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The Sector Network

Where do we stand ?

Bernd Appelt| South Africa


  • Very tight programme, almost no time to reflect in between

  • Fieldtrip would be good and time for spontaneous, bilateral meetings

  • Participants need to be reminded to speak clear/ slowly and not using abbreviations

  • For next meeting a translator is needed for francophone colleagues


Over toyou Jost


  • 29 projects

  • More than 200 membersworking in 20 countries from all staffcategoriesof GIZ

  • 3 activeworkinggroups

    • Quality Management in Health - Irene Omogi & Sabine Ablefoni

    • Linking SRHR and HIV - Ramona Wong-Grünwald & Kristina Kloss

    • Private Sector Engagement in Health and Social Protection -Holger Till

  • 3 working groups closed

    • Business Development and Innovation – completed its task – analysis and report available

    • Human Rights in Health and Social Protection - closed due to the lack of active members

    • SwAps and Health systems - closed, due to lack of active members

  • 1 working group wants to reconstitute itself during this conference

    • Social Health Protection and Health Financing - Kai Strähler-Pohl

  • Communication within the SN - from a consultant driven process to virtual exchange platforms of Community of Practitioners


The new Virtual Community of Practice on Global Campus 21

So far unfortunately not yet functinal.

We are planning to inaugurate the CoP with a webinar on HCD measures in the health and social protection sector in July this year - Ms Blumenthal



Guidelines for Sector Networks

Following the audit of the expenditure on Sector Networks the Office of the Federal Accountant General (Bundesrechnungshof- BRH) in 2012/13 the guidelines needed to be revised to address the following issues

To ensure that the results of sector networks contribute to an improvement in quality of our bilateral projects in partner countries

To establish binding annual upper cost limit for each SN

To improve the financial management and monitoring of SNs including expenses on WG and conferences


Lookingforward to

  • To a successful regional conference with a challenging topic and programme which guides the future direction of our health and social protection portfolio

  • Further strengthening the network to foster exchange and collaboration between members of the network through an appropriate mix of real and virtual exchange forums and newsletters

  • Documentation of success stories and impacts of networks on the quality of our ongoing work and our business developments

  • Expand the cooperation with the Sector Network HeSPAEE and other Sector Networks – through WG exchanges, the joint newsletter CONNECT and the new CoP on global campus 21 and …


THANK YOU!

[email protected]


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