Togo Sample Clauses

Togo. The Government of the Republic of Togo recognizes the competence of the Committee against Torture to receive and consider communications to the effect that a State Party claims that another State Party is not fulfilling its obligations under this Convention. The Government of the Republic of Togo recognizes the competence of the Committee against Torture to receive and consider communications from or on behalf of individuals subject to its jurisdiction who claim to be victims of a violation by a State Party of the provisions of the Convention.
Togo. Abortion in Togo was only discussed as a risk factor for pre-­‐term delivery in later pregnancies:
Togo. Supported the Ministry of Health to convene an advocacy event and disseminate an HP+-developed budget process brief in support of increasing public resources for the purchase of antiretroviral drugs. At the end of the meeting, participants—which included UNDP, the USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program, RAS+, the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Economy and Finance, and other HIV stakeholders— called for increasing resource mobilization by finding synergies with family planning advocacy interventions. MaliDisseminated an advocacy video on the importance of CHWs in providing essential community healthcare via various channels, including national and local television and social media to influence political decisionmakers and bolster public support for the government to take responsibility for the payment of CHWs' salaries using domestic resources. • Supported advocacy by the National Program against Gender Based Violence, resulting in a partnership between them and the Alliance of Christian and Muslim Leaders that ensures key actors are united in the fight against gender-based violence in Mali. MalawiRoundtable discussions held, on two separate occasions, resulting in commitments by key ministries and district-level stakeholders to advocate for child- friendly mobile courts; guidelines to prevent child, early, and forced marriages during humanitarian situations, including pandemics; and increased funding for child protections. • A meeting, and later an orientation, organized for Members of Parliament, the Ministry of Gender, and other policymakers to harmonize a legal framework on the minimum legal age of marriage, increasing the likelihood the bill will be passed by Parliament. SPOTLIGHT Joint Accountability Between Government and Civil Society Strengthens Family Planning Implementation and Monitoring Achieving family planning goals requires ongoing involvement from multiple stakeholders, particularly in the face of competing priorities. Countries are revising their FP2030 commitments and, as a new requirement, establishing accountability frameworks to engage stakeholders in meeting and monitoring those commitments. HP+ worked with civil society and government representatives in Benin, Niger, and Senegal to introduce HP+’s innovative joint accountability approach to strengthen civil society engagement in and government stewardship of the implementation and monitoring of FP2030 commitments. This was the first time joint accountability was introduc...
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