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HRH2030 led a study that developed a sex-disaggregated leadership inventory to determine if female participation in leadership positions in the health and social services sectors increased after public or private sector institutions took specific measures or initiatives. The study also assessed the remaining gender...

In global health, gender competency enables health workers to identify how different norms, social constructs, roles, expectations, power differentials, opportunities, and constraints assigned to women, men, girls, and boys may influence behavior and choices. A gender-competent health worker strives to apply the needed knowledge,...

Strong and vibrant community health systems—including community health workers (CHWs)—are an essential component of primary health care, which fosters health for all and moves us closer to achieving global health goals. However, in many contexts CHW programs are still working to professionalize, sustain, and...