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The National Costed Roadmap to End Child Marriage and Female Genital Mutilation/ Cutting (FGM/C) (National Roadmap) 2020- 2024 is an evidence-based costed plan which outlines the key strategies, packages of interventions, and expected results, targets and milestones towards the elimination of child marriage and FGM/C in Ethiopia. The National Roadmap applies across all contexts in Ethiopia, including in humanitarian and emergency situations which may exacerbate risks of child marriage and FGM/C for girls, reduce access to protective services, and have cross-border dimensions.
In order to assess progress toward achieving compliance with the International Health Regulations (2005), member states may voluntarily request a Joint External Evaluation (JEE). Pakistan was the first country in the WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region to volunteer for and complete a JEE to establish the baseline of the country's public health capacity across multiple sectors covering 19 technical areas. It subsequently developed a post-JEE costed National Action Plan for Health Security (NAPHS). The process for developing the costed NAPHS was based on objectives and activities related to the 3 to 5 priority actions for each of the 19 JEE technical areas. Four key lessons were learned during the process of developing the NAPHS. First, multisectoral coordination at both federal and provincial levels is important in a devolved health system, where provinces are autonomous from a public health sector standpoint. Second, the development of a costed NAPHS requires engagement and investment of the country's own resources for sustainability as well as donor coordination among national and international donors and partners. Engagement from the ministries of Finance, Planning and Development, and Foreign Affairs and from WHO was also important. Third, development of predefined goals, targets, and indicators aligned with the JEE as part of the NAPHS process proved to be critical, as they can be used to monitor progress toward implementation of the NAPHS and provide data for repeat JEEs. Lastly, several challenges were identified related to the NAPHS process and costing tool, which need to be addressed by WHO and partners to help countries develop their plans.
This guide distills the experience of technical experts, governments, and donors in developing costed implementation plans (CIPs) for family planning into a 10-step process, implemented in three phases: planning, development, and execution.
OEM's that employ strategic sourcing techniques often find contract manufacturers are reluctant to supply costed bill's of material. Here are 2 good reasons and 2 bad reasons for this reluctance. Understand the differences then use our 3 secrets to getting the costed BOMs.
If you employ strategic sourcing instead of should cost analysis (see the differences here) you probably ask your suppliers to present you "broken out" pricing, showing how much of the resale price is materials, materials overhead, labor, overhead, and profit. You probably also want to see a certain labor rate and a certain profit percentage. CMs very often manipulate this presentation to show you what you want. When they give you a costed BOM it is more difficult to manipulate.
Over the life of a contract CMs try to make money by reducing material costs and not passing it along to you. This is referred to as purchase price variance (PPV). It is much more difficult for the CM to use PPV to their benefit if you are fully and accurately aware of the costed BOM.
In any private commercial relationship between a buyer and seller there is a reasonable expectation of privacy, and in our industry almost always a formal non-disclosure. By asking a CM to disclose a costed BOM, you are asking them to violate confidentiality with their suppliers.
The best way to avoid these problems is to use the should costing techniques employed by almost all top tier OEMs. With should costing the OEM negotiates the component prices directly with the component suppliers and simply informs the CM of the component costs. Should costing eliminates all the issues related to costed BOM sharing. Here are more reasons you should switch to should costing.
One of the most important ingredients in getting your CM to supply a costed BOM is trust between your companies, and personal trust between your employees. You need to eliminate two fears; 1) that you will disclose their pricing information to competitors, and 2) that you will use the information they supply to hurt them.
You can build trust on the profit issue by requesting the costed BOM post-contract award and offering to share future component cost reductions, no matter who discovers them. When you build personal trust with your CM, you are much more likely to get the information you need.
Sophisticated OEM's realize 80% of their cost is in materials. Rather than simply making counterproductive demands for annual/quarterly cost reductions, or constantly quoting alternative suppliers, they partner with the CM to develop the optimal supply chain for each component. When a CM senses they are a valued partner instead of an adversary on component pricing, they are much more likely to share costed BOM information.
If you want CMs to share their costed BOM's, you should also be willing to share your costed BOMs (or other cost information). There is no clearer signal that you are adversaries and not partners than by refusing to share information with your CM. In short, if you expect your CM to trust you, start by trusting them.
A. The British Academy has received additional funds from BEIS limited to specific schemes (Postdoctoral Fellowships, Mid-Career Fellowships, and Newton International Fellowships) and to be used to offer limited funding for costed extensions. Within each scheme, priority is being given to holders of Fellowships that are most immediately due to finish, and who can make a case that their research progress has been impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic. Each eligible award holder will need to justify what difference an extension is expected to make.
A. The Academy will contact relevant award-holders eligible to apply for a costed extension and invite them to make a case by completing a special Costed Extension Request Report in relation to their award in the Flexi-Grant system. They will have until early August to submit the request.
A. It is unlikely that a case for a costed extension can be successfully made where an award-holder already has a new job to which they can move. The aim of the Postdoctoral Fellowship scheme is to help early career researchers develop their careers to the point of being outstanding candidates for permanent posts. If they have secured such a position it is difficult to see the case for the extension making sufficient difference to their longer-term career development.
A. The costed extension will be calculated on the same basis as the original award and will essentially offer a repeat of the costs of up to the last 6 months (or 3 months for MCFs) of the existing schedule of payments. The Academy is unable to offer costs towards increments or inflation to be built in, to enable clear modelling of the use of the available funding. The employing institution will not be invited to recalculate costs.
A. The final report form will need to be submitted as usual within three months of the revised end date of the Fellowship. An additional question will be included in the final report form requesting specific information on additional outcomes that the costed extension enabled.
The website, englisch-hilfen, says that the word "cost" does not change in three different tense form (past, present, and past participle). However, the dictionary has used the word "have costed" in their explanation. So which one is correct?
The Board is requested to consider a joint recommendation from the Performance, Impact and Learning Committee and the Finance and Risk Committee on the costed extension of Education Out Loud, including allocation of resources to finance the extension, through June 30, 2027.
We expect grant holders to have explored making savings and managing their budget by using unspent funds before applying for a costed extension. While there is a high degree of flexibility in how funds can be used in Trust awards, changes to your budget should still be approved by us.
We expect that applications submitted during and after 2021 will have taken account of the impact of restrictions and will have been written with appropriate contingencies in place for their continuance or resumption. No requests for costed extensions will therefore be considered for awards that arise from applications made in 2021 or later.
Applications for second costed extensions will not generally be supported, although consideration will be given to ensuring doctoral students are able to complete their studies. Further no-cost extensions (at the end of a costed extension period) may be considered. Grant holders should contact the appropriate Grant Manager to discuss their case in the first instance.
The strategic document and costed action plan is meant to provide guidance, clarity of purpose, and national alignment as we respond to NCDs, it does not imply that the strategy is frozen for the next five years. As a result, we expect that this strategy will evolve during its five-year lifespan, as new facts and evidence come to light, and new contexts emerge. The overarching goal of this plan is to reduce premature mortality from NCDs by 25 percent, by 2025. The actions that need to be taken to achieve this are organised in four strategic objectives: 350c69d7ab