Leadership and governance

While women account for more than 50 percent of the health workforce in Jordan, they are underrepresented in top management roles. Initial results from recent HRH2030 research in the country reveal that 57 percent of 2,082 female health workers surveyed report having fewer opportunities...

Women account for more than 50 percent of the health workforce in Jordan; however, women are largely underrepresented at decision-making levels in the health sector. According to the USAID-funded HRH2030 program's review of Ministry of Health statistics, women comprise 55 percent of the ministry’s...

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...

Eric Coulibaly serves as the HRH2030-supported technical advisor for capacity building at the National Malaria Control Program in Niger. April 25 marks World Malaria Day, a time to rally support for eradicating the disease that claims the lives of more than 400,000 people each year....

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...