Global Resources

On November 7, 2019, HRH2030 and Indonesia's Ministry of Health presented at the Indonesia Health Economics Association 6th Annual Scientific Meeting (known as InaHEA). The presentation examined how health workforce challenges can deter countries’ progress in tackling non-communicable diseases (NCDs) and how Indonesia is...

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...

On October 4, 2019, HRH2030 attended the 2019 Global Youth Economic Opportunities Summit, collaborating with Johnson & Jonson to present a session, Identifying Win-win Partnerships for Youth Employment in Health: Experiences linking the future health workforce, educators, and employers....

Global estimates reveal a growing disparity between supply and demand of health workers in the coming decade; a disproportion which will be highest in low-and middle-income countries. What can nations do to prepare for or even offset this imbalance? Can a country’s health workforce...

As USAID’s global health workforce flagship program, HRH2030 is providing strategic thought leadership, communication, and implementation support to strengthen community health worker (CHW) programs. Several USAID partners make significant contributions to sustaining and scaling high-quality CHW programs supported by health and community systems at...

Throughout sub-Saharan Africa, human resource challenges have hindered countries’ efforts to achieve HIV epidemic control. To accelerate access to the services needed to realize the 95-95-95 goals[1], the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) and other donors, such as the Global Fund...