Human Resources for Health (HRH) 2030

Today’s health systems operate in a rapidly evolving environment. Growing populations in low- and middle-income countries and changing disease dynamics increase stress on national health systems that already face shortages of qualified health workers. Given these shifts, USAID and other global actors have focused increasingly on investment in human resources for health (HRH) as an opportunity to create jobs and jumpstart economic development. Achieving these goals requires evidence-based decision-making as well as approaches that holistically address HRH within the broader health system.
HRH2030 continues decades of USAID leadership in the HRH space and aligns with the contemporary agenda to end preventable maternal and child deaths, control the HIV/AIDS epidemic, protect communities from infectious diseases, and support the goals of Family Planning 2020. The program also works in partnership with the United States President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR).

HRH2030 brings a state-of-the-art approach for advancing the health workforce agenda and driving greater impact at the country level. The project is well positioned to support priorities outlined in the WHO Global Strategy on HRH: Workforce 2030 through provision of tailored, country-level technical assistance to meet context-specific priorities for local human resources and health systems.

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