Report of 5th Country Health Teams Meeting, Siem Reap
Two hundred representatives from 34 country governments, 20 international development partners and many civil society organizations met in Siem Reap, Cambodia on 2-5 December 2014. The report from the IHP+ 5th Country Health Teams Meeting is now available.
During the 5th IHP+ Country Health Teams Meeting, participants analysed progress over the last two years on effective cooperation in health, reviewed likely developments post 2015 and discussed priorities for action. The meeting took place during the global public health emergency caused by the Ebola Virus Disease outbreak.
As discussed during the meeting,
the key messages were sent to the co-chairs of the Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation, and to the chair of the OECD Development Assistance Committee. We have recently sent them to the Ministers of Health and heads of development agencies in the partnership, asking them to follow up.
We are interested to know how you are following up these key messages in your country or within your agencies; please let us know, we can share interesting experiences through the newsletter. Please also tell us if you need some support with the next steps to follow up the messages from the Siem Reap meeting.
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