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Deliverable From: To Biennium: Filter
Implementation Plan Dashboard
  Assess and Strategise Design Construct Implement Operate and Review
1. Programmatic - Improved health outcomes  
1.1 Programme, Planning, and Financing: WHOs priorities defined and addressed in a systematic, transparent and focused manner and financed accordingly
 1.1.1. Needs driven priority setting, result definition and resource allocation aligned to delivery of results         56%
 1.1.2. Improve the delivery model at the three levels of the Organization to better support Member States       90% 87%
 1.1.3. Adequate and aligned financing to support strategic focus   94% 90% 81% 79%
 1.1.4. Transparent reporting of results delivery and use of resources          
2. Governance - Greater coherence in global health  
2.1 Governance: Improved strategic decision making
 2.1.1. Proactive engagement ahead of Governing Body Meetings 93%     93%  
 2.1.2. Coordination and harmonisation of Governing Body practices 93%        
 2.1.3. Member States work coherently in Global Health          
2.2 Engagement with other stakeholders: Strengthened effective engagement with stakeholders
 2.2.1. Leverage non-State actors to achieve WHO's results 75% 75% 70% 29% 25%
 2.2.2. Risk managed engagement     43% 10%  
 2.2.3. Maximize convergence with the UN system reform to deliver effectively and efficiently on the UN mandate 80% 80% 80% 80% 73%
 2.2.4. Actively promote policy and operational coherence in global health          
3. Management - An Organization which pursues excellence  
3.1 Human Resources: Staffing matched to needs at all levels of the organization
 3.1.1. Strengthened and more relevant Human Resource strategy          
 3.1.2. Attract talent 85% 71% 69% 45% 40%
 3.1.3. Retain and develop talent     86% 70% 42%
 3.1.4. Enabling environment         94%
3.2 Accountability and Transparency: Effective managerial accountability, transparency and risk management
 3.2.1. Effective internal control and risk management processes   98% 89% 88% 88%
 3.2.2. Effective disclosure and management of conflicts framework     77% 67% 67%
 3.2.3. Effective promotion and adherence to core ethical values 98% 92% 90% 33% 33%
3.3 Evaluation: Institutionalized corporate culture of evaluation and learning
 3.3.1. Strengthened WHO policy on Evaluation          
 3.3.2. Institutionalisation of evaluation function 84% 80% 76% 73% 67%
 3.3.3. Staff and programmes plan evaluation and use results of evaluation to improve their work         81%
 3.3.4. WHO champions learning from successes and failures     25% 50%  
3.4 Information Management: Information managed as a strategic asset
 3.4.1. A strategic framework for streamlined and standardized information management policies, processes, roles & responsibilities and tools          
 3.4.2. Streamlined national reporting          
 3.4.3. Information and Communications Technology (ICT) systems in place to support information management          
 3.4.4. Promoting a knowledge sharing culture     98% 49% 53%
3.5 Communications: Improved reliability, credibility and relevance of communications
 3.5.1. Clear Communications Roadmap     30% 89% 95%
 3.5.2. Showcasing the consistent quality and how WHO works to improve health       58%  
 3.5.3. Provide accurate, accessible, timely, understandable, useable health information 80% 99% 69% 72% 75%
 3.5.4. WHO staff all have access to the programmatic and organizational information they need 70% 81% 50% 50% 50%
 3.5.5. Quick, accurate and proactive communications in disease outbreak, public health emergencies and humanitarian crisis 57% 75% 64% 68% 82%