1 Result Matrix: Government of Bolivia UNICEF Country Programme Millennium Development Goals / Millennium Declaration Commitments / CRC Article(s): Achieve universal primary education (MDG 2); Promote gender equality and empower women (MDG 3); Reduce child mortality (MDG 4); Improve maternal health (MDG 5); Combat HIV/AIDS, malaria and other diseases (ODM 7); Ensure environmental sustainability (MDG 7) National Development Priorities: Political Constitution of the Plurinational State of Bolivia; National Development Plan; Ley Marco de Autonomías y Descentralización; Human Rights National Development Plan; Plan de Igualdad de Oportunidades; Sistema Único de Salud; Sistema de Salud Familiar, Comunitaria e Intercultural; Health Sectoal Plan; Institutional Plan of Education; Ley Educativa Avelino Siñani; Plan Sectorial de Desarrollo de Saneamiento Básico ; Programa Multisectorial de Desnutrición Cero; Ley del Medio Ambiente UNDAF Outcome: Fortalecimiento del Estado plurinacional y la sociedad intercultural a nivel nacional y autonómico (UNDAF Outcome 1); Avances significativos en el acceso universal a la educación y salud de calidad, y en la garantía del derecho a la alimentación, a la nutrición y al agua potable (UNDAF Outcome 2): Protección de la naturaleza y reducción de riesgo de desastre (UNDAF Outcome 4) Programme Component (and related Focus Area of the MTSP) 1.Quality Social Services with Equity (MTSP Focus Area 1,2 and 3) Programme Component Result(s) Key Progress Indicators, s and s (for each PCR) Major Partners, Partnership Frameworks and Cooperation Programmes 1.1Reduction of maternal mortality, infant and neonatal mortality, and reduction of chronic malnutrition and HIV vertical transmission. Maternal mortality rate per 100,000 live births 2008 (ENDSA) NATIONAL: 180 x l.b. ORURO: 234 (31 cases) BENI: 259 (36 cases) LA PAZ: 345 (15 cases) COCHABAMBA: 149 (88 cases) CHUQUISACA: 142 (27 cases) 197 cases <100 x l.b. National: 165 x 100,000 l.b. ORURO: 13 cases BENI: 14 cases LA PAZ: 4 cases COCHABAMBA: 66 cases CHUQUISACA: 19 cases 116 cases Neonatal mortality (under 28 days) per 1,000 live births 2008 (ENDSA) NATIONAL: 27 X 1,000 l.b. ORURO: 23 (313 cases) BENI: 12.6 (209 cases) LA PAZ: 35 (157 cases) COCHABAMBA: 27 (164 cases) CHUQUISACA: 27 (513 cases) Ministry of Health and Sports, Ministry of Environment and Water, Ministry of Education, departmental and municipal governments, social and indigenous organizations; children and women organizations
2 1,356 cases NATIONAL: 24.4 x 1,000 l.b. ORURO: 19( 262 cases) BENI: 12.6 (175 cases) LA PAZ: 29 (133 cases) COCHABAMBA: 22 (138 cases) CHUQUISACA: 461 cases 1,169 cases Infant mortality (under 1 year) per 1,000 live births 2008 (ENDSA) NATIONAL: 50 x 1,000 l.b. ORURO: 51 (695 cases) BENI: 34 (475 cases) LA PAZ: 59 (266 cases) COCHABAMBA: 30 (1,823 cases) CHUQUISACA: 42 (798 cases) 4,057 cases NATIONAL: 42 x 1,000 l.b. ORURO: 36 (494 cases) BENI: 24 (338 cases) LA PAZ: 42 (189 cases) COCHABAMBA: 21 (1,298 cases) CHUQUISACA: 718 cases 3,037 cases Prevalence of HIV vertical transmition % (Programa Nacional ITS/VIH/SIDA) Below 2% Rural safe water and sanitation coverage 2008 (MDG 6 th Report, UDAPE) Rural water supply coverage: 50,8% Rural sanitation coverage: 37,1% Rural water coverage: 64% Rural sanitation coverage: 52%
3 1.2 Increase access to, and learning and completion of culturally appropriate early-child, pre-primary, primary and lower secondary education at the right age. Percentage of chronic malnutrition in children under 5 years of age 2008 (ENDSA) NATIONAL: 22% ORURO: 33.4 (16,690 cases) BENI: 17.8 (11,102 cases) LA PAZ: 29.8 (70,184 cases) COCHABAMBA: 30.5 (6,486) cases CHUQUISACA: 35% ( cases) 134,649 cases NATIONAL: < 15% ORURO: 7,495 cases BENI: 9,355 cases LA PAZ: 23,551 cases COCHABAMBA: 2,126 cases CHUQUISACA: 25,875 cases 68,402 cases Pre-school net enrolment rate disaggregated by sex and rural/urban (MoE - SIE 2010) NATIONAL: 40.3% NATIONAL: 45% (50% in intervention area) Primary net enrolment rate disaggregated by sex and rural/urban (MoE - SIE 2010) NATIONAL: 86.4% NATIONAL: 90%,(90% in intervention area) Primary completion rate disaggregated by sex and rural/urban (MoE - SIE 2010) NATIONAL: 8 th grade: 77,1%; 6 th grade: NATIONAL: 6 th grade: 85% (87% in intervention area) Transition rate to secondary disaggregated by sex and Ministry of Education; departmental and municipal governments, social and indigenous organizations; children and women organizations
4 rural/urban NATIONAL: 80% (82% in intervention area) Learning achievements (sample at national level) (MoE, OPCE 2010) 18% of 5th grade students have a high level of reading comprehension, 15% have a high level of logical- mathematical reasoning skills 40% of 5th grade students have a high level of reading comprehension, 37% have a high level of logical- mathematical skills Regional curricula with cultural, gender and linguistic relevance are not implemented in the education system 100% of children of 7 indigenous nations learn with culturally (content and language) and gender sensitive relevant curricula % of children under four years of age with access to quality, culturally, linguistically and gender sensitive relevant early childhood education and care : NATIONAL: 5% (7% in intervention area)
5 Millennium Development Goals / Millennium Declaration Commitments / CRC Article(s): Eradicate extreme poverty and hunger (MDG 1), Section VI Millennium Declaration National Development Priorities: Political Constitution of the Plurinational State of Bolivia; National Development Plan; Ley Marco de Autonomías y Descentralización; Human Rights National Development Plan; Plan de Igualdad de Oportunidades; Programa de Erradicación Progresiva del Trabajo Infantil; Ley de Reducción de Riesgos y Atención de Emergencias y/o Desastres UNDAF Outcome: Fortalecimiento del Estado plurinacional y la sociedad intercultural a nivel nacional y autonómico (UNDAF Outcome 1); Protección de la naturaleza y reducción de riesgo de desastre (UNDAF Outcome 4) Programme Component (and related Focus Area of the MTSP) 2. Protection of children and adolescents (MTSP Focus Area 4) Programme Component Result(s) Key Progress Indicators, s and s (for each PCR) Major Partners, Partnership Frameworks and Cooperation Programmes 2.1 Children and adolescents, especially the most vulnerable are protected by an enhanced legal and policy framework (social welfare, law reform and justice system), and have access to child protection system, programmes and services (including timely birth registration) preventing and protecting them from violence, abuse and exploitation. % of municipalities with protective, surveillance and restoration of rights services (Child Rights Defender s Offices and Community Volunteers) 86% (Child Rights Defender s Offices); 53% Community Volunteers 95% Child Rights Defender s Offices; 65% Community Volunteers Number of Programs of gender-based violence and other forms of violence, abuse and exploitation prevention at the departmental level 2 Prevention Programs 9 violence Prevention Programs Number of children victims and witnesses have access to justice without re-victimization 469 children/year with Gesell camera interview 800 children/year with Gesell camera interview Number of girls and boys victims of abuse and sexual violence have access to protective gender sensitive services and psychosocial recovery 390 children/year Ministry of Justice; Ministry of Labour; Ministry of Education; Ministry of Defence; Vice Ministry of Civil Defence; Justice Court; Attorney's Office; Plurinational Assembly; Ombudsperson Office; local governments; the private sector; non-governmental organizations; universities; national, departmental and municipal Emergency Operative Committees; humanitarian NGOs networks; social and indigenous organizations; children and women organizations
6 1,500 children/year Number of working children back to school 57,199 working children out of school 25,000 children back to school National information systems on the status of compliance or violation of rights One system of Children s Rights Defenders in implementation One National Integrated System with at least information from Child Rights Defender s and Attorney s systems % of boys and girls in emergency situations with rights protected and restored 100% % of children under 1 year with a birth registration NATIONAL: 76% NATIONAL: 85% Number of indigenous children in emergency situation with birth registration 10,000 children
7 Millennium Development Goals / Millennium Declaration Commitments / CRC Article(s): Eradicate extreme poverty and hunger (MDG 1) National Development Priorities: Political Constitution of the Plurinational State of Bolivia; National Development Plan; Ley Marco de Autonomías y Descentralización; Human Rights National Development Plan; Plan de Igualdad de Oportunidades; Política de Transparencia y Lucha contra la Corrupción UNDAF Outcome: Fortalecimiento del Estado plurinacional y la sociedad intercultural a nivel nacional y autonómico (UNDAF Outcome 1); Modelo de economía plural y sostenible con medios de vida suficientes para todos/as (UNDAF Outcome 3) Programme Component (and related Focus Area of the MTSP) 3. Monitoring and knowledge generation for the promotion of child rights (MTSP Focus Area 5) Programme Component Result(s) 3.1 Child disparity across all sectors reduced through enhanced monitoring (with disaggregated statistics) and evaluation systems, childfriendly policies and programmes, and evidencebased planning and resource allocation at the national and subnational levels. 3.2 Children and young people express themselves to influence policies and practices affecting their lives. Key Progress Indicators, s and s (for each PCR) Percentage of prioritized municipalities with disaggregated statistics on children and adolescents (male/female, rural/urban). 100% of prioritized municipalities. Two models of local management have been installed to strengthen capacity evidence-based planning, resource allocation and results-based management for addressing the children s rights at municipal level (30 municipalities) and at departmental level (9 departments). 55% (5/9) Departmental Agreements have been signed with the Governors, which includes long-term goals for children. 40% (12/30) of the pilot municipalities participating in the Child Friendly Municipality initiative. 9 Departmental Agreements signed. 30 of the municipalities participating in the Child Friendly Municipality initiative. National information system generates data to monitor social expenditure and child-social expenditure at the national, departmental and municipal levels. Social spending monitoring system installed on UDAPE. Report Major Partners, Partnership Frameworks and Cooperation Programmes Ministry of Planning and Development; Ministry of Economy and Public Finances; Ministry of Autonomies; National Institute of Statistic, Unit of Social and Economic Policies Analysis; Legislative branch (Asamblea Legislativa Plurinacional), departmental and municipal governments; non-governmental organizations; media, academia and private sector. Ministry of Planning and Development; Ministry of Economy and Public Finances; Ministry of Autonomies; National Institute of Statistic, Unit of Social and Economic Policies Analysis; Legislative branch (Asamblea Legislativa
8 on child-oriented expenditure. There is a national and decentralized information system that allows the monitoring of the budget allocated for children. Plurinacional), departmental and municipal governments; non-governmental organizations; media, academia and private sector. Monitoring system to strengthen the capacities of Assembly Members, to fulfill its legislative, oversight and budget allocation for the children s rights accomplishment. Tracking system to the legislative work relating to the children rights is not available. There is a system that allows monitoring the work of the Assembly for the protection of children s rights Boys and girls on equal basis have a space to influence public policies. Authorities considered the voice of boys and girls on equal basis in designing public policies. Empowered girls include their own agenda in decision-making spaces at national and subnational levels. Families and communities encourage boys and girls development with gender equality and withot discrimination. There is no exists a space that amplifies the voice of boys and girls on a regular basis for public policy advocacy Boys and girls on equal basis have a space to influence the agenda of public policies.
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