Beitrag zu Health Pooled Fund (HPF-II) - Support to the Implementation of the Health Sector Development Programme of Ethiopia
The objective of Health Pooled Fund (HPF)-II is to contribute to the fulfilment of the objectives of the Health Sector Development Programme(HSDP) by supporting key processes and technical assistance in a flexible, timely and convenient manner, in accordance with the harmonisation agenda and action plan.
The HPF-II will be accessed for programmes and activities of sector-wide scope and benefits, including the following:
+ support key HSDP monitoring and evaluation events, such as Annual Review Meetings, Joint Review Meetings, Mid-Term Reviews and Evaluations to improve the implementation of HSDP and facilitate the sector's contributions to the overall PASDEP/MDG monitoring and reporting process as well as the tracking of progress in terms of the relevant indicators and targets in the PASDEP policy matrix
+help to cover the cost of workshops for policy dialogue and formulation, and seminars on important health issues in Ethiopia
+provide resources for commissioning relevant studies on key health sector issues (applied research).
+enable health policy makers and key implementers to participate in local and international conferences, seminars, short study trips or visits of high strategic relevance to health policy development and implementation
+provide resources for the recruitment of international and national consultants to assist the Ministry on policy related research, assessments and innovations
+strengethning the capacity of the HSDP secretariat and FMOH in co-ordination of activities in the health sector
+to build capacity at all levels of the health system in planning, M&E, and Harmonization and Alignment
+sponsoring meetings of the MOH and the private health sector and providing TA on development of standards, guidelines and manuals on Public Private Partnerships
+provide resources for any other relevant process activities in support of the implementation of HSDP priorities, subject to prior approval of JCCC