2012-15 PMNCH Workplans and Budgets

2014 PMNCH Workplan and Budget

The 2014 PMNCH Workplan and Budget was approved by the PMNCH Board on 31 January, 2014, following the recommendation of the Executive Committee. The PMNCH “Strategic Framework 2012-15” is the over-arching strategic document on which the 2014 Workplan and Budget has been based. Find a link on your right to the PMNCH 2012-15 Strategic Framework document.

The 2014 workplan has been developed in the context of the Partnership’s Vision and Mission:

  • Vision: The achievement of the MDGs, with women and children enabled to realize their right to the highest attainable standard of health in the years to 2015 and beyond.
  • Mission: Support Partners to align their strategic directions and catalyse collective action to achieve universal access to comprehensive, high-quality reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health care.

It also builds on the developments that have taken place in 2013 in national, regional and global efforts to improve women’s and children’s health, as well as lessons learned from the implementation of the 2013 workplan.

The workplan structure was developed to form the basis of a results framework that will underpin and guide the Partnership’s work in 2014. Building on the Partnership’s achievements in 2013, the 2014 workplan is structured around four outcomes, one special project and one cross cutting activity, which will enable the Partnership to make significant contribution to achieving its Vision and Mission, as set out below:

  • Outcome 1: Accelerate progress towards MDGs 4 and 5, and other relevant MDGs.
  • Outcome 2: Women’s and children’s health in post-2015 development agenda.
  • Outcome 3: Improve accountability for women’s and children’s health.
  • Outcome 4: Strengthen partner alignment.
  • Special Project: Countdown to 2015.
  • Cross-cutting Project: PMNCH 2014 Partners’ Forum.

Across the agreed outcomes and projects, the workplan is structured around delivering six priority areas of focus in 2014, including:

  • Prioritize parts of the continuum of care that require more focus (adolescent and newborn health).
  • Improve coverage of essential RMNCH interventions.
  • Learn lessons from the MDGs for the post-2015 era.
  • Influence the Sustainable Development Goal post-2015 process.
  • Track Every Woman Every Child commitments.
  • Hold the 2014 Partners’ Forum, co-hosted with A Promise Renewed, Countdown to 2015, and the iERG.