HRH2030 helps low- and middle-income countries develop the health workforce needed to prevent maternal and child deaths, support the goals of Family Planning 2020, control the HIV/AIDS epidemic, and protect communities from infectious diseases.

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Indonesia HIV and Human Resources for Health (HRH) Assessment: Recommendations for implementing and scaling up the Test and Treat Policy

Using the results of a policy level assessment, we provide recommendations for building, managing, and optimizing the health workforce for HIV services which are laid out in detail in this report.

Why Human Resources for Health?


While USAID and other global health leaders strive to promote healthier lives for all, shifting disease dynamics and population growth in low- and middle-income countries pose ever-increasing stress on national health systems. As a critical piece of the health system, a strong health workforce — with the right skills and in the right places — is key to alleviating these pressures. However, leaders at all levels face a global health workforce shortage and, in many cases, they lack the data and tools needed to optimize the existing workforce and advocate for more resources. HRH2030 aims to work with partners across sectors to find sustainable solutions to these challenges, furthering USAID’s vision of sustained, equitable access to responsive, high-quality health services.