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Country discussion of results
As part of the fifth round of IHP+ Results monitoring of effective development cooperation in health, Comoros held a meeting of over 60 key country stakeholders to discuss the results, demonstrate commitment and accountability and identify next steps. The meeting took place in Moroni on 7 November 2016 and included representatives from government, bilaterals, multilaterals, civil society and the private sector.
First Vice-President of Comoros, Mr. Djaffar Ahmed Said Hassani, chaired the meeting with support from WHO. From the Government, Honorable Mohamed Bacar Dissar, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation; Honorable Moussa Mahoma, Minister of Health; the Secretary General of the Ministry of Health; the Commissioners in charge of Health in the autonomous islands; and the Directors-General and senior officials of the national administrations participated.
Bilateral partners who engaged and attended included Ambassadors of the People's Republic of China, the State of Qatar, South Africa, Tanzania, Libya, Sudan and Saudi Arabia, the Cooperation Officer at the French Embassy, and the Director of Agence Française de Développement (AFD).
Development agencies and multilateral partners included the Resident Coordinator of the United Nations System, the Country Representative of WHO, the representatives of UNICEF, UNFPA, and UNDP. Representatives of civil society and the private sector also took part.
Both the Minister of Health and the Vice-President expressed their satisfaction with the monitoring process and thanked WHO and IHP+ for its support since 2014, and for the technical and financial support that allowed this meeting to take place. The Vice President called on all partners to, “Change the way we work to achieve better results as we all engage in IHP+”.
Stakeholders then participated actively in discussions and debates on the monitoring results and constructively exchanged their views and visions for the future. An action plan was developed to further strengthen the IHP + mechanism in the country and to jointly implement the main commitments through the development of a national compact.
Please note these are currently only available in French. We will update with a translated version shortly.
MUTUAL ACCOUNTABILITY IS STRENGTHENED
A national M&E plan for the National Health Strategy exists?
40% of participating DPs only use national health sector indicators to monitor their support.
100% of participating DPs confirm they participated in the mutual accountability processes
PROCUREMENT AND SUPPLY SYSTEMS ARE STRENGTHENED AND USED
A government plan for national procurement and supply exist ?
20% of participating DPs use the national procurement and supply systems.
20% of participating DPs confirm that sufficient support on procurement or supply systems strengthening and capacity building is in place.
The majority of the DPs that procure supplies both globally and regionally are accustomed to their own supply system which they consider satisfactory.