UNFPA/WHO country office capacity building
A 4 year project jointly implemented by UNFPA and WHO was recently completed. Four regional workshops were produced, using a core curriculum built around changes in aid modalities, government planning and budgeting processes and implications for increasing resources for Sexual and Reproductive Health. This curriculum is available upon request for other capacity building initiatives. A final wrap up assessment in 2011 produced four country case studies and a synthesis report that explored how the evolution of trends in aid effectiveness have changed the way that WHO and UNFPA work at country level to support Sexual and Reproductive Health.
Advancing Sexual and Reproductive Health in National Plans and Processes
The programme consists of a complete, ready‐to‐go, three‐day course.
The 9 MODULES deal with a variety of issues around repositioning SRH in the new aid environment.
Building UNFPA/WHO capacity to work with National Health and Development Planning Processes
As part of a UNFPA/WHO project to strengthen country office capacity to better profile reproductive health in sector-wide approaches (SWAps) and poverty reduction strategy processes (PRSPs), country case-studies were undertaken in Mongolia, Nicaragua, Senegal and Yemen during September–October 2005.