Success Factors for Women’s and Children’s Health: Multisector Pathways to Progress
Country Policy Reports
Country multistakeholder dialogues were conducted in 10 selected low- and middle- income countries that are on the ‘fast track’ to achieving MDGs 4 and 5a. The primary objective was to identify factors both within and outside the health sector that have contributed to reductions in maternal and child mortality – focusing on how improvements were made, and emphasizing policy and programme management best practices.
As an output of the in-country multistakeholder dialogues process, ten country policy reports, focusing on how improvements were made in women’s and children’s health and emphasizing policy and programme management best practices, have been published. These country policy reports, authored by each Ministry of Health and international and national partners, are contributing to ongoing national and global efforts to strengthen leadership for RMNCAH and improve access to and use of RMNCAH knowledge.
Country Reports from 10 fast-track countries
More information on the country multistakeholder policy dialogues are provided for each country below.