Productivity and Performance

Activity

Increase Health Workforce Performance and Productivity

Increase Health Workforce Performance and Productivity

Productivity and Performance

Health facilities providing HIV services must treat an increasing number of patients in order to control the HIV/AIDS epidemic and meet the World Health Organization’s “test and start” guideline for antiretroviral therapy. Providing treatment to more people is critical to epidemic control, but there will likely be few additional human resources to meet the demand. Identifying and closing human resources-related performance and productivity gaps is part of the solution. However, these facility-based interventions to address performance (the quality of services) and productivity (the number of services) must be brought to scale for maximum impact.

 

Through this activity, HRH2030 will support stakeholders working on health service delivery issues to:

  • Gain awareness of the connection between human resources performance and health service delivery outcomes
  • Use simple processes and job aids to quickly uncover human resources issues that create service delivery problems
  • Apply the appropriate fixes to human resources issues
  • Integrate human resources interventions into mentorship plans for health facility staff

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Activity Leader:
Rachel Deussom, Chemonics

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Implementing Partners:
URC

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Duration:
2016-2018

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Countries Impacted:
Nigeria
Tanzania

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Status:
Complete