IHP+ is a group of 65 partners committed to improving the health of citizens in developing countries by putting international principles for effective aid and development co-operation into practice in the health sector. Vietnam joined IHP+ in April 2010.
One of the highlighted activities of IHP+ is the monitoring exercise aiming to assess signatories’ performance against aid effectiveness commitments. To date IHP+ has organized 4 Monitoring Rounds, and in the year 2016 it is implementing the 5th round of monitoring. So far 31 countries including Vietnam have opted to participate in the process, including Governments, Development Partners (DPs), Civil Society Organizations and other health stakeholders, including the private sector.
The 5th IHP+ Monitoring Round will track progress against seven effective development cooperation (EDC) practices, which broadly map onto the Seven Behaviours a focus of IHP+ since 2013, using indicators for both IHP+ governments and for IHP+ Development Partners.
See Click here for Vietnam’s report for the 5th IHP+ Monitoring round.