2. Strategic Framework
2.1 Approved the proposed priorities and their rankings.
2.2 Approved the proposed targets, with some minor editing, acknowledging that they may require some adjustments when the activities are more fully developed and issues are more closely explored. For example, some of the targets should be made more quantitative.
2.3 Approved the proposed partners or entities that will be responsible for developing the work plan activities and budgets, with one exception: UNICEF, and not ICCs, should be responsible for developing the work plan activities to ensure that the seven large countries are back on track, or show signs of getting back on track, by 2005.
2.4 Agreed to the process and the timeframe for work plan development as proposed in the framework. The overall financing envelope was also endorsed. In response to the suggestion that all funding for implementation of the work plan be channelled through The Vaccine Fund, this will be decided by the concerned donors in consultation with the agencies.
2.5 Agreed to the process and the timeframe for work plan development as proposed in the framework.
2.6 Welcomed the strong commitment to address system-wide barriers and in this context welcomed the planned workshop in Autumn 2003 - coordinated by the Secretariat in consultation with Norad on behalf of the bilaterals - to facilitate development of the work plan.
2.7 Requested that the process used to develop the Strategic Framework - with excellent transparency and sufficient time for consultation and response to feedback - be used for the development of the work plan.