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Программа PMNCH / EWEC

PMNCH and Every Woman Every Child (EWEC) have launched a global call for proposals to find out what countries are experiencing as they collaborate across sectors? What innovative practices are emerging which enable this collaboration? What are the impacts? What can we learn? PMNCH/EWEC are seeking proposals to develop case studies low-, middle-, and high-income countries that will provide inspiration, insight, and ideas into what worked and why, as well as the challenges addressed, in collaborating across sectors.Twelve inspiring examples of collaborations across sectors designed to improve women’s, children’s and adolescents’ health will be selected for development as a case study. They will also be included as a special issue of a leading global health journal, and launched at the 2018 Partners’ Forum, an important advocacy moment in the EWEC calendar. The case studies will be widely profiled, promoted and disseminated through traditional and digital media channels.

Themes

To be eligible the collaboration must also address at least one of the six EWEC priority themes:

        Early Childhood Development

        Adolescent Health and Well-Being

        Quality, Equity and Dignity in Services

        Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights

        Empowerment of Women, Girls and Communities

        Be undertaken in Humanitarian and Fragile Settings with women, children and/or adolescents as a target population

Eligibility Criteria

        PMNCH/EWEC are looking for collaborations across sectors, whether longer-term or more recently established, that have achieved success judged according to different dimensions relevant to women’s, children’s and adolescents’ health, such as the efficiency, effectiveness or sustainability of the collaboration.

        The collaboration can be from any country, headed by the health sector, or driven by another sector with health as a partner.

        It can be government-led or led by other partners (e.g. civil society organizations and local non-government organizations; donor organizations; UN agencies; research or academic institutions, etc.) with government involvement at national and/or sub-national levels.

        To be eligible, the collaboration must also address at least one of six priority themes mentioned above.

Deadline: 22 December 2017 For more information, visit: http://www.who.int/pmnch/knowledge/case-studies/en/index1.html