Best Investment for a Healthier World


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.

Social Welfare Workers Bridge Gaps in HIV Care at the Grassroots Level in Tanzania

Social welfare workers such as Pruden Furaha have emerged as critical frontline caregivers working at the community level to provide a safety net for people living with or at risk of contracting HIV in Tanzania.

Empowering Women in the Health Workforce for Economic and Social Growth

If investment in health employment was truly proportionate to its impact, and wasn’t bound by the gender of its workers, it would be transformative.

Women, the driving force behind progress in the fight against NTDs

NTDs affect more than 1 billion people worldwide. These disabling and debilitating diseases thrive in the world’s poorest communities, especially those without access to improved sanitation and hygiene, areas which often have limited access to trained and supported health workers.

Women of Action: The “Force” in the Global Health Workforce

The role women play in the health workforce globally – and here at home – cannot be overstated.

Test on the Waters

Beachside testing and counseling is a strategy for educating fisherfolk about HIV and for identifying those living with HIV.

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.

Restituta Achieved Her Dream Of Helping Other Women

Restituta Mabilla Limbe is a determined 34-year-old woman who always dreamed of helping women and young girls in her community.

Optimizing the Role of Community-Based Workers in HIV Service Delivery

René Berger is a Director in the Global Health Division of Chemonics. He has more than 17 years of experience working with USAID and implementing partners as an HIV/AIDS expert.