Advancing the rights of every child
SURVIVE

TO THRIVE

FROM ARRIVAL

INTO ADULTHOOD

En weer terug
Net als bij voeding

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Humanitarian Action, prominenter

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Gender, meer aandacht

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UNICEF heeft 8 strategieën,
“move towards policy advocacy”, O’Malley
Director DPS

1. Capacity development for system stre...
Meer aandacht
voor
Results-Based
Management
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Advancing the Rights of Every Child
Anticiperend op
vermoedelijke
post-2015 doelen
(o.a. universaliteit)

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Advancing the Rights of Every Child
Weer terug naar
Outputs en
Outcomes
(geen IRs en PCRs meer)

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Advancing the Rights of Every Child
Outputs en targets georganiseerd
rond 6 categorieën
1. Promoten van kennis en gedragsverandering
2. Vergroten capaciteit o...
Of te wel
• Benadrukken van bijdragen aan impact
• Benadrukken van samenspel tussen sectoren
• Benadrukken dat we altijd h...
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Advancing the rights of
every child,
especially in
humanitarian situations

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Advancing ...
2017 en verder…?
UNICEF 4.0

Reactie op een veranderende wereld;
>multipolair; BRICS, N11, G20, nieuwe hulpvormen
>milieu,...
© UNICEF/CHRIS TIDEY

Thank You
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Een paar
voorbeelden
Outcome
targets
Advancing the Rights of Every Child
1. Health
At least 80% of all
live births are
attend by a skilled
birth attendant
At least 80% of all
women are
attended a...
2. HIV and AIDS
At least 80% global
anti-retroviral
therapy coverage
for eligible girls and
boys
At least 80% global
anti-...
3. Water, Sanitation and Hygiene
100% of people
affected by
humanitarian
situations have
access to safe
drinking water
Inc...
4. Nutrition
During humanitarian
situations, at least 75
% recovery rate
among children
affected by severe
acute malnutrit...
Child protection
30% reduction in
women married by
age 18 in countries
where the prevalence
is at least 25%

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Education
Achieving gross
pre-primary
enrolment ratio
above 80% for
girls

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Achiev...
Social inclusion
Children in most
vulnerable and
excluded populations
covered by social
protection systems
Countries with ...
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  • We propose to contribute to seven impact-level results. Five of these correspond closely to the sectoral or thematic areas where we are already working, although we have separated out some issues that were previously bundled together in order to more clearly articulate our results chains in health, HIV, water & sanitation, nutrition and education. The sixth proposed area of focus, called ‘exploitation and violence’ in the paper you received, builds on our work in child protection but we propose to increase attention to supportive families and cross-sectoral work in this area, building on the End of Cycle.Similarly, the seventh area of work, called ‘poverty and discrimination’ in the paper you received, builds on our current work on policy advocacy and partnerships for children’s rights, but with a clearer focus on specific results for children and increased attention to the importance of social inclusion, social protection and poverty reduction, as flagged in the QCPR.Human rights and gender equality remain as important normative principles, alongside an increased emphasis on environmental sustainability. For each impact level results for children, UNICEF will contribute to the results for children at the impact level by achieving results at outcomes clustered around:Policies and budgets: including policy, legislation, budgets, standards and evidence.Access and quality of services: including availability, accessibility and quality of necessary commodities and infrastructure; capacity and performance of service-providers; and performance and accountability of institutions.Utilization, behaviour and participation: including supportive social norms; knowledge, awareness and practice of key behaviours; improvement of processes to promote the participation of children, communities and CSOs including demand for services.Humanitarian: Based on the Core Commitments for Children.Outputs UNICEF specific outputs that directly contribute to the outcomes and impact level results
  • Presentation UNICEF strategic-plan-2014-2017-nov13

    1. 1. UNICEF (Medium Term) Strategic Plan 2014-2017: “Realizing the rights of every child, especially the most disadvantaged” © UNICEF/NYHQ2012-2146/LEMOYNE Click to edit Master subtitle style
    2. 2. Vision for children UNICEF will promote the rights of every child, everywhere, in everything the organization does. The equity strategy, emphasizing the most disadvantaged and excluded children and families, translates this commitment to children's rights into action. Eerste keer Equity focus het hart van strategische plan 2 Advancing the Rights of Every Child
    3. 3. Vision for children 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. to live free of illness and preventable disease to be protected from HIV infection and live free from AIDS to drink clean water and practice safe sanitation and hygiene to be well nourished NEW to benefit from a quality education social inclusion to live free from exploitation and violence to grow up in supportive and protective family and community environments; and to be supported to mitigate the effects of poverty. FA1 opgesplitst – omdat 1, 3, en 4 al lang niet meer alleen over de allerjongsten gaan 3 Advancing the Rights of Every Child
    4. 4. Kan ook zo vergelijken 2006 - 2013 2014 - 2017 Survival Health Nutrition WASH Education Education Child Protection Child Protection Click to edit Master subtitle style HIV & AIDS HIV & AIDS Policy and Partnerships Integrated into other areas NEW 4 Advancing the Rights of Every Child Social inclusion
    5. 5. 5 Advancing the Rights of Every Child
    6. 6. Advancing the rights of every child SURVIVE TO THRIVE FROM ARRIVAL INTO ADULTHOOD En weer terug Net als bij voeding 6 Advancing the Rights of Every Child
    7. 7. Humanitarian Action, prominenter Click to edit Master subtitle style 7
    8. 8. Gender, meer aandacht Click to edit Master subtitle style 8
    9. 9. UNICEF heeft 8 strategieën, “move towards policy advocacy”, O’Malley Director DPS 1. Capacity development for system strengthening 2. Research, evidence and knowledge management 3. Policy dialogue, advocacy and communication 4. South-south and triangular cooperation 5. Communication for development 6. Partnerships Click to edit Master subtitle style 7. Identify and promote effective innovation 8. Service delivery 9 Als laatste genoemd
    10. 10. Meer aandacht voor Results-Based Management 10 Advancing the Rights of Every Child
    11. 11. Anticiperend op vermoedelijke post-2015 doelen (o.a. universaliteit) 11 Advancing the Rights of Every Child
    12. 12. Weer terug naar Outputs en Outcomes (geen IRs en PCRs meer) 12 Advancing the Rights of Every Child
    13. 13. Outputs en targets georganiseerd rond 6 categorieën 1. Promoten van kennis en gedragsverandering 2. Vergroten capaciteit om sociale dienstverlening 3. Vergroten capaciteit voor wetgeving en begroting voor kinderen 4. Vergroten capaciteit in humanitaire situaties Click to edit Master subtitle style 5. Vergroten capaciteit voor “evidence” 6. “Enabling environment” op regionaal en mondiaal 13 niveau
    14. 14. Of te wel • Benadrukken van bijdragen aan impact • Benadrukken van samenspel tussen sectoren • Benadrukken dat we altijd hele life cycle beslaan • UNICEF is een humanitaire organisatie Click to edit Master subtitle style 14
    15. 15. © UNICEF/NYHQ2012-0206/Romenzi Advancing the rights of every child, especially in humanitarian situations 15 Advancing the Rights of Every Child
    16. 16. 2017 en verder…? UNICEF 4.0 Reactie op een veranderende wereld; >multipolair; BRICS, N11, G20, nieuwe hulpvormen >milieu, klimaat, bronnen schaarste >technologische innovaties >demografie; meer dan 9 miljard, vooral in steden, midden klasse, ouderen en Afrikaans in 2050 Click to edit Master subtitle style UNICEF moet zorgen dat kinderen centraal staan – als de bouwers van een duurzame wereld, als bewijs van een duurzame toekomst, en als belangrijke deelnemers aan ontwikkeling
    17. 17. © UNICEF/CHRIS TIDEY Thank You
    18. 18. 18 Een paar voorbeelden Outcome targets Advancing the Rights of Every Child
    19. 19. 1. Health At least 80% of all live births are attend by a skilled birth attendant At least 80% of all women are attended at least four times during pregnancy Click to edit Master subtitle style 19 At least 60% of all newborns of both sexes receive a postnatal visit within two days
    20. 20. 2. HIV and AIDS At least 80% global anti-retroviral therapy coverage for eligible girls and boys At least 80% global anti-retroviral therapy coverage for pregnant women living with HIV Click to edit Master subtitle style 20 Countries where a minimum of 50% of domestic HIV/AIDS budget funded through domestic resources
    21. 21. 3. Water, Sanitation and Hygiene 100% of people affected by humanitarian situations have access to safe drinking water Increase in proportion of global population with sustainable access to safe drinking water, adequate sanitation and household hand washing facilities, Click to edit Master subtitle style 21 Countries implement national sanitation budget of at least 0.5% of GDP
    22. 22. 4. Nutrition During humanitarian situations, at least 75 % recovery rate among children affected by severe acute malnutrition 50% of children exclusively breastfed Click to edit Master subtitle style 22
    23. 23. Child protection 30% reduction in women married by age 18 in countries where the prevalence is at least 25% Click to edit Master subtitle style 23 20% reduction in girls 15-19 who have experienced sexual violence (forced to have sexual intercourse) in countries with prevalence of at least five)
    24. 24. Education Achieving gross pre-primary enrolment ratio above 80% for girls Click to edit Master subtitle style 24 Achieving primary/lower secondary school age out-ofschool rate below 5% for girls
    25. 25. Social inclusion Children in most vulnerable and excluded populations covered by social protection systems Countries with national policy, budgetary frameworks and allocations that explicitly address child poverty and disparities Click to edit Master subtitle style 25 Countries with social protection systems that explicitly address the responsibility and barriers women confront as primary caretakers of children

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