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One country platform for information and accountability From Brussels to Nairobi Fourth IHP+ Country Health Sector Teams Meeting Accelerating progress, sustaining results 11-14 December 2012, Nairobi, Kenya
One country-led M&E platform for the national health strategy Sound M&E plan as part of the national health strategy plan: indicators & targets, data sources; roles & responsibilities; reviews etc. Comprehensive regular progress and performance reviews of national health strategies (annual, midterm, final) with involvement of key stakeholders (government, DPs, CSO, MPs etc.), supported by quality data Institutional capacity to support regular M&E of the national health strategy in Ministries and country institutions Alignment and investment of international partners with one country-led M&E platform
Progress from Brussels to Nairobi M&E plan: several countries have developed comprehensive M&E plans as part of the new 5 year health sector strategic plan Reviews: extensive processes in many countries with variable approaches and quality, in terms of: preparation, including subnational involvement data availability & quality: gaps in HMIS, facility data, some admin data, but improving analysis and synthesis of evidence: progress and performance report, well presented genuine involvement of relevant stakeholders: translating the results of the review for planning Institutional capacity: some progress, but still major issue in many countries Alignment and investment: several positive developments and good intentions; Global Fund, GAVI, accountability commission
Country accountability framework Commission on information and accountability for women's and children's health: used IHP+ M&E framework 10 recommendations multi-stakeholder workplan –Monitoring results; Tracking resources –Birth and death registration; maternal death surveillance and response –EHealth and innovation; evidence driven advocacy –Strengthening reviews and oversight Includes 75 countries –71 completed self-assessment of current status of accountability for health, with special reference to women's and children's health
Country teams Handout: Results of the country accountability framework self- assessment are summarized for selected topics focusing on review practices for each country Question: Based on the accountability self-assessment of your country team, what would be the top priority areas for strengthening the country platform for information and accountability in your country, including the role of DPs? Please record the 2-3 top priority areas for your country on a piece of paper (these will be collected at end of session)
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