|Title:||SEA/RC56/13 - Selection of an intercountry programme or content area for evaluation and reporting to the fifty-seventh session of the regional committee|
|Authors:||World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia|
|Publisher:||WHO Regional Office for South-East Asia|
|Place of publication:||New Delhi|
|Abstract:||In pursuance of the decisions and recommendations of the 53rd and 54th sessions of the Regional Committee, the 39th meeting of CCPDM had been requested to recommend to the Regional Director one specific programme/ content area from among those supported through the Supplementary Intercountry Programme (ICP-II) 2002-2003, to be evaluated and reported to the 56th session of the Regional Committee in 2003. The 53rd session of the Regional Committee suggested a series of criteria for the selection of a specific intercountry programme/content area for evaluation which should take into account (a) the extent to which the area has been identified in resolutions/recommendations of the Regional Committee, Health Ministers Meetings and Health Secretaries Meetings; (b) whether the area had been evaluated previously; (c) the size of the area in terms of allocated budget and countries targeted; (d) whether extrabudgetary funds might be made available, and (e) the “uniqueness” of the programme that would allow it to serve as a model for other WHO intercountry or country programmes or those of the Member States. Applying the above criteria to the 14 programme areas supported through ICP-II in the spirit of the recommendations of the Regional Committee and in view of the usefulness of programme evaluation, the following areas are suggested for the consideration of the Regional Committee. The Committee may consider one of the areas to be evaluated and reported to its 57th session to be held in 2004: · Development of strategies for implementing community-based approaches for mental health problems and substance abuse. · Intensification of cross-border collaboration in polio eradication, HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, malaria, kala-azar and dengue. · Development of regional networks to enhance national capacity in human resources for public health.|
|Gov't Doc #:||SEA/RC56/13|
|Appears in Collections:||Regional Committee Meeting 56 New Delhi, 1- 12 September 2003|
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