Project profile — Developing an Investment Plan to Scale Up Civil Registration and Vital Statistics

Download project profile:

Overview

Overview

Developing an Investment Plan to Scale Up Civil Registration and Vital Statistics - Overview
CA-3-D000762001
$117,000
IBRD Trust Funds - World Bank (XM-DAC-44001)
2014-06-22 - 2014-12-30
Closed
Country / region • Europe, regional (25.00%)
• Africa, regional (25.00%)
• America, regional (25.00%)
• Asia, regional (25.00%)
Sector • Education, Level Unspecified
Education policy and administrative management (11110) (25.00%)
• Basic Health
Basic health infrastructure (12230) (25.00%)
• Water And Sanitation
Water sector policy and administrative management (14010) (25.00%)
• Government And Civil Society, General
Public sector policy and administrative management (15110) (25.00%)
Policy marker • Participatory development and good governance (significant objective)
• Urban issues (significant objective)
• Children's issues (significant objective)
• Youth Issues (significant objective)
• Indigenous Issues (significant objective)
• ICT as a tool for development (significant objective)
• Environmental sustainability (cross-cutting) (not targeted)
• Biodiversity (not targeted)
• Desertification (not targeted)
• Gender equality (not targeted)
• Climate Change Adaptation (not targeted)
• Trade development (not targeted)
• Climate change mitigation (not targeted)
• Disability (significant objective)
Description and results

Description

This project will supports the development of a global investment framework for civil registration and vital statistics (CRVS), which is critical to Canadian and global efforts in maternal, newborn, and child health; child protection; education; gender equality; accountability; and other areas. The purpose of this framework is to outline critical gaps and challenges in strengthening CRVS in developing countries, including by identifying potential opportunities and innovations for scale-up, estimating the global financial gap, and outlining options to mobilize partners’ financial contributions. The project will be led by the World Bank.

Expected results

The immediate expected results of this initiative include: the development of a Global Civil Registration and Vital Statistics (CRVS) Scaling Up Investment Plan intended to accelerate progress on CRVS, which will identify key challenges and gaps, including financial needs, within select countries and globally. It will feed into a global effort on CRVS.

Results achieved

Results achieved as of the end of project (January 2015) include: The World Bank Group and WHO, in consultation with the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (DFATD) and several agencies and countries, published the Global CRVS Scaling-Up Investment Plan 2015-2024 in May 2014: http://www.worldbank.org/en/topic/health/publication/global-civil-registration-vital-statistics-scaling-up-investment. The estimated total cost of scaling up and sustaining CRVS systems in the 73 priority countries (excluding China and India) is USD$3.8 billion with an estimated US$2 billion global financing gap over ten years (2015-2024).

Financials

Financials


Original budget $117,000
Planned Disbursement $0
Transactions
Transaction Date Type Value
22-06-2014 Commitment $117,000
05-08-2014 Disbursement $117,000
Country Percentages by Sector
Related information

Related information

Developing an Investment Plan to Scale Up Civil Registration and Vital Statistics - Related information
Related links
Partner website — IBRD Trust Funds - World Bank
Global Affairs Canada
MFM Global Issues & Dev.Branch
Aid grant excluding debt reorganisation
Bilateral
Contributions to specific-purpose programmes and funds managed by implementing partners
Legend

The coloured circles represent the number of markers in proximity. Simply click on the circle to zoom in for more information on projects.

2 to 9 markers 10 to 99 markers 100 to 999 markers 1,000 to 9,999 markers
Marker


Note: The Project Browser provides access to project data published by Global Affairs Canada in accordance with the International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) standard. This is not meant for official reporting, but to provide information on past and current international projects.

Date modified: