Evaluation of the H4+ Joint Programme Canada and Sweden (2011-2016)

Evaluation of the H4+ Joint Programme Canada and Sweden (2011-2016)

Resource date: 31 May 2017

Image iconThe H4+ (now "H6") partnership is a joint effort for capitalizing on the core competencies of UNFPA, UNICEF, WHO, UNAIDS, UNWomen, and the World Bank in maternal, newborn, and child health. The Joint Programme Canada and Sweden (hereafter "H4+ JPCS") provided funding to the H4+ partners in ten high burden African countries to accelerate progress to meet the Millennium Development Goals 4 and 5. H4+JPCS aims to strengthen, integrate, and scale up reproductive, maternal, newborn, and child health service along the continuum of care. The evaluation of this joint programme supports learning and accountability among key stakeholders at global, regional, national and sub-national levels. It has been carried out to: (i) inform similar initiatives to deliver a comprehensive package of RMNCAH services and (ii) review the partnership mandate in the post-2015 context. The report recommendations were co-authored by the evaluation team together with the reference group composed of technicians from all partner agencies.

 

 

The management response to the report will be available soon.

Country Case Study Reports

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DRC Liberia Zambia Zimbabwe  

 

Presentation of key results

 

Evaluation Report (Volume 1)
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Annexes (Volume 2)
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Executive Summary
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Evaluation Brief
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Democratic Republic of the Congo Case Study
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Liberia Case Study
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Zambia Case Study
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Zimbabwe Case Study
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Presentation of key results
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Inception Report
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Management Response
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