Policy - United Nations Development Assistance Framework for Ethiopia

Date:
2016
End year:
2020
Published by:
UN Country Team in Ethiopia
Is the policy document adopted?:
No / No information
Type of policy:
Non-national nutrition policy document

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Goals, objectives or targets related to nutrition: 

Outcome 1: By 2020 Ethiopia will achieve increasingly robust and inclusive growth in agricultural production and productivity and increased commercialisation of the agricultural sector.

 

Outcome 7: Enhanced appropriate feeding and care practices for improved nutrition status of children under five years,adolescents, pregnant and lactating women.

 

Output 7.1: National,subnational and partner capacity (multisectoral nutrition technical committees and nutrition coordination bodies at all levels) strengthened for National Nutrition Programme (NNP) implementation, coordination, monitoring and reporting.

 

Output 7.2: Improved nutrition care practices for infants, young children, adolescents, and pregnant and lactating women (PLW).

 

Output 7.3: Enhanced capacity of the health system to provide quality preventive and curative nutrition services for infants, young children, adolescents, and pregnant and lactating women.

 

Outcome 9: By 2020 the Ethiopian population, in particular women, children and vulnerable groups, have increased access to and use affordable, safe and adequate water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) services.

 

Output 9.1: Strengthened capacity of WASH sector Ministry (water, health & education) in conducting strategic planning, coordination, leveraging, advocacy and implementation of development and emergency WASH interventions.

 

Output 9.2: Strengthened sector WASH capacity in knowledge management that informs improvements in service delivery, policies, procedures, monitoring and evaluation at the federal and regional levels.

 

Output 9.3: Enhanced support for children and families leading to resilient and equitable, access to and use of safe and adequate water and sanitation services and adoption of appropriate hygiene practices in households and institutions in urban and rural areas.

 

 

Output 9.4:Populations affected by WASH Emergencies receive WASH services in line with minimum standards.

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