Outcome 2.1. Government coordinates, monitors, reports on and revises employment, education, housing, health, social protection and cultural policies to be more evidence-based, rights-based and socially inclusive. Outcome 2.3 Basic health and education, social protection and employment service providers are better able to ensure access to quality services for socially excluded and vulnerable groups, including marginalised rural poor.
Output 2.1.3. State and Entity Health Ministries coordinate and develop inter-sectoral policies and strategies to improve women and children's status of and to mainstream them into ongoing social sector reforms, including in the areas of: nutrition, health, integrated early childhood development, family planning and reproductive health commodity securityOutput 2.3.3. Integrated Early Childhood Centres established in selected municipalities to improve child health, nutrition, education and protectionOutput 2.3.4. Health, education and social protection providers, together with community volunteers, have improved knowledge and skills to empower youth and women to make informed decisions on reproductive health and nutrition
Indicator 2.1.3.b: # of Nutrition Working Group meetings and participatory planning policy consultations on Infant and Young Child Feeding (IYCF) Policy. Baseline: 0 Working Group meetings held. Target: The National IYCF Policy developed through participatory process where 8 Working Group meetings and 10 public consultations are held. Indicator 2.1.3c: The ECD and nutrition is included in BiH Social Inclusion Strategy and other sectoral ongoing reforms. Baseline: ECD and nutrition is not emphasised by sectoral reforms.Target: ECD and nutrition is emphasised by BiH ongoing social sectoral reforms.Indicator 2.1.3. g: Number of midwives with improved capacities to provide nutrition and family planning counseling to families with children.Baseline: To be established in year 1.Target: Increasing by 10% each year.Indicator 2.3.3.b: # of health, nutrition and child development specialists from selected municipalities that have built capacity through UNICEF's training to deliver parenting education and support ECI and social work services to families and children with malnutrition.Baseline: 30 Professionals from health, education and child protection sectors.Target: 100 Professionals from health, education and child protection sectors.Indicator 2.3.4 a: Number of women receiving information on reproductive health and nutrition through ICCPs.Baseline: To be established in year 1.Target: Increasing by 25% each year.Indicator 2.3.4 b: Number of peer education clubs with programme on nutrition established.Baseline: To be set up 1st year (number of established peer education clubs with programme on nutrition).Target: Increase of 50% each following year.Indicator 2.3.4c: Number of community volunteer networks established to assist IPCCs in identifying childhood malnutrition and enhance local awareness on nutrition and health.Baseline: 0Target: 10 Community volunteer networks established