World Health Organization
26 May 2016 – “Committing to implementation of the Global Strategy for Women’s, Children’s and Adolescents’ Health”, Resolution 69.2
‘Emphasizing the crucial role of accountability at all levels, including the important role of data and information systems, and noting the work of the Independent Accountability Panel to synthesize an annual global report on the state of women’s, children’s and adolescents’ health’
19 December 2019 – Follow-up to the high-level meetings of the United Nations General Assembly on health-related issues, Report by WHO Director General
‘The monitor, review, remedy and act cycle of the United Nations Secretary-General’s Independent Accountability Panel for Every Woman, Every Child, Every Adolescent provides an accountability framework for universal health coverage to build on. The Panel recommends inter alia making universal health coverage the umbrella for health accountability, prioritizing the needs of those furthest left behind.
WHO will continue to work with key partners on accountability, including through the global action plan for healthy lives and well-being for all, the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, the Inter-Parliamentary Union, and UHC2030 to promote inclusive sociopolitical participation, engaging parliaments, civil society, academia, media, communities and ultimately citizens’
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