Health and the next global development agenda


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Global Investment Framework reinforces call to prioritize investment in health and human capital development

15 APRIL 2014 | GENEVA, SWITZERLAND

A new Global Investment Framework for Women’s and Children’s Health (Investment Framework) demonstrates that investing in women’s and children’s health in Africa could save millions of lives and yield an eleven-fold return through social and economic benefits.

PMNCH to host roundtable at the Global Donors Forum in Washington

15 APRIL 2014 | WASHINGTON, DC

PMNCH will host a roundtable on “Women and Children at the Centre of the Post-2015 Development Agenda” on 15 April in Washington DC, during the Global Donors Forum organized by the World Congress of Muslim Philanthropists.

Germany High- Level Symposium on "Accountable and Effective development cooperation in a post-2015 era"

20-21 MARCH 2014 | BERLIN, GERMANY

The Germany High- Level Symposium on "Accountable and Effective development cooperation in a post-2015 era" is taking place from March 20-21st in Berlin, Germany. The Symposium will examine key concepts of accountability and quality and effectiveness in development cooperation. It will focus specifically on how these concepts could be usefully featured in the design and implementation of the post-2015 development agenda. It will further explore how to engage the increasingly diverse group of development actors in a renewed global partnership for development, in a more coherent, effective and legitimate manner.

Adolescent girls take centre stage at Post 2015 framework debate

4 FEBRUARY 2014 | UNITED NATIONS, NEW-YORK

Over 100 participants from UN missions, UN agencies, development partners, academia and youth gathered at the United Nations Headquarters, under the leadership of the Government of Indonesia, to discuss why and how to place healthy adolescent girls at the centre of the Post 2015 sustainable development framework. The event was held on the side of the eighth session of the Open Working Group which focused among other issues, on gender inequality.

Global Summit on Civil Registration and Vital Statistics

18-19 APRIL 2013 | BANGKOK, THAILAND

The world’s first-ever summit on civil registration and vital statistics, co-hosted by the World Health Organization and the Health Metrics Network, highlighted the importance of ensuring that health and CRVS have a prominent place among the post-2015 sustainable development goals. Appreciation was expressed for the PMNCH position to prioritize women’s and children’s health beyond 2015, with the PMNCH summary statement officially mentioned during the summit and a call made to participants to add their signatures, resulting in nearly 70 new additions from diverse stakeholders from around the globe.

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