Effective development and execution of a costed implementation plan (CIP) requires a country-led, systematic, and highly participatory process, involving a range of stakeholders and technical experts usually led by a country’s Ministry of Health. While the CIP team’s exact make-up, responsibilities, and relationships should be tailored to the country’s context, this document presents the key recommended groups and positions needed for CIP development and execution, along with proposed scopes of work.
Originally developed under the Health Policy Project, this document is included in the updated CIP Resource Kit.
Health Policy Plus. 2018. Costed Implementation Plans (CIPs) for Family Planning: Team Roles and Responsibilities for CIP Development and Execution. Washington, DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus.
English PDF 635.2 kbJuly 2018
Health Policy Plus. 2018. Plans d’Action Nationaux Budgétisés (PANB) de Planification Familiale: Rôles et responsabilités de l’équipe de développement et exécution d’un PANB. Washington, DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus.
French PDF 813.5 kbOctober 2018
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