Indicator 1: Development and implementation of policies: Number of policies/national plans updated/produced and budgeted with the support of the UN to promote and strengthen health in line with the 9 priority programmes of the PNDS 2012 -2025.
Baseline: 4 plans produced.
Goal: 9 plans produced (1. National Strategic Plan for the Aged; 2 .National Strategic Plan for Maternal, Neonatal and Infant Health (including vaccinations); 3. Strategic Plan for Infant Nutrition; 4. National strategic Plan for the control and prevention of malaria; 5. National Plan for Water and Sanitation; 6 .National Policy for Community Interventions; 7. Multiannual Integrated Plan for Vaccination; 8. National Plan for the Elimination of Mother to child HIV; 9. Plan for Management, Procurement and Logistics )
Indicator 2: Capacity building and training. Number of teams of the government and civil society trained in health matters (sexual and reproductive health, including maternal and newborn health, family planning, HIV/AIDS, DNT, etc.).
Baseline: Not available
Goal: 1000 individuals trained in sexual reproductive health and HIV/AIDS by 2019.
Indicator 3: Supply of services. Number of provinces to implement the policy of re- vitalisation of the municipal health services, including integrated services for health, nutrition, water and sanitation and HIV/AIDS.
Baseline: 5 provinces
Goal: 10 provinces by 2019.
Indicator 5: Increase in the number and improvement in the quality of research on hunger, poverty and national inequalities carried out by Angolan universities.
Baseline: At the moment, few national institutions produce research in a systematic way.
Goal: At least four national institutions produce periodic studies which help in decision making.