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Description of RMNCH Financing Facility   April 20, 2012 B12/12/ITEM7 PMNCH Task Team report – Page 1 of 18     RMNCH Financing The PMNCH Task Team on RMNCH Financing was established to make recommendations on options for strengthening RMNCH financing to contribute to accelerate progress in implementing the Global Strategy for Women’s and Children’s Health. (...) Feedback  on  the  RMNCH  financing  options  presented  in  the  report  (and  other  potential  options);  ii. (...) Recognizing the need to draw on additional expertise and to  include critical stakeholders in strategic discussions regarding options for strategy on financing and    3  SEEK Development (2011) Strengthening the Global Financing Architecture for RMNCH: Options for Action. 
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A new Report - Options for Action: Strengthening the Global Financing Architecture for RMNCH - commissioned by PMNCH and written by SEEK Development and the Global health Group examines options for improving aid architecture to optimally facilitate the mobilization and channeling of financing and the rapid scale-up of interventions for reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health (RMNCH). (...) Option 3A would focus on a channel for RMNH only (with child health covered through existing financing arrangements). (...) Download PDF: Strengthening the Global Financing Architecture for Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn and Child Health: Options for Action pdf, 1.14Mb Presentation: Options for Action - Strengthening Global Financing for Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn and Child Health - Key findings pdf, 348kb 3 February 2012, Consultation on Options for Action, London Consultation on Options for Action: Strengthening Financing for RMNCH You are here: Partnership for Maternal, Newborn & Child Health Knowledge Centre PMNCH publications Quick Links Key documents PMNCH vision Strategy and workplan Annual report PMNCH pamphlet Stay informed PMNCH e-blast Press centre Knowledge centre Get involved Become a member Requests for proposals Employment Share your news Contact us Keep in touch © WHO 2022
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Score: 806622.95 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/know...110_rmnch_aid_architecture/en/
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Diapositiva 1 B12/12 - 12th PMNCH Board Meeting 3rd & 4th May, 2012 New York, USA Ann Starrs/FCI and Cristian Baeza/World Bank Task Team Chairs Report of the PMNCH Task Team on RMNCH Financing Background  SEEK Development report on “Options to Strengthen the Global RMNCH Financing Architecture“, discussed by PMNCH Board in Oct 2011  Board set up Task Team to provide guidance on: - Position that PMNCH should adopt on options presented - Advancing recommended options for RMNCH financing - Next steps  Task Team consulted widely on financing options, mapped stakeholder preferences , explored role of PMNCH  Interfaced with partners working on the Family Planning summit RMNCH Financing Options as laid out in the SEEK Development Report 3 Task Team consultations with stakeholders  Broad endorsement of the report Window of opportunity is now  Majority supports targeted catalytic financing initiative (Option 2), with incentives for increased alignment, accountability, targeting (Option 1) - Include financing for scale up of service delivery/HSS, commodities and TA - Keep it focused: selected high impact services/ interventions and associated HSS; highest burden LICs - No separate new fund; use/expand existing arrangements (UNFPA; H4+; World Bank; RHSC)  Link to ongoing efforts: FP initiative, Commission on Lifesaving Commodities  PMNCH role: broker consensus on organizational/institutional options; assist in identifying priority countries; support countries in accessing funding Objectives and focus of RMNCH financing initiative Accelerate progress on Global Strategy goals by: 1. (...) In doing so, ask the EC to collaborate with ongoing donor initiatives (e.g. around FP) compatible with TT financing recommendations.  Request endorsement of hosting options no later than July 2012. Diapositive numéro 1 Background RMNCH Financing Options as laid out in the SEEK Development Report Task Team consultations with stakeholders Objectives and focus of RMNCH financing initiative Guiding principles Key design elements Institutional arrangements Feedback received to date Recommendations for Board consideration
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Folie 1 Options for Action: Strengthening Global Financing for Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn and Child Health Prepared by Key findings from report commissioned by Consultation, London, 3 February 2012 http://www.seekdevelopment.org/en/e2pi 1. (...) Set out possible cost-effective options to strengthen financing architecture for MDGs 4 and 5 Remit of study 1 http://www.seekdevelopment.org/en/e2pi Progress impressive, yet insufficient to meet MDGs 4 and 5 2 Six countries account for half of all maternal and child deaths Source: WHO, UNICEF, UNFPA, World Bank: Trends in maternal mortality, 1990-2008; UNICEF: Levels and trends in child mortality 2011. 3 • Both LICs and MICSs • Mortality concentrated in SSA and S. (...) No clear consensus on how best to strengthen and measure the success of health systems to scale up RMNCH interventions 7 http://www.seekdevelopment.org/en/e2pi Recent efforts culminating in the Global Strategy have aimed at addressing issues in the financing architecture  Placed women and children on top of political agenda  $43 billion in financial commitments from donors and recipient countries  Additional service and policy commitments by a range of actors  Commission on Information and Accountability Source: Global Strategy 2010; PMNCH 2011. 8 Achievements http://www.seekdevelopment.org/en/e2pi Despite critical importance of recent efforts, the global aid architecture still does not fully meet countries’ needs • Limited guidance on how additional resources will be channeled and how they can be accessed by countries • No clear mechanism for financing of high quality, jointly assessed national strategies with strong RMNCH components • Fragmentation of financing and insufficient targeting of aid remain problematic • Little attention paid to shaping markets for essential commodities 9 http://www.seekdevelopment.org/en/e2pi Potential options for strengthening the aid architecture build on each other 10 http://www.seekdevelopment.org/en/e2pi Option 1: Strengthen, fully leverage and improve accountability of existing mechanisms to finance RMNCH Features • Strengthen IHP+, H4+ and related implementation/ support mechanisms for Global Strategy • Clarify division of labor and fully leverage existing funding mandates of multilateral financers • Improve coordination and transparency of bilateral funding • Explore greater role for UNFPA and UNICEF in financing and/or procuring RMNCH commodities Assessment • Increased alignment of financing efforts could greatly improve effectiveness of the RMNCH architecture • Generally supported by stakeholders as a necessary starting point • Not clear yet that Option 1 alone will bring urgency, resources, and strong leadership/accountability to be a “game changer” - Not entirely clear who would lead this effort and ensure accountability - Cost-effectiveness hard to quantify • Unclear if relevant actors will make changes to their operating/financing practices required for success 11 http://www.seekdevelopment.org/en/e2pi Option 2A: Targeted scale up integrated national health strategies in selected countries, in addition to Option 1 Strategic fit with World Bank as agency to host funding pool (focus on RMNCH/HSS; lead partner within IHP +; HSFP), but would need to ensure flexibilities/responsiveness Cost-Impact • Moderate implementation costs for initial 5 countries • Impact could be significant Feasibility • High in 5 countries, but not necessarily in others • Future of HSFP unclear • Rigorous evaluation framework required to understand impact/value for money 12 Features • Embraces/ builds on Option 1 • Adds strategic initiative, focused on LICs with jointly assessed, national health plans • Tests idea that access to pooled donor funding for RMNCH- related elements would enable rapid scale up • Requires dedicated pool of funding • If hosted at WB, link to IDA funding could create leverage • Link with improved access to quality affordable commodities http://www.seekdevelopment.org/en/e2pi Option 2B: Targeted scale up of selected interventions in limited number of highest burden countries, in addition to Option 1 Strategic fit with Global Fund approach; other existing mechanisms (WB; UNFPA/UNICEF) or innovative approaches to also be considered Cost-Impact • Initial implementation cost in 12 highest burden LICs comparable to 2A • Expected impact somewhat higher than in Option 2A and focused on countries without much donor attention Feasibility • Potential for rapid implementation if sufficient focus, funding and clear mechanism/channel • Need to manage political dimension relating to eligibility of countries and subsets of interventions funded • Related strengthening of HSS crictial 13 Features • Embraces/ builds on Option 1 • Adds strategic initiative to scale up selected high impact, low coverage interventions in LICs with highest mortality rates • Family planning, SBA, IMCI • Hosting arrangement should leverage synergies with existing investments/ channels • Link with improved access to high quality affordable commodities http://www.seekdevelopment.org/en/e2pi Option 3A: Dedicated global funding channel for RMNH Strategic Fit • Potentially good fit with World Bank as host • Strong fit with some aspects of Global Fund portfolio/approach, but changes to financing model & core structures required Cost-Impact • High start-up costs; ongoing operational costs benefit from synergies with existing portfolio • High program/HSS costs • Impact on MDG 5 could be significant Feasibility • Financial and operational constraints likely to pose limits to comprehensive channel 14 Features • Create a dedicated global financing channel for RMNH only • Child health to be covered through existing financing arrangements - GAVI, UNICEF, GF, bilateral • Hosting arrangements could include World Bank, UNFPA, Global Fund or innovative approaches http://www.seekdevelopment.org/en/e2pi Option 3B: Creation of a Global Fund for the Health MDGs Strategic Fit • Strong with some aspects of Global Fund’s current financing approach; significant changes required in others Cost-Impact • High start-up costs; medium-term efficiencies; • Impact could be very high; initial scale up expected to be slow; aid effectiveness and accountability benefits likely Feasibility • Currently very low given current economic climate and ongoing reform efforts at the Global Fund 15 Features • Creation of a fully integrated global funding channel for all health MDGs • Most likely through expansion of the Global Fund’s mandate • Other arrangements also thinkable, although rarely mentioned http://www.seekdevelopment.org/en/e2pi Report conclusions • Option 1 should be implemented, but likely not enough on its own • Option 2 proposes a pragmatic, strategically focused approach to achieve rapid impact in selected countries at limited cost: − blends Option 1 with one (or combination) of two rapid scale-up initiatives (Options 2A/2B) − captures opportunities for increased efficiency and accountability while testing innovative approaches with high potential for impact • Option 3 attractive in principle but feasibility not clear at this point • Critical next steps • Gathering structured input from key stakeholders on options • Assessing donor interest and potential financing arrangements 16 http://www.seekdevelopment.org/en/e2pi Momentum has built since then … • Report presented at the PMNCH Board in October 2011 • Formation of PMNCH Financing for RMNCH Task Team to provide strategic advice to the Board on financing options for RMNCH • Targeted financing initiative with focus on family planning under development by DFID, Gates Foundation and others • Today’s consultation today on financing options and on aligning efforts by various stakeholders, and • Efforts planned over the next months 17 Unique window of opportunity to improve the mobilization, channeling and impact of financing for women‘s and children‘s health http://www.seekdevelopment.org/en/e2pi 18 THANK YOU http://www.seekdevelopment.org/en/e2pi Diapositive numéro 1 Diapositive numéro 2 Diapositive numéro 3 Diapositive numéro 4 Diapositive numéro 5 Diapositive numéro 6 Diapositive numéro 7 Diapositive numéro 8 Diapositive numéro 9 Diapositive numéro 10 Diapositive numéro 11 Diapositive numéro 12 Diapositive numéro 13 Diapositive numéro 14 Diapositive numéro 15 Diapositive numéro 16 Diapositive numéro 17 Diapositive numéro 18 Diapositive numéro 19
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WHO | Consultation on Options for Action: Strengthening Financing for RMNCH Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Search Search Navigation Home About Our work News and events Knowledge centre Get involved Language عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Menu News and events Press centre Newsletter Videos Social media Consultation on Options for Action: Strengthening Financing for RMNCH 3 FEBRUARY 2012 | LONDON The Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida) and PMNCH co-hosted a consultation on Options for Action - Strengthening Financing for RMNCH at DFID in London on Feb 3, 2012. (...) First, to gather focused inputs from a wider group of stakeholders the findings and options for strengthening RMNCH financing presented in the PMNCH-commissioned report developed by SEEK Development. Second, to identify priority areas for further work on financing options/mechanisms by the PMNCH Task Team on Financing for RMNCH as it develops its recommendations, and ensure this work is linked up with that of key donors and other stakeholders.
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The overall objective of the Meeting of the Ministers of Finance is to present a single ambitious menu of policy options with key highlights to the Heads of State and Government. (...) Are Ministers of Finance or Heads of State and Government expected to endorse or adopt the Menu of Options? (...) Instead, Ministers of Finance will be invited to consider and comment on the options.
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Score: 798001.76 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...inisters_of_finance_-_faqs.pdf
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Microsoft Word - Elements draft resolution_FFD conference_5May14_clean 1 Third international conference on financing for development Elements of a draft resolution Preamble The Preamble should recall the relevant outcomes of international conferences and major international events on the Financing for Development agenda and Sustainable Development. (...) As a point of reference, both the International Conference on Financing for Development (Monterrey, 2002) and the Follow-up International Conference on Financing for Development to Review the Implementation of the Monterrey Consensus (Doha, 2008) took place over five days. (...) Organization of the conference The organization of the conference could be done based on a note prepared by the Secretary General for the consideration of The General Assembly. Different options may also apply. Location of the conference At the first meeting of informal consultations on the third international conference on financing for development (20 March 2014), the Government of Ethiopia offered to host the conference, in accordance with GA resolution 68/204.
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A Handbook for Assessing Financing ... Fiscal Space for Social Protection. A Handbook for Assessing Financing Options This practical handbook is an essential companion to assess financing options to extend social protection coverage and benefits. (...) A Handbook for Assessing Financing Options pdf - 6.5 MB This guide demonstrates that there are alternatives even in the poorest countries. (...) All of the financing options described in this handbook are supported by policy statements of the United Nations and international financial institutions – and governments around the world have been applying them for decades, showing a wide variety of revenue choices.
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The overall objective of the Meeting of the Ministers of Finance was to present a single ambitious menu of policy options to the Heads of State and Government to recover from the current crisis in the short term and mobilize the financial resources to achieve the 2030 Agenda and its Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and build the resilience and sustainability of countries and the global financial architecture over the medium to long term. The specific objectives of the Meeting of the Ministers of Finance are as follows: To enable Ministers of Finance to discuss, further refine and transmit to Heads of State and Government the menu of options and key highlights compiled by the six discussion groups on their six respective topics for the short, medium and long term; To ensure that the menu of options fully reflects the needs and views of the Ministries of Finance at their highest level, thereby fostering ownership of the outcome by both developed and developing countries, regardless of their size and level of income; To reinforce high-level political momentum for a global comprehensive response prior to review and consideration by the Heads of State of the menu of options at a separate Leader’s meeting on 29 September 2020. Documents Financing for Development in the Era of COVID-19 and Beyond: Menu of Options for the Consideration of Ministers of Finance (Part I) Financing for Development in the Era of COVID-19 and Beyond: Menu of Options for the Consideration of Ministers of Finance (Part II) Meeting Summary ( French ) ( Spanish ) Logistics Meeting of the Ministers of Finance Frequently Asked Questions Meeting of the Ministers of Finance Participant’s Guide Interprefy phone and desktop user guide Participants Participants included: Ministers of Finance of all 193 Member States of the United Nations.
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Score: 788539.6 - https://www.un.org/en/coronavi...s/meeting-of-finance-ministers
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The overall objective of the Meeting of the Ministers of Finance was to present a single ambitious menu of policy options to the Heads of State and Government to recover from the current crisis in the short term and mobilize the financial resources to achieve the 2030 Agenda and its Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and build the resilience and sustainability of countries and the global financial architecture over the medium to long term. The specific objectives of the Meeting of the Ministers of Finance are as follows: To enable Ministers of Finance to discuss, further refine and transmit to Heads of State and Government the menu of options and key highlights compiled by the six discussion groups on their six respective topics for the short, medium and long term; To ensure that the menu of options fully reflects the needs and views of the Ministries of Finance at their highest level, thereby fostering ownership of the outcome by both developed and developing countries, regardless of their size and level of income; To reinforce high-level political momentum for a global comprehensive response prior to review and consideration by the Heads of State of the menu of options at a separate Leader’s meeting on 29 September 2020. Documents Financing for Development in the Era of COVID-19 and Beyond: Menu of Options for the Consideration of Ministers of Finance (Part I) Financing for Development in the Era of COVID-19 and Beyond: Menu of Options for the Consideration of Ministers of Finance (Part II) Meeting Summary ( French ) ( Spanish ) Logistics Meeting of the Ministers of Finance Frequently Asked Questions Meeting of the Ministers of Finance Participant’s Guide Interprefy phone and desktop user guide Participants Participants included: Ministers of Finance of all 193 Member States of the United Nations.
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Score: 788539.6 - https://www.un.org/en/node/98398
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