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Country discussion of results
As part of the fifth round of IHP+ Results monitoring of effective development cooperation in health, the DRC held a multi-stakeholder meeting to discuss the findings on 6 December 2016 in Kinshasa. The Ministry of Health and the ‘Direction des Etudes et Planification du MSP (DEP) met with development partners including USAID, GAVI, and the Canadian Embassy, civil society organisations and private sector organisations (pharmacuetical organisations, syndicats and individuals).
Stakeholders expressed positivity about the monitoring process. Development partners said that they were committed to effective development cooperation principles, and that each sector including civil society and the private sector had their role to play.
PARTNERS SUPPORT A SINGLE NATIONAL HEALTH STRATEGY
Alignment of support against the Health Sector Strategy
100% of participating DPs confirm they align their support with the national (or sub-national /sector) Health Sector Strategy.
Was the national health sector plan jointly assessed?
Intervenants qui ont appuyé la revue conjointe
Contributing factors: DP involvement in development of the NHDP, and frequent GIBS and CCT meetings.
MUTUAL ACCOUNTABILITY IS STRENGTHENED
A national M&E plan for the National Health Strategy exists?
36% of participating DPs only use national health sector indicators to monitor their support.
91% of participating DPs confirm they participated in the mutual accountability processes.