CapacityPlus NewsletterDecember 2010 
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CapacityPlus Voices

“Worth More than Any Money:” Building Local Capacity in Health Worker Information Systems features Kayode Odusote’s experiences with helping West African countries to gather and use health worker data. Read more »

CapacityPlus News

CapacityPlus’s iHRIS Software Coded In-Country

CapacityPlus’s new iHRIS software product, iHRIS Retain, is being coded in-country by two developers in Uganda. This Open Source software is designed to help cost interventions to retain rural health workers. Read more »

CapacityPlus Contributes to Social Welfare Workforce Conference

James McCaffery played an active role in the Social Welfare Workforce Strengthening Conference, held on November 15-18 in Cape Town, South Africa. Read more »

A Global Gathering on Research and Tools for Health Systems Strengthening

Maurice Middleberg joined 1,200 participants from 100 countries to review current research on health systems and discuss strategies for strengthening the field. Read more »

Health Worker Retention Assessment Results Presented in Uganda

George Mgomella and Grace Chee presented the results of the Uganda health worker retention preference survey. Read more »

Global HRIS Strengthening Work Makes Top 25 List

CapacityPlus's global human resources information systems (HRIS) strengthening work was named among the Top 25 Open Access and Open Source Medical Projects. Read more »

Ghana's Health Schools Assessed for Improvements

Preservice education programs are now enrolling the highest number of students in history, with some institutions operating at full intake capacity. Read more »

The CapacityPlus Partnership
IntraHealth International (lead partner), Abt Associates, IMA World Health, Liverpool Associates in Tropical Health (LATH), Training Resources Group, Inc. (TRG).

Associate Partners
African Population & Health Research Center (APHRC), Asia-Pacific Action Alliance on Human Resources for Health (AAAH), West African Institute of Post-Graduate Management Studies (CESAG), Partners in Population and Development (PPD).

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