The Thirteenth General Programme of Work (GPW 13) defines WHO’s strategy for the five-year period, 2019-2023. It focuses on triple billion targets to achieve measurable impacts on people’s health at the country level.
The triple billion targets are to ensure by 2023:
The Results framework tracks the joint efforts of the Secretariat, Member States and partners to measure progress towards GPW13 targets and the Secretariat’s contribution. The measurement of the Results Framework has three integrated components:
WHO impact measurement
The Impact measurement is based on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and measures progress via 46 outcome indicators, triple billion indices and healthy life expectancy.
Country case studies
The country case studies paint a qualitative picture and provide human face to the data from the impact measurement and output scorecard.
The output scorecard assesses WHO’s contribution to outcomes and impact across six dimensions of technical support, leadership and normative work.
A key pillar of the World Health Organization’s transformation agenda
was to make it a modern data-driven organization and to have a
measurable impact on the lives of people we serve. WHO’s Global
Programme of Work 13 has impact measurement at its centre with specific
indicators based on the health related Sustainable Development Goals to
track progress. This video is an introduction to the methods used to
measure these indicators with clear baselines and targets globally and
for every country.
Triple Billion dashboard
Tracking the work of WHO, countries, regions and partners to meet the triple billion targets and health-related SDGs.
The purpose of this document is to describe the methods to be used to measure the impact of the World Health Organization’s Thirteenth...
Second global technical consultation
April 16-17, 2020