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Improving Human Resource Forecasting for Healthcare Services: Global Implications of a Next-Generation Planning Solution

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It’s 5 a.m. in Selingué, Mali, and Mama Diancoumba is beginning her day. Child care comes first. Her husband lives far away in another town where there’s work, so she focuses on getting her three children, ranging in age from two to twelve, dressed, fed, and out the door to school. But Mama’s responsibilities extend far beyond taking care of her own family. As the midwife in charge of maternity services at the local health center, she is key to the welfare of hundreds of mothers and children in her community.