Resources

  • Photo: Leah McManus, Technical Advisor at HRH2030 and Stuardo Herrera of  Palladium pose with nursing students at Universitas Indonesia Reflect on your time in college or post-graduate studies. For most of us, this was one of the most formative times in our lives. It shaped who…

  • Kudos to our global health colleagues from USAID, the World Health Organization (WHO) and UNFPA on the the RELAUNCH of the Training Resource Package for Family Planning (TRP)! All the modules have been updated per the WHO Medical Eligibility Criteria (MEC) for Contraceptive Use (2015), the WHO…

  • HRH2030 is excited to announce its upcoming participation at the International Conference on Family Planning in Kigali, Rwanda! The International Conference on Family Planning (ICFP) brings together the family planning community to share best practices, celebrate successes, and plan a way forward towards overcoming challenges…

  • 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 support…

  • Around the world, gender norms influence the ability of individuals, couples, and families to meet their desired family planning (FP) needs. Provider bias and power imbalances in client-provider and client-client interactions impact the quality and accessibility of FP reproductive health (RH) service providers who have…

  • Global eLearning Course (September 6, 2018, 120 min, FREE): HRH2030 worked in partnership with USAID and K4Health to produce an updated online course on HRH principles and practices on the Global Health eLearning Center (GHeL). Structured around the WHO Global HRH Strategy: Workforce 2030, it…