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From question 1.7: Our financial commitment to the Global Strategy is new and additional. It means considerable additional support compared to what we have committed to RMNCH previously. (...) Were those additional funding needs included in any financial commitment you may have made to the Global Strategy (see question 1.1)? (...) It’s difficult to say if the Global Strategy had an impact on the size of the additional commitments to women’s and children’s health.
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Score: 660819.73 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/topi...cations/pmnch2011_quest_uk.pdf
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Refining the Financial Estimates: Overlapping and Additional Funding The Global Strategy has succeeded in leveraging a significant amount of confirmed additional funding, in addition to previously existing financing for women’s and children’s health. (...) If it is assumed that donors would disburse all their commitments to the Global Strategy in 2011-2015, donors would on average spend an additional US$ 2.5 billion per year in 2011-2015. (...)  Is your financial commitment additional to what you would have spent in 2011 on RMNCH in the absence of the Global Strategy?
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Score: 658847.36 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/topi...port_financial_commitments.pdf
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Question 1.8 To what extent is your commitment new and additional to previous spending for health? For example, is your commitment additional to what you would have spent in 2011 on RMNCH in the absence of the launch of the Global Strategy? (...) Were those additional funding needs included in any financial commitment you may have made to the Global Strategy (see question 1.1)? (...) Question 3.2 In what specific ways did the launch of the Global Strategy assist you in providing additional support for women’s and children’s health?
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Score: 658413.57 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/topi...ons/pmnch_2011_quest_japan.pdf
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1 See explanation under 1.1 Question 1.8 To what extent is your commitment new and additional to previous spending for health? For example, is your commitment additional to what you would have spent in 2011 on RMNCH in the absence of the launch of the Global Strategy? (...) Were those additional funding needs included in any financial commitment you may have made to the Global Strategy (see question 1.1)? (...) Question 3.2 In what specific ways did the launch of the Global Strategy assist you in providing additional support for women’s and children’s health?
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Score: 656868.6 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/topi...cations/pmnch2011_quest_ec.pdf
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Question 1.8 To what extent is your commitment new and additional to previous spending for health? For example, is your commitment additional to what you would have spent in 2011 on RMNCH in the absence of the launch of the Global Strategy? (...) Were those additional funding needs included in any financial commitment you may have made to the Global Strategy (see question 1.1)? (...) Question 3.2 In what specific ways did the launch of the Global Strategy assist you in providing additional support for women’s and children’s health?
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Score: 652779 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/topi...s/pmnch_2011_quest_france..pdf
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If double-counted commitments are excluded, the current amount of the commitments ranges between US$41 – 45 billion. Global Strategy commitment-makers tripled to 300 in 2014 – up from 111 commitment-makers in 2010 p Disbursed commitments p Undisbursed commitments New and additional funding $11.2bn $7–11.1 bn $18.2–22.3 bn Financial commitments to the Global Strategy have now reached almost US$60 billion (i.e. (...) A total of US$18–22 billion is new and additional funding – with US$13–17 billion targeted at the 49 focus countries of the Global Strategy. (...) “Double-counting” relates to funding committed twice by different stakeholders. New and additional funding relates to investments that stakeholders committed in addition to their RMNCH spending levels prior to the Global Strategy.
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Score: 651903.2 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/know...tions/pmnch_report14_flyer.pdf
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1 1) Before: broad spending on health, not strategic focus on MNCH; after (started late 2009 / early 2010): strategic focus; 7/11 strategy MNCH community and family level 2) Increased investment on health (from $280m to 330m per year) Question 1.8 To what extent is your commitment new and additional to previous spending for health? For example, is your commitment additional to what you would have spent in 2011 on RMNCH in the absence of the launch of the Global Strategy? (...) Were those additional funding needs included in any financial commitment you may have made to the Global Strategy (see question 1.1)?
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Score: 648927.54 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/topi...ations/pmnch2011_quest_wvi.pdf
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Question 1.8 To what extent is your commitment new and additional to previous spending for health? For example, is your commitment additional to what you would have spent in 2011 on RMNCH in the absence of the launch of the Global Strategy? (...) Were those additional funding needs included in any financial commitment you may have made to the Global Strategy (see question 1.1)? (...) Question 3.2 In what specific ways did the launch of the Global Strategy assist you in providing additional support for women’s and children’s health?
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Score: 648592.7 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/topi...ch_2011_quest_unfoundation.pdf
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Question 1.8 To what extent is your commitment new and additional to previous spending for health? For example, is your commitment additional to what you would have spent in 2011 on RMNCH in the absence of the launch of the Global Strategy? (...) Were those additional funding needs included in any financial commitment you may have made to the Global Strategy (see question 1.1)? (...) Question 3.2 In what specific ways did the launch of the Global Strategy assist you in providing additional support for women’s and children’s health?
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Score: 648169.8 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/topi..._2011_quest_viivhealthcare.pdf
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Question 1.8 To what extent is your commitment new and additional to previous spending for health? For example, is your commitment additional to what you would have spent in 2011 on RMNCH in the absence of the launch of the Global Strategy? (...) Were those additional funding needs included in any financial commitment you may have made to the Global Strategy (see question 1.1)? (...) Question 3.2 In what specific ways did the launch of the Global Strategy assist you in providing additional support for women’s and children’s health?
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Score: 647266.1 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/topi...ons/pmnch2011_quest_norway.pdf
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