Global Reference List of 100 Core Health Indicators
The aim of the Global Reference List is to contribute to the reduction of reporting requirements and to promote greater alignment with, and investment in, one country-led health sector platform for results and accountability that forms the basis for global reporting. The Global Reference List aims at rationalization and encourages stakeholders to consider only the most important and critical indicators.The Global Reference List is a means to an end. The main objectives are: 1. to guide monitoring of health results nationally and globally; 2. to reduce excessive and duplicative reporting requirements; 3. to enhance efficiency of data collection investments in countries; 4. to enhance availability and quality of data on results; and 5. to improve transparency and accountability. The outcome statement of the meeting of global health agency leaders on 24 September 2015, presented hereafter, puts The Global Reference List in a broader context.
Added on: 02 July, 2015