Jordan

“Having a qualified and trained health workforce is a key factor in Jordan’s distinguished health status,” noted High Health Council Secretary General Dr. Mohammad Tarawneh on March 27, 2018 at the approval of Jordan’s new human resources for health (HRH) strategy. “Through the National Human...

Video (June 25, 2018, short/2:35, long/6:17): On June 25, HRH2030 facilitated a national event in Jordan to promote women’s leadership in the health sector. At the event, HRH2030 disseminated its recent research on “Barriers and Enablers of Women’s Career Progression to Management Positions in Jordan’s...

To best strategize ways to reduce gender inequalities in Jordan’s public and private health sectors and to promote qualified women into the decision-making sphere, stakeholders, including government and health institutions, need to understand the barriers and enablers to women’s career advancement to management positions in...

Video (June 7, 2018, 115 min): On June 7, 2018 HRH2030 hosted an event entitled “Voices from the Field” to discuss how HRH2030 supports health workers throughout the human resources for health life cycle to ensure that they have the skills, motivation, resources, and opportunities needed...

The Jordan Ministry of Health’s (MOH) Strategic Plan 2013-2017 lists both attracting new talent into the public health system and retaining staff as two of its biggest challenges. Because about 3.78 million people in Jordan — including refugees and marginalized populations — rely on services...

In many ways, a fully functioning health workforce drives the well-being of communities, regions, and entire countries. Policy-makers at the national level can use reliable data to make decisions about where and what type of health workers are needed based on population health needs. A...