The role of Accountability in sustaining SRHR programs in crisis and Fragile Situations in Jordan

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The policy brief titled ‘The Role of Accountability in the Sustainability of Sexual and Reproductive Health Programs in Crises and Fragile Situations in Jordan’ seeks to enhance the access of individuals affected by crises and fragile environments to comprehensive sexual and reproductive health information, services, rights, and care. It aims to expedite the achievement of national and sustainable development goals by advocating the adoption and development of mechanisms alongside an accountability framework. This framework is intended to serve as a guiding map for donors and policymakers, fostering a multi-sectoral participatory approach to sustain sexual and reproductive health programs.

Specifically, the framework endeavours to bolster coordination among diverse stakeholders to enhance access to high-quality sexual and reproductive health services for individuals affected by crises and vulnerabilities in Jordan. It seeks to institutionalize multi-sectoral accountability within the realm of sexual and reproductive health, propelling progress towards the complete realization of sexual and reproductive health and rights for all. This is to be achieved through effective accountability measures involving the government and all stakeholders.

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  • Co-Creation Conference Grants

  • 2020

  • Jordan

  • Advocacy

  • SRHR in crisis and/or fragile situations

  • SRHR services

  • Share-Net Jordan

  • Arabic

  • English

  • Policy Brief

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The role of Accountability in sustaining SRHR programs in Crisis and Fragile Situations in Jordan: Policy brief (in English).

The role of Accountability in sustaining SRHR programs in Crisis and Fragile Situations in Jordan: Policy brief (in Arabic).

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Higher Population Council (HPC)

The Higher Population Council (HPC) is considered as the national reference for all population and development-related information; analysis and population driven policy directives. With a three-pronged theory of change focusing at the enabling environment level of legislative frameworks/policies; the institutional level; and the community/individual level, HPC facilitates the integration and mainstreaming of population profiles/dynamics and population issues/challenges and opportunities into socioeconomic and political planning frameworks at national and local levels; monitors and evaluates their implementation; advocates and raise awareness on these issues; and enhances national capabilities in coordination with partners to achieve sustainable development, justice and equal opportunities for all. Focusing on the thematic areas of a human-rights based approach to development; youth empowerment; gender equality; and refugees/migrants access to rights the HPC proposes population strategies/projections; carries out specialized population-issues relevant studies based on analysis of national statistical data to provide evidence-base policy making and enhances the cooperation and coordination with national, regional and international organizations concerned with population issues.