Questionnaire for civil society engagement mechanism
How can CSOs engage in the new International Health Partnership for UHC 2030?
As part of the transformation process from IHP+ into the new International Health Partnership for UHC 2030, CSOs are being asked to give their views about how CSOs can best engage with the new partnership.
The deadline for particpation is the 24 October 2016.
The participation of civil society in the transformation process is important, as CSO engagement will be will be fundamental in reaching UHC 2030 goals.
CSO representatives from IHP+ have developed a questionnaire which seeks input from CSOs across regions and different areas of health expertise about how the engagement should be structured.
The questionnaire offers a range of proposals to build CSO representation into the new partnership, based on the assessment of CSO engagement mechanisms in other global initiatives such as Scaling Up Nutrition, the Global Fund, UNITAID and the Global Partnership for Education, among others.
The IHP+ CSO representatives said: "We encourage you to contribute to the survey so your experience, vision and proposal will help to shape this important movement behind health system strengthening and Universal Health Coverage."
The International Health Partnership or IHP+ is in the process of transforming into the International Health Partnership for UHC 2030. In June, a multi-stakeholder consultation meeting was convened to discuss the transformation process from IHP+ to the IHP for UHC 2030 and was followed by an online consultation to collect stakeholder views on the best way to navigate the partnership’s transformation. The results of the consultations will be shared soon.
Questionnaire for CSO engagement in the new International Health Partnership for UHC 2030.
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