By Felogene Anumo
The High Level Panel recently presented to the UN Secretary General a report with recommendations of what they envisage for the Post 2015 framework.
The next stage of handing over the process to the UN Open Working Group and Member States leading up to the September Special Session on the MDGs requires vigilance and active engagement. Civil society organizations need to galvanize people to sign on and own this framework to ensure that the text does not get watered down. Women especially stand a lot to gain including especially with the inclusion of a stand-alone gender goal as well as disaggregated indicators in other goals. Eliminating violence against women and ending child marriage are included as indicators and the panel has gone beyond previous commitments to recommend universal access to contraception and sexual and reproductive health rights.
Kenya is a Co-chair to the Intergovernmental UN Open Working…
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