Egypt's Leadership Development Program born
Turkey and Pakistan start to implement their plan which is then incorporated into other reproductive health activities supported by UNFPA.
See the Egypt:
Nine partners met with WHO/RHR to develop a conceptual framework to support the effective dissemination, adaptation and utilization of technical tools and guidelines.
The result was the DAU process -
At the Nepal DAU meeting in 2000, partners developed and introduced the following interactive learning events: the Mini-University, the Technology Café and the Country Information Exchange Bazaar.
Country feedback became the catalyst for transforming the DAU process into the Implementing Best Practices (IBP) Initiative.
Although the Nepal meeting won the praise of participants, comments
At the Cairo meeting the Jordan team set itself the goal of improving reproductive health and family planning (RH/FP) counselling. As a first step, the country needed to write national standards for
The Director of China’s State Family Planning Commission attended the Nepal meeting and invited WHO/RHR to bring the DAU process to China. It was agreed to convene a meeting of senior managers from
The strategic review created a workplan for 2002–2006 which became the basis for the evolving strategy to implement and scale up best practices.
By early 2001 the partnership was attracting new members,
In 1999, the partnership started with WHO, Department of Reproductive Health (WHO/RHR) and the then Department of Organization and Health Systems (WHO/OSD).
Through surveys, literature reviews and
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