Transitioning from the MDGs to the SDGs. World Bank Group and UNDP. (2016)

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This UNDP-World Bank Report pulls together the main lessons learned from the MDG Reviews for the UN system and for its engagement at the country level, which took place at the UN System Chief Executives Board for Coordination (CEB). The Reviews, which brought together UN and World Bank Group staff, systematically identified the country situation, the bottlenecks to MDG attainment, and potential solutions to be implemented. Since many MDGs have been absorbed into the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), many of the observations and solutions provided could prove useful to the implementation of the SDGs.


Keywords: urban and rural areas, maternal health, tuberculosis (TB)

 

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From MDGs to Sustainable Development For All: Lessons from 15 Years of Practice. UNDP. (2016)

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This Report offers lessons from the MDG experience, distilled largely by governments and stakeholders themselves, via National MDG Reports produced from 2013 to 2015. Over 50 countries’ National MDG Reports reflected on the totality of their MDG experience. This Report draws on their conclusions as well as the breadth and depth of UNDP’s own experiences supporting the MDGs in over 140 countries. Its findings suggest that the specifics matter. 

 

Keywords: SDGs, MDGs, strategies, gender, data, advocacy

 

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Make Some Noise for Zero Discrimination on 1 March 2017. UNAIDS. (2017)

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This year we are calling on everyone to make some noise for #zerodiscrimination. Individuals and communities can join voices and transform the world. Zero Discrimination Day is an opportunity to highlight how everyone can be part of the transformation and take a stand for a fair and just society.
Discrimination continues to undermine efforts to achieve a more just and equitable world and causes pain and suffering for many. On Zero Discrimination Day, make some noise to challenge discrimination, wherever it happens.Everyone has talents and skills that can enrich societies and strengthen communities. Welcoming and embracing diversity in all its forms reinforces social cohesion, bringing benefits for all.


Keywords: HIV, health care, young women, children, human rights 

 

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Afghanistan Demographic and Health Survey 2015. Central Statistics Organization (CSO), Ministry of Public Health (MoPH), and ICF. (2017)

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The primary objective of the 2015 AfDHS project is to provide up-to-date estimates of basic demographic and health indicators. Specifically, the AfDHS collected information on knowledge and practice of family planning, fertility levels, marriage, fertility preferences, child feeding practices, nutritional status of children and women, childhood mortality, maternal and child health, awareness and attitudes regarding HIV/AIDS, knowledge about other illnesses (e.g., tuberculosis, hepatitis B and C), and domestic violence. The information collected through the AfDHS is intended to assist policymakers and program managers in evaluating and designing programs and strategies for improving the health of the country’s population. 


Keywords: HIV, STI, knowledge, prevention, testing, child transmission

 

 

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In The Future: Stories of Adolescents from Key Populations in China, Thailand and the Philippines. Youth Lead. (2016)

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Youth LEAD aims to surface the issues of adolescent key populations including adolescents living with HIV through their personal stories. This book presents seven stories of adolescents in three countries, namely, Thailand, China and the Philippines with an aim to inform ways to support and strengthen HIV programming and policy development in the region. Most importantly, these stories reflect realities of adolescents from key populations that may inspire other adolescents on how they are able to weather the storm and fight for their rights.


Keywords: HIV, young people, adolescents, testing and treatment

 

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Health Indicators 2016: Indicators for Monitoring and Evaluation of Strategy Health for All. Ministry of Health Malaysia. (2017)

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This is the 32nd edition of "Indicators for Monitoring and Evaluation of The Strategy Health for All" since the first Common Framework for evaluation (CFE) was carried out in 1985. The global indicators have remained unchanged ever since. These indicators represented the essential minimum for member countries of WHO to evaluate their own national strategy towards HFA goals.


Keywords: national health, policies, health system, data

 

 

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Global Guidance on Addressing School-related Gender-based Violence. UNESCO and UN Women. (2016)

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The Global Guidance provides key information to governments, policy-makers, teachers, practitioners and civil society who wish to take concrete action against school-related gender-based violence. It introduces approaches, methodologies, tools and resources that have shown positive results in preventing and responding to school-related gender-based violence. With the Global Guidance in hand, this is a key moment for all of us to ensure that school-related gender-based violence does not remain a barrier to achieving the SDGs.


Keywords: violence, women and girls, education, schooling

 

 

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35th Board Meeting The Global Fund Strategy 2017-2022: Investing to End Epidemics. The Global Fund. (2016)

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In April 2016, the Board of the Global Fund unanimously approved the organization’s strategy for the period 2017 to 2022, titled Investing to End Epidemics. 

The strategy was developed through an extensive consultation process which took place throughout 2015 and the early part of 2016. Not only did we reach out to donors, technical partners, communities affected by the diseases, and implementers, but we also held a series of three Partnership Forums during the course of 2015. Themes which emerged from these consultations with a broad range of stakeholders include: the need to better address challenges faced by women and girls; the need to support resilient and sustainable systems for health; and the need to strengthen work on sustainability and human rights.

With the approval of the strategy, the next step is to work out how best to operationalize these goals and to develop a key performance indicator framework that will allow us to measure progress on the fulfillment of these ambitions.


Keywords: HIV, TB, malaria, human rights, gender equality, health system, resources 

 

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The Technical Review Panel’s Consolidated Observations on the 2014-2016 Allocation-Based Funding Model. The Global Fund. (2016)

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During the nine review windows of the 2014-2016 allocation-based funding model, the Technical Review Panel (TRP) reviewed 222 concept notes from 106 countries, including 30 regional concept notes, with a total value of US$13.8 billion representing 94 percent of allocated funds. Drawing from the TRP’s consolidated learning, observations and experiences from reviewing concept notes during this funding model, this report looks forward and focuses on contributing to the next Global Fund strategy and its operationalization.

The report aligns with Global Fund’s 2017-2022 Strategy “Investing to End Epidemics,” and provides a number of recommendations under each strategic objective, based on the observations of the Technical Review Panel (TRP). The following is a selection of six areas with recommendations considered to be strategic for the ongoing discussions.


Keywords: HIV, TB, women, girls, funding, key populations

 

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Results Report 2016. The Global Fund. (2016)

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This report delivers a summary of the impact and results achieved by end 2015 by programs supported by the Global Fund, showing cumulative progress since 2002. It is a collective effort, combining the strong contributions made by governments, civil society, the private sector and people affected by HIV, TB and malaria.

 

 

Keywords: HIV, TB, human rights, gender, health care

 


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