Agnes Masagwayi has a fierce determination to give her community the best possible care. But as a clinical health officer in Mbale District, Uganda, she knows how difficult it can be.
Her health facility often lacked running water. Essential drugs ran out. Space for maternity care was so limited that women often had to deliver their babies on the floor. And there weren’t nearly enough health workers to meet the community’s demand for care.
However, working conditions started to improve when Agnes and her district health officer joined 18 other districts in the HRH Leadership and Management Program. Read more »
January 27–31, Pattaya
Prince Mahidol Award Conference
February 18, Washington, DC
Supporting Country-Led Efforts to Recruit and Retain Health Workers and Improve Their Productivity
is cohosting this event with USAID ASSIST and the World Bank. Participants will learn about the latest evidence from country applications of innovations to strengthen health workforce recruitment, retention, and productivity to improve access to high-quality family planning, HIV/AIDS, and other primary health services.
March 18, Washington, DC
Transforming and Scaling Up Health Professional Education
May 6, Washington, DC
Better Data, Stronger Workforce: iHRIS Health Workforce Information Solutions
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