Accountability for Women’s and Children’s Health

Work commissioned by the iERG

2014/2015

iERG official requests
Submissions are expected by 15 May 2015

A Promise Renewed

Progress report in the implementation of A Promise Renewed commitments in the 75 priority countries, including both under-five mortality and maternal mortality targets, highlighting both positive developments and challenges.

Action Aid

Report with information on how AA work supports the CoIA recommendations and how you are engaged in the national accountability mechanisms in the 75 priority countries, highlighting both positive developments and challenges.

Countdown to 2015

Family Care International

Progress report with information on how FCI work supports the CoIA recommendations and how you are engaged in the national accountability mechanisms in the 75 priority countries, highlighting both positive developments and challenges.

Family Planning 2020

Report on progress in monitoring the implementation of Family Planning commitments made in the 75 priority countries, highlighting both positive developments and challenges.

GAVI

Progress report on the vaccination agenda in the 75 priority countries, including the plans to scale up and strengthen routine immunization systems in these countries, highlighting both positive developments and challenges.

Global Fund

Evidence or case studies about the progress in implementation of health programmes supported by the Global Fund that cover a range of interventions for women and children across the continuum of pre-pregnancy, pregnancy, birth and infant and child care, including adolescent health metrics, worldwide and in particular in the 75 countries, highlighting both positive developments and challenges.

Guttmacher Institute

Report with data reflecting progress in addressing unsafe abortion worldwide and in particular in our 75 priority countries, especially among adolescents, highlighting both positive developments and challenges.

H4+

Progress report on monitoring the implementation of commitments made to the Global Strategy by the countries that are among the 75 priority countries, highlighting both positive developments and challenges.

IPPF

Report with information on how the work of IPPF supports the CoIA recommendations and how you are engaged in the national accountability mechanisms in the 75 priority countries, highlighting both positive developments and challenges.

IPU

Report on the progress achieved in parliamentary engagement and oversight for reproductive, maternal, newborn, and child health in the 75 priority countries, highlighting both positive developments and challenges in this area, in particular with regard to the IPU’s own Resolution on Women’s and Children’s Health.

ITU

Evidence on how information and communication technologies support the UN Secretary-General’s Global Strategy for Women’s and Children’s Health.

OHCHR

Report with evidence regarding the contribution of human rights instruments to women’s and children’s health.

Oxfam

Report regarding Oxfam’s contribution to the UN Secretary-General’s Global Strategy for Women’s and Children’s Health and implementation of the recommendations of the UN Commission on Information and Accountability for Women’s and Children’s Health, highlighting both positive developments and challenges.

PEPFAR

Progress report on how PEPFAR’s programmes are advancing women’s and children’s health worldwide and in particular in the 75 priority countries, highlighting both positive developments and challenges.

PMNCH

Report on the impact and implementation of the Global Strategy commitments by stakeholders, with a particular focus on the 75 priority countries. The report should pay particular attention to both donor and country commitments as well as to how the countries have performed and how they were financed.

RMNCH Steering Committee

Report on 2014/2015 progress related to the work of the RMNCH Steering Committee in the 75 priority countries, as well as an overview of the Committee's future strategy and plans after 2015.

SAGE

Progress report as well as any relevant update or information on immunization and the contribution it makes to children’s and women’s health worldwide and in particular in the 75 priority countries.

Save the Children

Report with information on how the work of the Save the Children supports the CoIA recommendations and how you are engaged in the national accountability mechanisms in the 75 priority countries, highlighting both positive developments and challenges.

UNAIDS

Report regarding the contribution of UNAIDS (and AIDS programmes more generally) to women’s and children’s health.

UN Commission on Life-Saving Commodities for Women and Children

Report on progress towards implementation of the Commission’s recommendations.

UNECA

Report with information on the progress in strengthening health information systems in the African countries.

UNSG

Summary of contributions the UN Secretary-General’s Global Strategy has made to the MDGs for women’s and children’s health.

WHO

(1) information on the progress made in implementing the first nine CoIA recommendations in the 75 priority countries;
(2) information on specific actions that were taken by WHO and the partners to address the iERG 2012, 2013, and 2014 recommendations, and their outcomes;
(3) WHO assessment of achievements of, and remaining challenges facing, the UN Secretary-General’s Global Strategy for Women’s and Children’s Health.

World Bank

Evidence or case studies about how the WB has supported the Global Strategy in the 75 countries of concern, highlighting both positive developments and challenges.

World Vision International

Report regarding World Vision’s contribution to Every Woman, Every Child and CoIA.
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