Philippines

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....

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...

Roxanne Ward Zaghab, MSW, DM, CKM, is a leader and innovator in online adult education for development and health practitioners and a prolific author on the topic of learner-centric engagement. Her passion is the human-technology interface including knowledge transfer in resource-constrained settings. At...

“The Philippines just passed the Universal Health Care Act in February 2019, so now is a perfect time for the country to elevate the training of human resources for health beyond merely producing adequate numbers of practitioners,” says Dr. Marilyn Lorenzo, HRH2030 Philippines Project...

Around the world, gender norms influence the ability of couples and families to meet their family planning needs. HRH2030 developed the competency framework and technical brief to help service providers better understand what ‘gender sensitive communication’ really means and how to practice gender awareness....

Midwife Carina Manalo sits in a taxicab in Caloocan City, horns blazing around her. Carina checks her watch. Traffic is at a standstill, which is not unusual, but is a burden during a busy workday. The thought of saving time and attending trainings remotely...