23 Nov Increasing Site-Level HRH Data Availability and Utilization for HIV Service Delivery: Lessons Learned from Conducting a Rapid Site-Level Human Resources for Health (HRH) Assessment in Three Districts in Malawi
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 goals, optimize efficient use of health workers, identify HRH barriers to quality HIV service delivery, and inform program planning. In Malawi the assessment methodology was applied across select facilities and expanded to also assess infrastructure. Information collected on health worker availability, task allocation, in-service HIV training, and other performance factors, as well as infrastructure yielded better understanding of HRH issues and constraints to consider for scale-up of HIV service delivery.
This report details the methodology used to utilize the PEPFAR instrument in Malawi, presents illustrative high-level results, and notes challenges, lessons, and recommendations from the exercise.
Increasing Site-Level HRH Data Availability and Utilization for HIV Service Delivery: Process and Lessons Learned from Rapid Site-Level Human Resources for Health (HRH) Assessment Exercise in Four Provinces of Zambia
Resource Type: Report
Topic: Performance & Productivity, HRIS and health workforce data, HIV/AIDSDOWNLOAD