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28 Oct 2022
Regional Workshop on experiences using the CRVS Systems Improvement Framework, 28 October 2022
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The CRVS Systems Improvement Framework was developed by Vital Strategies, with the support of the Bloomberg Philanthropies Data for Health Initiative, in collaboration with ESCAP, ECA, WHO and other partners. As many as 13 countries in Asia-Pacific and Africa are at various stages of framework implementation. 

Vital Strategies in collaboration with ESCAP and ECA, are in the process of taking stock of the lessons learned from the country implementation of the Framework and its applicability in the political, administrative, and legal context of these countries. As part of this exercise, a workshop for countries in Asia and the Pacific was held online on 28 October 2022. The workshop focused on the lessons learned from the country-level implementation and the experiences gained by the country teams and national/international consultants who provided technical assistance in implementing the Framework. Further information and country presentations are available here.

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