Health Partnerships consider unequal power relations and inequalities experienced by individuals as a result of their social identities and conduct GESI activities and analysis to ensure GESI is mainstreamed into organizations, programmes, interventions and activities.
Partnerships identify groups at risk of marginalization, vulnerability, and exclusion to target within their projects
Partnerships incorporate GESI related activities into planning, delivery and review of programmes, interventions, and services
Partnerships collect and analyse data disaggregated by relevant social stratifiers to inform planning, delivery, review, and monitoring of programmes and services (sex, age, disability, etc.)
Partnerships ensure meaningful participation of key groups in planning, delivery, review and monitoring of programmes and services