Activities

In this three questions piece, HRH2030 Technical Project Manager Mekdelawit Bayu discusses HRH2030’s activity for enhancing supervision to strengthen health worker performance and health system viability....

In the Philippines, USAID’s HRH2030 program is partnering with the Leyte Provincial Health Office to implement a pre-post intervention research study to measure the effects of enhancing health worker supervision by introducing digital integration, data use, and self-assessment innovations....

HRH2030 has developed a range of resources to support health workforce development across the health worker life cycle. Our comprehensive resource library can be found here. Through the links below, you’ll find a collection of our three most-accessed tools and resources from 2019, along...

NHWAs provide comprehensive data on the state of the health workforce that can be used to inform human resources for  health (HRH) strategies for strengthening service delivery for HIV/AIDS, family planning, maternal and child health, infectious diseases and other health areas. For the global...

Accurately predicting the future supply of and demand for healthcare workers is essential if policymakers are to make smart investments in human resources for health (HRH) and efficiently allocate scarce funds. HRH planning models have become increasingly sophisticated over the past two decades, but...

Lessons from Ethiopia, Indonesia, and the Philippines on implementing National Health Workforce Accounts December 12, 2019 | 9:00 to 10:30 a.m. EST Ensuring the availability of a well-prepared workforce that meets client needs is integral for reaching health for all. But how do countries keep track...