Reports

Global estimates reveal a growing disparity between supply and demand of health workers in the coming decade; a disproportion which will be highest in low-and middle-income countries. What can nations do to prepare for or even offset this imbalance? Can a country’s health workforce...

A high-performing health workforce is an essential driver for strengthening health systems. Having reliable, standardized, up-to-date, complete, and quality health workforce data is critical for planning and decision-making at the country level. To combat the issue of siloed and disparate systems and data sources, a...

Effective health worker supervision approaches and practices are essential elements that help compensate for shortfalls in HRH training, management, and efforts to improve quality of health services. Defined as “a broad set of supervisory interventions that improve provider performance through team-based learning approaches, including...

Empowering women to advance in healthcare leadership promotes a better response to the health needs of an entire population. HRH2030’s research into women’s leadership roles in Jordan’s health sector brought forth several recommendations including the establishment of a women’s health leadership network—what became the...

In 2018, Indonesia's Ministry of Health estimated that 36% of people living with HIV (PLHIV) in Indonesia had been diagnosed as HIV-positive, 33% of whom were on antiretroviral therapy (ART). Strategic efforts are needed to achieve PEPFAR’s “90-90-90” goals: 90% of all PLHIV know...

The Training Resource Package for Family Planning (TRP) contains curriculum components, resources, and tools needed to program, design, implement, and evaluate training in family planning. It provides a valuable set of openly accessible resources for trainers, supervisors, and program managers around the globe. USAID,...

While Uganda is on track to meet 90-90-90 targets by 2020, the country faces several human resources for health (HRH) and financing constraints to scaling-up HIV services. Some of the health workforce challenges include inadequate skills mix, maldistribution, and a 36 percent vacancy rate...

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...

To best serve the health needs of communities, managers should align the maternal and child health, family planning, HIV/AIDS, and other primary healthcare competencies of providers with the needs and demands of the populations served. Alignment of competencies and skills ensures that health workers...

With funding from PEPFAR, HRH2030 supported application of the PEPFAR Site-Level HRH Assessment methodology developed by the interagency PEPFAR HRH Technical Working Group (TWG). The assessment is meant to help identify areas for further investigation and intervention to ensure adequate staffing to reach 90-90-90...