HRIS and health workforce data

Diana Frymus is the health workforce branch chief at USAID, Office of HIV/AIDS in Washington D.C. Her work focuses on advancing USAID and PEPFAR strategic approaches and technical programming for health workforce for achieving 90-90-90 goals and sustaining program efforts. How can human resources for...

 Audio interview with Dr. Al Hadidi (in Arabic) In Jordan, HRH2030 works with the High Health Council (HHC) to strengthen the council’s capacity to govern the health workforce. A critical piece of this work is collaborating with the HHC to bolster the National Human Resources...

There is no question that a fit-for-purpose, fit-to-practice health workforce is a critical component in meeting global health goals. From volunteer community health workers in remote rural villages to doctors and health managers in urban hospitals, the health workforce is the primary link to...

This post originally appeared on Chemonics’ blog Connections. The 69th World Health Assembly presents a significant milestone for those of us who work in human resources for health (HRH): HRH has finally been recognized as a foundational principle in reaching world health goals. More so...

Motivation. Quality. Efficiency. When you ask a group of health stakeholders about the most common stumbling blocks to effective human resources for health (HRH), this is what you hear. More than 50 people gathered February 2, 2016 to celebrate the kickoff of the HRH2030...