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COUNTRY PLATFORM SESSION
GLOBAL FINANCING FACILITY
WORKSHOP
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2015
1
SESSIONOUTLINE
• Presentation of the key elements of the
Country Platform Working Draft Paper –
NUTS & BOLTS;
• Country Pa...
NUTS & BOLTS PRESENTATION: DRAFT PAPER COUNTRY
PLATFORMS
3
COUNTRY PLATFORMS & THE GLOBAL FINANCING FACILITY
• Countries at the core of the Global Financing Facility
where all stake...
WHAT IS A COUNTRY PLATFORM?
• Defining characteristics is a ‘multi-stakeholder forum
or partnership fora’;
• Under the lea...
WHO IS INVOLVED IN THE COUNTRY PLATFORM?
• Multi-stakeholders involvement refers to key parts of
government (not only the ...
COUNTRY PLATFORM: Multi-Stakeholders
7
Roles:
• Strategic Direction Setting;
• Take decisions (policy;
technical);
• Provide policy and
technical inputs;
• Facil...
WHAT IS THE COUNTRY PLATFORM PROCESS IN THE CONTEXT OF
THE GFF?
9
Develops
Approves
Advises, Guides &
Supports
Monitors &
...
NEXT STEPS?
• Gather Inputs and Views from this
workshop to further Shape the Country
Platform work;
• Develop Tools where...
QUESTIONS FOR CLARIFICATION?
11
COUNTRY PLATFORM PANEL
• COUNTRY EXPERIENCES: DIFFERENT STAKEHOLDER
PERSPECTIVES:
– GOVERNMENT;
– CIVIL SOCIETY;
– DEVELOP...
COUNTRY GROUP WORK ON COUNTRY PLATFORMS
QUESTIONS
• In light of what you have heard about Country Platforms,
what measures...
Feedback on the Country Group Work
14
PLENARY: OVER TO YOU!
Final Questions:
• What other factors need to be addressed with
respect to Country Platforms?
• In r...
Thank You
16
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Global Financing Facility (GFF) in Support of Every Woman Every Child Workshop – Day 3 – Country Platform Session

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A presentation from the Global Financing Facility (GFF) in Support of Every Woman Every Child Workshop, held in Nanyuki, Kenya.

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Global Financing Facility (GFF) in Support of Every Woman Every Child Workshop – Day 3 – Country Platform Session

  1. 1. COUNTRY PLATFORM SESSION GLOBAL FINANCING FACILITY WORKSHOP TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2015 1
  2. 2. SESSIONOUTLINE • Presentation of the key elements of the Country Platform Working Draft Paper – NUTS & BOLTS; • Country Panel on Country Platforms – THE REALITY CHECK; • Group Work – OVER TO COUNTRIES; • Plenary – OVER TO YOU. 2
  3. 3. NUTS & BOLTS PRESENTATION: DRAFT PAPER COUNTRY PLATFORMS 3
  4. 4. COUNTRY PLATFORMS & THE GLOBAL FINANCING FACILITY • Countries at the core of the Global Financing Facility where all stakeholders commit to collaborate closely together under the umbrella of a Country Platform; • Country Platform is strongly positioned in the GFF Business Plan with a ‘minimum set of standards’ outlined; • Recognition that Country Platforms do exist in one form or another at the country level and a desire to further build on and strengthen them; • Small Technical Team at the Global Level drafted a Paper as a first step to better concretize or demystify the Country Platform – a working draft document to be further shaped by this Learning workshop. 4
  5. 5. WHAT IS A COUNTRY PLATFORM? • Defining characteristics is a ‘multi-stakeholder forum or partnership fora’; • Under the leadership of Government such as the national Ministry of Health (or sub-national level where appropriate); • With meaningful participation, engagement and decision-making with country stakeholders at relevant levels; • Inclusiveness with full involvement of country stakeholders (key GFF Minimum Standard); • Transparency and openness to ensure mutual accountability amongst all stakeholders (key GFF Minimum Standard). 5
  6. 6. WHO IS INVOLVED IN THE COUNTRY PLATFORM? • Multi-stakeholders involvement refers to key parts of government (not only the Ministry of Health but also key sector Ministries and sub-national where applicable); civil society organizations (national & international); development partners; specific groups; private sector (private for profit and non-profit); professional associations and research institutions. • How this is organized and managed is determined by the Country Platform in a transparent, inclusive and consultative manner; • The challenge is ensuring that it does not become too burdensome, transaction heavy and overtly complex. 6
  7. 7. COUNTRY PLATFORM: Multi-Stakeholders 7
  8. 8. Roles: • Strategic Direction Setting; • Take decisions (policy; technical); • Provide policy and technical inputs; • Facilitate dialogue; • Strengthen collaboration; • Enhance coordination; • Expand capacity; • Act as Principle Interlocutor between the Global GFF Governance structures In support of: • Development of the RMNCAH Investment Cases and Health Financing Strategy; • Mobilization of resources; • Coordination and sourcing of technical assistance; • Coordination of monitoring and evaluation; • Advocacy; • Quality assurance of the GFF process. 8 WHAT ROLES DO THE COUNTRY PLATFORM PERFORM IN THE CONTEXT OF THE GFF?
  9. 9. WHAT IS THE COUNTRY PLATFORM PROCESS IN THE CONTEXT OF THE GFF? 9 Develops Approves Advises, Guides & Supports Monitors & Evaluates Investment Case Health Financing Strategy CRVS Strategy
  10. 10. NEXT STEPS? • Gather Inputs and Views from this workshop to further Shape the Country Platform work; • Develop Tools where appropriate, including Checklists to support the effective functioning of the Country Platform. 10
  11. 11. QUESTIONS FOR CLARIFICATION? 11
  12. 12. COUNTRY PLATFORM PANEL • COUNTRY EXPERIENCES: DIFFERENT STAKEHOLDER PERSPECTIVES: – GOVERNMENT; – CIVIL SOCIETY; – DEVELOPMENT PARTNER; – PRIVATE SECTOR. 12
  13. 13. COUNTRY GROUP WORK ON COUNTRY PLATFORMS QUESTIONS • In light of what you have heard about Country Platforms, what measures or next steps do you believe need to be taken forward in your Action Plan to further strengthen (or if appropriate establish) your Country Platform? • In terms of the GFF Minimum Standards of Inclusiveness and Transparency, do you envisage opportunities and/or challenges in implementation and how can they be addressed in your Action Plan? • What role can and should your Country Platform play in relation to Quality Assurance of the GFF process and Coordination and Sourcing of Technical Assistance? • What support and tools does your Country Platform need to function effectively? 13
  14. 14. Feedback on the Country Group Work 14
  15. 15. PLENARY: OVER TO YOU! Final Questions: • What other factors need to be addressed with respect to Country Platforms? • In relation to the GFF Minimum Standards {Inclusiveness; Transparency} – what other aspects or issues need to be considered? 15
  16. 16. Thank You 16

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