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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...

On October 4, 2019, HRH2030 attended the 2019 Global Youth Economic Opportunities Summit, collaborating with Johnson & Jonson to present a session, Identifying Win-win Partnerships for Youth Employment in Health: Experiences linking the future health workforce, educators, and employers....

“The Philippines just passed the Universal Health Care Act in February 2019, so now is a perfect time for the country to elevate the training of human resources for health beyond merely producing adequate numbers of practitioners,” says Dr. Marilyn Lorenzo, HRH2030 Philippines Project...

This article was originally published in the Jurnal Ekonomi Kesehatan Indonesia, Vol 3, No 2 (2018) Of Indonesia’s estimated 631,635 people living with HIV in 2018, only 12 percent are on treatment. Strategic efforts are needed in Indonesia to implement the recently released HIV “Test...

[caption id="attachment_34087" align="alignright" width="586"] Click to enlarge the Philippines Activity Conceptual Framework[/caption] In recent years, the Government of the Philippines has made landmark decisions to strengthen its health system. In 2012, the nation issued the Responsible Parenthood and Reproductive Health Law to guarantee universal access to...

Botswana was one of the first countries in Africa to make HIV treatment available within its public health sector. According to UNAIDS, in 2017 84 percent of people living with HIV were accessing treatment. However, Botswana is still one of the countries most affected...

There are 71 million unemployed youth in the world, while WHO’s Global Human Resources for Health (HRH) Strategy: Workforce 2030 estimates that 40 million new health jobs will be created by 2030. How can health employers adapt positive youth development approaches to build and...