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Blog: health workforce financing

Learning from Health Workforce Strategies in Somaliland: Five Questions for Edna Adan

Edna Adan is a name familiar to many of us who work to strengthen health workforces around the world. Enda’s a strong and dazzling force dedicated to ending preventable and maternal death in Somaliland and eradicating the practice of female genital mutilation. Taking time out of a busy schedule at the recent United Nations General Assembly in New York, Edna, a longstanding friend of the Frontline Health Workers Coalition, answered some of our questions.

Accountability Key to Sustaining Frontline Health Worker Successes

Living Goods on working with the Ministry of Health in Uganda to develop a pilot results-based financing mechanism for community health.

Supporting Community Health Workers and Volunteers - Reflections from Mozambique

Lisa Bos of World Vision writes of her recent trip with US Congressional staff to Mozambique to see both the impact of US investments and the challenges the country faces in providing high-quality health services.

Women on the Frontlines of Health Service Delivery

AIHA recently asked some of the frontline health workers trained through their projects to tell us about their work. In honor of World Health Worker Week 2018, we’re pleased to shine a spotlight on these women and the critical health services they provide to their communities.

Our 2030 Vision for the Health Workforce

The USAID HRH2030 program celebrates current and future health workers this World Health Worker Week . Now is the opportunity to make strategic health workforce investments. We cannot achieve better health without them.

5 Insights on How Governance Can Help Build a Responsive Health Workforce

Abt Associates outlines key takeaways from an event on the importance of governance in achieving universal health coverage.

To Achieve #HealthForAll We Need Health Workers for All

At IntraHealth International, we start by working with our private and public health sector partners to engage communities, strengthen primary health care systems , and identify and support health workers to deliver high-quality, essential services.

Loan Program Brings Peace of Mind to Kenya’s Aspiring Frontline Health Workers

The Afya Elimu fund plans to raise 1.5 billion Kenyan shillings (KES) by 2018 to train 20,000 health workers and help bridge Kenya’s health workforce shortage, which currently stands at a ratio of 15 health workers per 10,000 people.

A Strategy to Deliver a Fit-For-Purpose Global Health Workforce

By Vince Blaser, Frontline Health Workers Coalition

This post was originally posted on the Global Health Council blog .

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