Afghanistan monitoring round 2016
Country discussion of results
As part of the fifth round of IHP+ Results monitoring of effective development cooperation in health, the Afghanistan Ministry of Public Health organised a validation and discussion workshop around the results. Participants from donor agencies, international organisations, and private sector institutions took part to discuss the monitoring results and determine future actions. The overall impression was that the monitoring exercise was a good start fro Afghanistan to streamline processes to improve effective development cooperation in health.
PARTNERS SUPPORT A SINGLE NATIONAL HEALTH STRATEGY
Alignment of support against the Health Sector Strategy
100% of participating DPs confirm they align their support with the national (or sub-national /sector) Health Sector Strategy.
Was the national health sector plan jointly assessed?
Stakeholders that supported the joint assessment
Participating CSOs stated that they participate in sub-sector strategies but not significantly in national health sector planning.
MUTUAL ACCOUNTABILITY IS STRENGTHENED
A national M&E plan for the National Health Strategy exists?
57% of participating DPs only use national health sector indicators to monitor their support
57% of participating DPs confirm they participated in the mutual accountability processes