Global Resources

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...

On May 6, 2020, HRH2030 participated in the first-ever Global Digital Development Forum. This session, Building a Dynamic Ecosystem of Health Workforce Data to Achieve the SDGs, focused on how access to and use of health workforce data is an essential contributor to attaining...

This report documents the extent to which 10 countries have adopted policies, service delivery guidelines, or other government documents in line with current scientific evidence and WHO guidelines on task sharing the provision of family planning methods. ...

Over the past five years, HRH2030 has worked in more than 30 countries to bolster the health workforce, improve health outcomes, and advance health for all. We support health workers by implementing activities to enhance productivity and performance; number, skill mix, competencies, and quality;...

On November 7, 2019, HRH2030 and Indonesia's Ministry of Health presented at the Indonesia Health Economics Association 6th Annual Scientific Meeting (known as InaHEA). The presentation examined how health workforce challenges can deter countries’ progress in tackling non-communicable diseases (NCDs) and how Indonesia is...

NHWAs provide comprehensive data on the state of the health workforce that can be used to inform human resources for  health (HRH) strategies for strengthening service delivery for HIV/AIDS, family planning, maternal and child health, infectious diseases and other health areas. For the global...

Accurately predicting the future supply of and demand for healthcare workers is essential if policymakers are to make smart investments in human resources for health (HRH) and efficiently allocate scarce funds. HRH planning models have become increasingly sophisticated over the past two decades, but...