In the 2015 Accountability Progress Report, WHO reviews progress on implementation of the 10 recommendations made by the Commission on Information and Accountability (CoIA) on linking investments to results for women’s and children’s health.
Accountability for women’s and children’s health: 2015 progress reportThe Commission, established in 2011 shifted the landscape of women’s and children’s health, moving accountability for resources and results to the centre of the agenda. The recommendations have spurred action on long-neglected basic systems, such as those tracking births and deaths (vital statistics and civil registration systems) and the tracking of financial resources at both national and global levels.

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