Applying the Innov8 approach for reviewing national health programmes to leave no one behind: lessons learnt from Indonesia

Koller TS, Saint VA, Floranita R, Koemara Sakti GM, Pambudi I, Hermawan L, Briot B, Frenz P, Solar O, Campos P, Villar E, et al. (2018)
Global Health Action: 63-69.

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The World Health Organization's Innov8 Approach for Reviewing National Health Programmes to Leave No One Behind is an eight-step process that supports the operationalization of the Sustainable Development Goals' commitment to 'leave no one behind'. In 2014-2015, Innov8 was adapted and applied in Indonesia to review how the national neonatal and maternal health action plans could become more equity-oriented, rights-based and gender-responsive, and better address critical social determinants of health. The process was led by the Indonesian Ministry of Health, with the support of WHO. It involved a wide range of actors and aligned with/fed into the drafting of the maternal newborn health action plan and the implementation planning of the newborn action plan. Key activities included a sensitization meeting, diagnostic checklist, review workshop and in-country work by the review teams. This 'methods forum' article describes this adaptation and application process, the outcomes and lessons learnt. In conjunction with other sources, Innov8 findings and recommendations informed national and sub-national maternal and neonatal action plans and programming to strengthen a 'leave no one behind' approach. As follow-up during 2015-2017, components of the Innov8 methodology were integrated into district-level planning processes for maternal and newborn health, and Innov8 helped generate demand for health inequality monitoring and its use in planning. In Indonesia, Innov8 enhanced national capacity for equity-oriented, rights-based and gender-responsive approaches and addressing critical social determinants of health. Adaptation for the national planning context (e.g. decentralized structure) and linking with health inequality monitoring capacity building were important lessons learnt. The pilot of Innov8 in Indonesia suggests that this approach can help operationalize the SDGs' commitment to leave no one behind, in particular in relation to influencing programming and monitoring and evaluation.
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Koller TS, Saint VA, Floranita R, et al. Applying the Innov8 approach for reviewing national health programmes to leave no one behind: lessons learnt from Indonesia. Global Health Action. 2018:63-69.
Koller, T. S., Saint, V. A., Floranita, R., Koemara Sakti, G. M., Pambudi, I., Hermawan, L., Briot, B., et al. (2018). Applying the Innov8 approach for reviewing national health programmes to leave no one behind: lessons learnt from Indonesia. Global Health Action, 63-69. doi:10.1080/16549716.2018.1423744
Koller, T. S., Saint, V. A., Floranita, R., Koemara Sakti, G. M., Pambudi, I., Hermawan, L., Briot, B., Frenz, P., Solar, O., Campos, P., et al. (2018). Applying the Innov8 approach for reviewing national health programmes to leave no one behind: lessons learnt from Indonesia. Global Health Action, 63-69.
Koller, T.S., et al., 2018. Applying the Innov8 approach for reviewing national health programmes to leave no one behind: lessons learnt from Indonesia. Global Health Action, , p 63-69.
T.S. Koller, et al., “Applying the Innov8 approach for reviewing national health programmes to leave no one behind: lessons learnt from Indonesia”, Global Health Action, 2018, pp. 63-69.
Koller, T.S., Saint, V.A., Floranita, R., Koemara Sakti, G.M., Pambudi, I., Hermawan, L., Briot, B., Frenz, P., Solar, O., Campos, P., Villar, E., Magar, V.: Applying the Innov8 approach for reviewing national health programmes to leave no one behind: lessons learnt from Indonesia. Global Health Action. 63-69 (2018).
Koller, Theadora Swift, Saint, Victoria Alexis, Floranita, Rustini, Koemara Sakti, Gita Maya, Pambudi, Imran, Hermawan, Lukas, Briot, Benedicte, Frenz, Patricia, Solar, Orielle, Campos, Pilar, Villar, Eugenio, and Magar, Veronica. “Applying the Innov8 approach for reviewing national health programmes to leave no one behind: lessons learnt from Indonesia”. Global Health Action (2018): 63-69.

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