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THE UN H6 JOINT PROGRAMME ON REPRODUCTIVE, MATERNAL, NEWBORN, CHILD AND ADOLESCENT HEALTH (RMNCAH)

The strategic conclusions of the evaluation are that the UNH6 Joint Programme on RMNCAH, HIV and GBV was relevant and aligned to international development goals (SDGs 3 and SDG 5), UNDAF outcomes on Human Capacity Development, county and country priorities as contained in Kenya’s vision 2030, Medium Term Plans, strategic plans, and the specific needs of target direct and indirect beneficiaries. As a UNDAF Flagship initiative, the programme has also demonstrated that the UNH6 partnership can Deliver as One (DaO) with adequate planning and consultations. However, due to differences in internal processes among the agencies, the programme was administratively complex and UN agencies need to explore more streamlined approaches for enhanced efficiencies when implementing similar programmes.Through sustained advocacy efforts, the programme greatly succeeded in creating prominence for RMNCAH/ HIV/GBV/SRHR services to end preventable maternal, child and neonatal deaths in high burden counties including the six target counties.