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21 May 2021
CRVS Systems Improvement Framework published
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The CRVS Systems Improvement Framework has been launched by several international partners. Recognizing the existing gaps to universal registration in most countries, it offers a structured approach to help bridge these gaps. This new comprehensive tool will support countries in improving civil registration processes to register every birth, death, marriage and divorce.
The new tool will support CRVS stakeholders in analyzing and redesigning existing processes to improve their CRVS system’s performance and transform these recommendations into a strategic action plan for implementing improvements. The framework builds on an array of existing CRVS guidelines and uses business process mapping to introduce an approach to strengthening CRVS systems.
You can read more about the tool here.

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