Strategic budgets space allocation
AbstractExecutive summary At the Sixty-sixth World Health Assembly in May 2013, Member States requested the Director-General to propose, for consideration by the Sixty-seventh World Health Assembly, in consultation with Member States, a new strategic resource allocation methodology in WHO, starting with the development of the programme budget for 2016–2017. In January 2014, the Executive Board at its 134th session endorsed the proposal by the Director-General to establish a working group on strategic resource allocation to provide guidance to the Secretariat in further developing the proposal for a new strategic resource allocation methodology. Since then, a working group has been established comprising six Member States (representing each of the six WHO regions) in order to provide guidance to the Secretariat in developing a proposal for a new strategic resource allocation methodology. The Sixty-seventh World Health Assembly considered the report of the twentieth meeting of the Programme, Budget and Administration Committee of the Executive Board, contained in document A67/6. During the discussions, support was expressed for the Committee’s recommendations, which included endorsing the roadmap that set out the proposed way forward and changing the name of the relevant working group, which thus became the Working Group on Strategic Budget Space Allocation. At its 135th session, the Executive Board in decision EB135(1), endorsing a recommendation of the Programme Budget and Administration Committee, decided to maintain the current membership of the Working Group. The Regional Committee is invited to consider the attached working paper and to provide further guidance for the development of a proposal on a new strategic budget space allocation methodology.
Regional Committee for Africa, 64. (2014). Strategic budgets space allocation. World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/143653
DescriptionRegional Committee for Africa, Sixty-four session
Gov't Doc #AFR/RC64/11A
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