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PROGRAM BUDGET 2010-2011. Expected Result No. 4. PAHO Planning Instruments for 2008 Onward. WHO General Programme of Work 06 – 15 (Global Health Agenda). Health Agenda for the Americas 08 – 17. WHO Medium-term Strategic Plan 08 – 13. Country Cooperation Strategies (CCS).

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PROGRAM BUDGET 2010-2011

Expected Result No. 4


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PAHO Planning Instruments for 2008 Onward

WHO General Programme of Work 06–15

(Global Health Agenda)

Health Agenda for

the Americas

08–17

WHO Medium-term Strategic Plan 08–13

Country Cooperation Strategies (CCS)

PAHO Strategic Plan

08–12

PAHO Program Budget

08–09 (and 10–11, 12–13)

Biennial Workplans

08–09 (and 10–11, 12–13)


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Schedule for the elaboration of the Program Budget and the Biennial Workplans

BWP approved

Internal DraftProgramme Budget

1st DraftProgramme Budget

2nd DraftProgramme Budget

Programme Budget approved

AMM

EB

SPBA

WHA

EC

DC EC

Nov 2008 / 2010

Dec

Jan 2009 / 2011

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan 2010 / 2012

Discussion within/among SO teams and AMPES

entities on RERs

Consultationwithin & across SO Teams and AMPES entitieson OSERs and Products and Services

Draft OWER

Biennial Workplan development

BWPImpl.

Draft RER

OSER

Biennial Workplancosting

AMM (Annual Managers Meeting)

BWP (Biennial Workplan)

DC (PAHO Directing Council)

EC (PAHO Executive Committee)

EB (WHO Executive Board)

SPBA (PAHO Subcommittee on Program, Budget and Administration)

WHA (World Health Assembly)

& Adjustment of budget envelopes


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PMA

BIENNIUM END

LAST WEEK

NOV. 2009

Jan. 2010

FINAL

PB 10-11

DC

SEP/OCT 2009

BWP 10-11

Implementation

Begins

1 JAN 2010

2nd. DRAFT

PB 10-11

EC

JUNE 2009

PRT

1st. DRAFT

PB 10-11

SPBA

MARCH 2009

PMA

3rd. SEMESTER

JULY 2009

BWP 10-11

APPROVAL

BY EXM

1st. WEEK

DEC. 2009

PB 10-11 BEGINS

MANAGERS MEETING

10-14 NOV. 2008

2nd DRAFT

BWP 10-11

15 AUGUST

2009

BWP 2nd. Phase

1st Draft

BWP 10-11

30 APRIL 2009

PMA

2nd. SEMESTER

1st. WEEK

DECEMBER

2008

BWP 1st. Phase

1st PHASE BEGINS

BWP 10-11

1 FEB. 2009

PMA: Performance Monitoring

and Assessment

PRT: Peer Review Teams:

Review, discuss and report

on BWP; and review and

final report of PMA

PB: Program Budget

BWP: Biennial Workplan

SUBREGIONAL MANAGERS MTG:

BWP 10-11 INSTRUCTIONS;

Begining Subregional BWP

and PROGRESS PB 10-11

FEB-MAR 2009

Nov. 2008


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Working Groups GuidelinesExpected Result No. 4

Annual Managers Meeting

10-14 November 2008


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Purpose

  • Define targets of RER indicators for 2011 as well as country targets for the biennium 2010-2011, through dialogue and negotiation between SO teams and entity managers.

    • The discussion and negotiation will only be on the list of RER indicators that are associated to the main topics under review in the meeting (Strengthening of Health Systems based on PCH and Health Determinants, within the framework of the MDGs).

    • The dialogue and negotiation will continue after the Annual Managers Meeting

    • An agreement should be reached (commitment)


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Strategic

Objective

AMPES

Entity

SO1

SO2

SO3

SO4...

SO15

SO16

AE 1

AE 2

AE 3

AE 4

AE 5...

AE 77

AE 78

The Matrix ApproachStrategic Objectives vs. AMPES Entities (implementing units)


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AMPES ENTITIES

  • AMPES entities are the managerial and programmatic units of the PASB. Each AMPES entity is responsible for a Biennial Workplan and its budget. As such, the AMPES system recognizes this entity as the nucleus for program and budget management, hence its name.

  • Total AMPES entities:78

    • Regional level: 28

    • Subregional level: 9

    • Country level: 41


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All Results Aggregate to RERs

RERs represent the PASB’s collective corporate efforts

PAHO/WHO Country Office

OSERs

Subregional

OSERs

Technical Center

OSERs

RERs

(Region-wide Expected

Results)

Regional HQ Areas

OSERs

Executive

Management

OSERs


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Format and Duration

  • Presentation (20 minutes)

  • Group Discussions (4 hours)

    • Conducted by the SO facilitators

  • Plenary session for conclusions (45 min.)


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Proposed dynamic for group discussions

  • Dialogue, negotiation and agreement focused on the proposal presented by the SO teams:

    • projected countries that will achieve the targets of the RER indicators at the end of 2009

    • RER indicator targets for 2011

    • target countries for the biennium 2010-2011

  • It is expected a thorough discussion on these issues, proposal of changes (inclusion or exclusion) or acceptance of proposals


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Proposed Dynamic for the Group Discussions

  • The dialogue will be conducted by the SO facilitators with the support of the RER facilitators.

  • Dialogue will be by SO in the AMM (the dialogue will be also by country after de AMM)

  • A rapporteur from PBR/CFS will be assigned to each group to facilitate the debate.

  • Each SO facilitator will present a summary of the dialogue, reflections and conclusions in a plenary session.


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Proposed dynamic for group discussions

  • As a result of the dialogue and negotiation:

    • Regional and subregional managers shall commit to achieve the targets of the RER indicators under their technical responsibility.

    • Country entity managers shall commit to be part of the target countries in the “Number of Countries…” indicator type, when appropriate.

    • Teams should come to an agreement at the end of the session if possible


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Proposed Strategic Objective TeamsThis groups are based on the list of RER Indicatorsassociated to the themes under discussion

Note: Moderators of Groups 1, 4, and 5 will conduct the session according to the SO under discussion


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Sample of SO Teams


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Division of GroupsManagers from the Subregional and Country level will be divided into five groups according to the following table:


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Group 1

Dr. Christian Darras

Dr. Pier Paolo Balladelli

Dr. Jorge Luis Prosperi

Dr. Manuel Peña

Dr. Lea Guido

Group 2

Dr. José Antonio Pagés

Mr. Diego Victoria

Dr. Juan Manuel Sotelo

Dr. Carmen Rosa Serrano

Dr. José Fernando Dora

Group 3

Dr. Carlos Samayoa

Dr. Priscilla Rivas-Loria

Dr. Joaquín Molina

Dr. Lilian Reneau-Vernon

Dr. Angel Valencia

Dr. Ana Cristina Nogueira

Group 4

Dr. Merle Lewis

Dr. Kathleen Israel

Dr. Ernest Pate

Dr. Stephen Simon

Dr. Carol Boyd-Scobie

Dr. Bernadette Theodore-Gandi

Group 5

Dr. Gina Watson

Dr. Cristina Beato

Dr. Henriette Chamouillet

Dr. Philippe Lamy

Dr. Beverly Barnett

Dr. María Teresa Cerqueira

Distribution per GroupParticipants from the Subregional and Country Entities


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SO Team 1

SO Team 2

SO Team 3

SO Team 4

SO Team 5

Equipo de SO

SCE Group 2

SCE Group 3

SCE Group 4

SCE Group 1

SCE Group 5

Rotation every 45 minutes


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List of RER IndicatorsInformation from the Strategic Plan


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List of RER Indicators(information as proposed by SO facilitators)


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Reports by Country


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Product

First draft of the PAHO Program Budget 2010-2011 that includes RER indicator targets for 2011 and target countries for the “Number of countries…” indicator type with emphasis on Primary Health Care, Health Systems, Health Determinants, and Millennium Development Goals.


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Thank you!


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Participant Materials

  • Summary of the analysis and discussion from the day before about Primary Health Care, Health Systems, Health Determinants and Millennium Development Goals completed on the previous day

  • Preliminary Budget Estimates by Strategic Objective


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Participant Materials

  • List of RER indicators with emphasis on Primary Health Care, Health Systems, Health Determinants and the Millennium Development Goals, including proposed targets for 2011 and target countries proposed by the SO facilitators.

  • Report by country showing those that are in the baseline, in the projection to achieve the target of the RER indicator by 2009 and if they are proposed as a target country for the biennium 2010-2011


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Reference Documents

  • Strategic Plan 2008-2012

  • Health Agenda for the Americas


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Improving alignment between the MTSP, PAHO Strategic Plan and the CCSs with the BWP

S t r a t e g i c P l a n n i n g

MTSP

PAHO SP

CCS

Operational

Planning

BWP


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CCS – SP – BWP Relationship

National Priorities

Collective Regional

Priorities

Country

Cooperation Strategy

(CCS)

Strategic Plan

(SP)

Biennial Workplan

(BWP)

The PWR must reconcile national priorities with collective regional priorities and must proactively work to achieve the RER indicator targets set out in the Strategic Plan


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PAHO’s Accountability Framework

Countries

(MoH)

PAHO Governing Bodies

WHO Governing Bodies

WHO Director General

PASB Director

(AMRO Regional Director)

-Country Offices

-Subregions

-Pan American Centers

  • Regional Office

  • EXM

  • Area Managers

Pan American Sanitary Bureau


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