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SG2112. Oversight Advisory Group By Rosemary Anderson Akolaa. What is SG2112 all about?. SG2112 refers to the part of the GAVI business plan that is being led by CSOs SG2 is short for “ Strategic Goal 2 ” of the GAVI Alliance business plan till 2015.

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Oversight Advisory Group

By Rosemary Anderson Akolaa

what is sg2112 all about
What is SG2112 all about?
  • SG2112 refers to the part of the GAVI business plan that is being led by CSOs
  • SG2 is short for “Strategic Goal 2” of the GAVI Alliance business plan till 2015.
  • Each Strategic Goal has series of Strategic Objectives with series of Programme Objectives
  • SG2 is the Health Systems Strengthening (HSS) goal among four goals

Under each Programme Objective are Activities

  • We are responsible for Activity under Strategic Goal 2 (SG2112), which is defined as supporting country-level CSOs to engage in Health Systems Funding Platform (HSFP) processes. 
progress to date
Progress to date

First OAG meeting has taken place in Nairobi

Oversight Advisory Group (OAG ) formed

Selected countries have been contacted through the led CSOs

first oag meeting in nairobi key outcome
First OAG meeting in Nairobi, key outcome
  • Chair selected (Rosemary Anderson Akolaa)
  • criteria for selecting pilot countries
  • Eight Countries selected
  • Criteria for Selection of the in country leads
  • Roles and responsibilities of key actors (CRS, SC, OAG, COAG, CTLs)
  • Communication modalities
criteria for selecting pilot countries
criteria for selecting pilot countries
  • Easy entry
  • GAVI eligible
  • Applying for HSFP
  • Presence of GAVI SC member is an added advantage
  • In the JANS process
  • Funding harmonization process
how did we select the countries technical leads
How did we select the countries Technical leads?
  • Generally they were recommended.
  • We however put down some criteria for selection.
  • 1. participation in national health issues eg (National Health Sector Coordination Committee and CCM)
  • 2. Experience in mobilizing NGO networks
  • 3. Experience with advocacy with collective NGO partners at various levels
outcome of the ctls
Outcome of the CTLs
  • The good news is that we are gearing to go with the following country programme: DRC, Ghana, Kenya, Burkina Faso and Ethiopia.

The Challenge is that

  • Malawi, Nicaragua and Afghanistan have some issues we are trying to sought
  • the CTL (HREP) is outside the capital and may hinder their ability to engage the MOH and other CSOs/players.
  • Also, it will bring extra cost.
  • The CRS office suggested 3 organizations that would be able to play the same role
  • Christian Health Association of Malawi which oversees and draws membership of 35% of the hospitals and clinics in the country,

2. Maikanda focuses more on mother child health,

3. Lifehouse Trust has a pretty strong reputation focused on HIV care and treatment.

  • The CRS country program was able to get good feedback on Health Net TPO.
  • Health Net TPO is strong and has expertise in health work.
  • CRS HQ is engaging the regional Director of Asia to see if they will embrace the responsibilities.
  • CRS country program is concern that they were not included in the proposal, selection of the lead organization.
  • Nicaragua has good coverage on immunization
  • MOH in Nicaragua has the capacity to work directly with communities to implement vaccination activities.
  • The situation between the government and local NGOs is not in the best terms right now, and it may get worse with the presidential elections
possible challenge
Possible challenge
  • CRS at country level
  • SC
  • CRS
  • How do we interact and understand clearly our roles?
  • How do we hold each other accountable?
  • Working with UNICEF and WHO at the Global level
  • Working with UNICEF and WHO at the country level
  • General discussion on OAG