Prioritise engagement in Countries (SO1)
The Partnership seeks to Prioritise engagement in Countries (SO 1) and has, since 2009, been explicit that it is a Partner-centric organization. The overall focus of the Partnership’s work is to achieve results and impact in the countries where the need is greatest. The Partnership will leverage its core strengths - alignment, analysis, advocacy, and accountability – to support the Every Woman Every Child (EWEC) movement and deliver the Global Strategy. National action plans will form the binding forces around which key stakeholders will coalesce through multi-stakeholder platforms.
For 2017, the Partnership has identified a mix of Global Financing Facility (GFF) and non-GFF countries. The countries are Afghanistan, Malawi, Mozambique, Nigeria, Sierra Leone and India.
The Partnership, however, continues to work in a universal way, reaching for impact in all countries and not only in the focus countries. By creating an inclusive environment and facilitating dialogue and interaction among different stakeholders from across the SRMNCAH and health-enhancing sectors at all levels, The Partnership seeks to build alignment and strengthen the agenda for action in countries, including helping them to implement the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
The Partnership’s Value-add at country level
Guidance note on the Partnership’s universal approach to country engagement
Guidance note on engagement with focus countries
- Essential Interventions, Commodities and Guidelines for Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn and Child Health
- Global Investment Framework for Women’s and Children’s health
- Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) for Women’s and Children’s Health
- A multisectoral policy compendium for RMNCH
- Multi-Stakeholder Dialogues for Women’s and Children’s Health
- PMNCH Knowledge Summaries
- Success Factors for Women’s and Children’s Health: Multisector Pathways to Progress
- Guidance Note: Inclusive Multi-stakeholder Country Platforms in Support of Every Woman Every Child