Principle 4

Establish infrastructure and capacity for education and the delivery of care.

Establish the infrastructure and an integrated network of service providers to provide a continuum-of-care, and with the capacity to meet CEP needs. Put in place measures and reporting processes to monitor implementation progress.

4.1. Assess the capacity required to implement the CEP Policy, in
relation to infrastructure, capacity of service delivery organisations and availability of trained professionals.

4.2. Identify Capacity Gaps and develop plans to address them, with associated funding needs.

4.3. Define the Operating Model and guidelines governing the delivery of health care (for mother and child), social services, and early childhood care, through a network of service providers and partnerships between government, non-government and civil society stakeholders in CEP.

4.4. Develop the infrastructure e.g. care centres and transport, to enable access by all population groups to CEP care and services as called out in SDG9.

4.5. If applicable, address the issue of adequate and equitable access to water, sanitation and hygiene, paying special attention to the needs of women and girls as defined in SDG6.

4.6. Assess the needs for qualified health care, social services, childcare and education professionals, and develop plans to address the gaps identified.

4.7. Where applicable, address the need for qualified educators through international cooperation for educator training and creation of scholarships for education of professionals in disadvantaged communities and countries as defined in SDG4.

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