Comments requested for Draft 2 - PMNCH Workplan
30 AUGUST 2011 | GENEVA – The Executive Committee (EC) of the Partnership for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (Partnership) is asking PMNCH stakeholders to comment on the second draft of the evolving Workplan for the Partnership. It builds on and is guided by the Partnership’s Strategic Framework for 2012 to 2015, as adopted by The Partnership’s Board at its 10th Meeting in June 2011. Comments are invited from PMNCH partners until 8 September 2011, and to be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
From the approved Strategic Framework, a draft of the 2012 Workplan was developed. This second draft is presented as a narrative framework, incorporating initial comments received, and it sets out the Outcomes, Deliverables and Products in relation to each Strategic Objective. This document is intended tol be of a dynamic nature, and it is aimed at guiding the work of The Partnership for 2012.
The draft Workplan ( find link below) is being shared with PMNCH members as part of an ongoing consultation exercise to elicit views and comments in an attempt to make this a partner-centric Workplan while reflecting the Vision and Mission of the Partnership.
The Workplan is not intended to capture everything in which partners of PMNCH are engaged. The Workplan is intended to indicate those areas where PMNCH and its partners collectively ‘add value’ to an objective or outcome, by doing something collectively – in partnership – that could not be achieved by any one partner on its own.
DEADLINE FOR COMMENTS: 8 September 2011 (Close of Business, Geneva time)
The Executive Committee has requested members to consult within their organization and return their feedback and comments to email@example.com through their designated Focal Point. Comments from PMNCH members are to be sent by 8th September 2011.
Once the consultation period has finished, PMNCH Executive Committee and Secretariat will work to reflect relevant comments, where possible, in the next version of the Workplan.
The development of future iterations of the document will be overseen by the Partnership’s Executive Committee (a subset of the PMNCH Board), and presented for approval to the PMNCH Board at its 11th Meeting Paris, France (25 and 26 October 2011).
PMNCH member inputs into this important process are greatly appreciated and the Executive Committee thanks all members for their contributions to our joint work for women’s and children’s health around the world.
The Executive Committee of the Partnership