Author: HRH2030

Next week begins the 75th session of the United Nations General Assembly. Despite the global COVID-19 pandemic, neither health nor health workers are in the spotlight this year, a disappointment after last year’s adoption of the political declaration on Universal Health Coverage. Fortunately, those...

Eight months ago, I sat down to write the January edition of this monthly Director’s Digest in my usual optimistic state of mind, writing that while “it’s easy to be a pessimist when one thinks about the scale of problems we’re grappling with around...

A week ago, the HRH2030 project team celebrated the culmination of a six-month campaign to promote the resiliency of the health workforce. We began with an initial idea: to launch a prize modeled after USAID’s Inclusive Health Access Prize. We changed the focus on...

The topic of health worker resiliency is still in the headlines, and I expect it will continue to be, as the global health workforce continues to grapple with COVID-19. A new report from the United Nations last month put the focus on mental health,...

Dr. Christophe Ndoua is the coordinating director for the National Malaria Control Program (NMCP) in the Central African Republic. HRH2030’s Capacity Building for Malaria activity supports countries such as the Central African Republic to achieve their malaria control and elimination goals....