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Midterm Review of Health and Nutrition Sector 22 – 23 June 2009, Baghdad. Partnerships and Coordination. UN Agencies FAO, IOM, UNAMI, UNDP, UNFPA, UNHCR, UNICEF, UNIDO, UNIFEM, UNOCHA, UNOPS, WFP, WHO. NGOs (National/International) Life, ICNC, JBIC, NCCI, PU, MSF, MedChild, Mercy
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Health and Nutrition
22 – 23 June 2009, Baghdad
FAO, IOM, UNAMI, UNDP, UNFPA, UNHCR,
UNICEF, UNIDO, UNIFEM, UNOCHA, UNOPS,
Life, ICNC, JBIC, NCCI, PU, MSF, MedChild, Mercy
Hands, IMC, MdM, IRD, Oxfam, ACTED, People In
Need, ICRC, Relief International, Mercy Corps,
Ministry of Health, Ministry of Education, Ministry of
Higher Education, Ministry of Planning and
Development Cooperation, Ministry of Displacement
and Migration, Ministry of Agriculture, Ministry of
Interior, Ministry of Youth and Sport, Ministry of
Industry and Minerals
To contribute to the achievement of the goals defined in the National Development Strategy (NDS), International Compact with Iraq (ICI) benchmarks, and Millennium Development Goals (MDGs)
Health and Nutrition Sector
National priority or goals (NDS 2007- 2010)
Goal 6: Target (8): Full access to water and health services for all people
4.4. Human Development and Human Security
MDG 1 Eradicate Extreme Poverty and Hunger
MDG 4 Reduce Child Mortality
MDG 5 Improve Maternal Health
MDG 6 Combat HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Other Diseases
MDG 8 Develop Global Partnership for Development – Access to Essential Medicines
MDG 3 Promote Gender Equality and Empower Women
UN Assistance Strategy (cont.)
Scaled up Child and Maternal Health as evidenced in 2008 infant coverage of Measles 94%, DPT3 82% (of target) and Emergency Obstetric Care with special focus on vulnerable women.
Supported reconstruction and development efforts through multi-programmatic projects with substantive capacity building achievements including 30% women.
Sectoral Achievements and Contributions
a gender sensitive manner.
Enhance and support coordination and partnership between HNSOT and GoI through reactivation of Health and Nutrition working group led by MOH.
Capacity building for Human Resources for Health should be prioritized in future plans at institutional, programs and services delivery levels with increased technical assistance to GOI on developing HR development plan.Key Recommendations
6. Information and analysis of vulnerability should be enhanced to support evidence-based policy and targeted interventions.
TOGETHER FOR BETTER HEALTH FOR IRAQ