IHP+ “as relevant as ever”
The 2015 Development Cooperation Report from the OECD has a chapter dedicated to IHP+, and authors state: “IHP+ is as relevant as ever.”
The Organisation for Effective Cooperation for Development (OECD) launched its latest report on Development Cooperation in Paris on Monday 7th September. The report importantly includes a chapter (9) on the progress and need for IHP+, written by Tim Evans, Senior Director of Health Nutrition and Population at the World Bank and Marie-Paul Kieny, Assistant Director-General, Health Systems and Innovation at the World Health Organization.
During the introduction of the report launch, Secretary General of OECD, Angel Gurria, mentioned as an example of key issue the proliferation of reporting requirements in health. The move towards reducing the number of global health indicators to 100 (from over 600) has been one of the success stories of IHP+, and highlights the benefits of an effective development cooperation approach.
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Collaboration among development partners and government
- High-Level Commission on Health Employment and Economic Growth
Synergies with UHC 2030
- Trailblazing south-south collaboration for UHC
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