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_______________________________________________________________________________________ March 2019: Seeking Balance for Health Systems Strengthening   Dear Colleagues, HRH2030’s mission is to build the accessible, available, acceptable, and high-quality health workforce needed to improve health outcomes and advance health for all. In each and every activity, we strive for inclusiveness, collaboration, and perspective. Sometimes our...

_______________________________________________________________________________________ February 2019: Driving Impact at the Local Level   Dear Colleagues, In advancing the global health workforce agenda, HRH2030 is always seeking to drive greater impact at the country level. Without high-performing health workers with the right skills in the right places at the right times, there is...

_______________________________________________________________________________________ January 2019: Reflecting on 2018, Looking Ahead   Dear Friends, Happy New Year! As we enter 2019, HRH2030’s work of building the future health workforce and optimizing the performance of the current one – as well as supporting all the complex activities that go on in between –...

_______________________________________________________________________________________ December 2018: Sustaining the HIV Epidemic Control   Dear Friends, Since its inception 15 years ago, PEPFAR has supported health systems—and the many community health workers, nurses, doctors, logisticians, pharmacists, laboratory technicians, counselors, social service workers that drive it—to ensure over 16 million men, women, and children are...

_______________________________________________________________________________________ November 2018: Investing for a Lifetime of Returns   Dear Friends, As we kick off the fourth year of the USAID Human Resources for Health in 2030 program (HRH2030), we are thinking a lot about investments: investments in the health workforce, in health systems, and in health areas,...

This post originally appeared on Chemonics’ blog Connections. “No one is going home soon,” stated the moderator at a recent Society for International Development-Washington panel discussion about the global refugee crisis. This simple observation drives home the reality that governments, aid organizations, and refugees themselves have...

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 now...