Subhead: Help us build local capacity to meet local health needs.
A strong health workforce is critical to a country’s resilience against natural and human-made disasters. Since 2011, Jhpiego has educated or mentored more than 260,000 health care workers globally—creating a lifeline for communities and bringing much-needed care to women and families in the developing world.
How We Make an Impact
CTA: Support our work to build sustainable futures for countries through their health care workers.
- US, South African Nurses Partner to Provide Specialty Care at the New Nelson Mandela Children’s Hospital
- Improved Work Space Allows Ethiopian HRH Managers to Better Serve
- Leading the Charge for Change: 5 Key Steps Toward Safer Surgeries
- Using a quality improvement model to enhance providers’ performance in maternal and newborn health care: a post only intervention and comparison design
- Preparing the Health Workforce in Ethiopia: A CrossSectional Study of Competence of Anesthesia Graduating Students
- Case Study: Primary Healthcare Clinical Placements during Nursing and Midwifery Education in Lesotho
- 4 Frequently Asked Question about Health Workforce
- LDHF: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=91U8OONMrB0
- WHO: Power of Health Workers: https://youtu.be/TeP0aafYvH0
- GHWN: https://youtu.be/tCSmIYmPOi4
WHO Workforce 2030 infographic: http://www.who.int/hrh/HRH-SDG_infographic_Jan2016.png?ua=1
- Global Health Workforce Network (WHO): http://www.who.int/hrh/network/en/
- USAID Human Resources for Health in 2030: https://www.hrh2030program.org/
- Global Health Observatory data (including interactive maps of HW density): http://www.who.int/gho/health_workforce/en/