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HRH2030 Highlights: May 2021



Director's Digest


Nearly six years have gone by since we launched the HRH2030 program—can you believe it? In this month’s Director’s Digest, Wanda Jaskiewicz announces the second in our series of legacy events and shares some of our ongoing work in supporting human resources for health around the world. Learn more.


Wanda Jaskiewicz



News & Stories


Upcoming Event: Six Years in 60 Minutes: Learning from the HRH2030 Program 
On Tuesday, May 18, we’re hosting the second live event in our HRH2030 End-of-Program Legacy series. It is going to be fun, fast-paced, and filled with guests from around the world, sharing programmatic achievements from six years of helping countries to build, manage, and optimize the health workforce for improved health outcomes. We’ll also be joined by Francis Omaswa of ACHEST, Tana Wuliji of the WHO, and Diana Frymus of USAID for a moderated discussion. You won’t want to miss this, so register here.  




International Day of the Midwife: Integrating Midwifery Data to Strengthen Indonesia’s HRIS
The International Day of the Midwife is being celebrated today, under the theme, “Follow the Data: Invest in Midwives.” Following the data first requires having the data – meaning accurate, robust information on how many midwives are within a country, where they are deployed, what they need to maintain their licensing status, and more. Our work with the Indonesian Ministry of Health (MOH) recently marked a milestone, when the MOH signed an agreement with Indonesia’s Midwifery Association to share data and work together to better manage and optimize midwives’ contributions to the health workforce. Learn more.



Integrating the Health and Social Service Sectors to Achieve Health for All
Did you miss our World Social Work Day event in March – the one that kicked off our HRH2030 End-of-Program Legacy series? The one that had representatives from the Global Social Workforce Alliance, the World Health Alliance, the Colombian Family Welfare Institute, and three USAID implementing partners? If so, we’ve got you covered. We’ve summarized the important takeaways about how a more integrated social service and health sectors could accelerate progress to health for all in this blog.



Responding to Togo's Malaria Challenges  
Malaria remains a leading cause of illness and death in many countries, and through our Capacity Building for Malaria activity, HRH2030 continues to support National Malaria Control Programs (NMCPs) to make progress toward their malaria control and elimination goals. Last month, in advance of World Malaria Day on April 26, we checked in with Dr. Tinah Atcha-Oubou, coordination director for Togo’s NMCP, for an update on progress made in Togo over the past three years. Read our Three Questions with Dr. Atcha-Oubou.  



Looking Back at World Health Worker Week
Throughout April, we partnered with the Frontline Health Workers Coalition, Chemonics, IntraHealth International, and Women in Global Health on a video testimonial social media campaign celebrating World Health Worker Week—and turning it into a month-long campaign. From the theme, “Listen to Health Workers,” we heard directly from nearly two dozen health workers—nurses, community health workers, midwives, a physician, a data clerk, pharmacists, and three social workers—about what they need to be safer, healthier, and better prepared to do their jobs. Watch and listen to health workers!






HRH Optimization Tool for Family Planning
We are pleased to announce the second tool in our “Human Resources for Health Optimization Tool” suite – HOT for Family Planning, or HOT4FP for short. With USAID’s support, we have developed this new tool to increase health workforce efficiency in providing client-centered family planning services by identifying and addressing HRH bottlenecks at frontline health facilities. Learn about this newly launched tool.



About HRH2030

Since 2015, we have worked in 29 countries. USAID's HRH2030 program strives to build the accessible, available, acceptable, and high-quality health workforce needed to improve health outcomes. Learn more.




These materials are made possible by the generous support of the American people through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) under the terms of cooperative agreement no. AID-OAA-A-15-00046 (2015-2020) in partnership with The U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR). The contents are the responsibility of Chemonics International and do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or the United States Government. 



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