From Grassroots to Global: Partnerships to Strengthen Human Resources for Health


The Capacity Project is hosting an auxiliary event on May 29 at the Global Health Council conference to explore how global, regional and local collaboration can address key human resources for health issues such as strengthening HR information systems, improving retention and accelerating recruitment and hiring. Registration at the conference is not required to attend.

The session will provide an overview of the key partnership principles of the Capacity Project and focus on four key activities to illustrate how these principles helped to meet implementation challenges:

  • The Kenya Emergency Hiring Plan (Ummuro Adano)
  • Human Resources Information System Strengthening (Dykki Settle)
  • The Uganda Job Satisfaction and Retention Study (Pam McQuide)
  • The HRH Action Framework Development (Jim McCaffery)

Adapted from the event announcement.

For more information or to reserve a seat, see the event announcement.

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