Final Report: HRH2030 in Jordan

The HRH2030 Jordan activity provided tailored technical assistance and capacity building interventions to help Jordan meet its HRH needs for improved health outcomes.

Final Report: HRH2030 in the Philippines

In the Philippines, HRH2030 supported the Philippines Department of Health (DOH) to strengthen recruitment, deployment, development, retention, and performance management of the health workforce.

Final Report: HRH2030 in Mali

The HRH2030 Mali activity improved access to quality maternal, newborn, and child health (MNCH) services. With the MHSD, the program built Mali’s health workforce capacity to improve health care and services, training health worker coaches at community health centers on MNCH, family planning, and nutrition and malaria services. HRH2030’s community strategy helped increase the use…

Final Report: HRH2030 in Senegal

From 2016 through 2021, HRH2030 Senegal implemented a strategic and comprehensive response to the key human resources for health (HRH) challenges confronting the country’s health sector.

Final Report: HRH2030 in Indonesia

HRH2030 offered a strategic, comprehensive plan to improve health outcomes by enhancing the availability and use of quality HRH data to strengthen the health workforce.

Final Report: HRH2030 Capacity Building for Malaria

From 2016 to 2021, the USAID Human Resources for Health in 2030 (HRH2030) program Capacity Building for Malaria (CBM) activity supported the development of high-functioning health systems that are equipped to lead nationwide malaria activities in 10 countries across West and Central Africa.

Chemonics’ Work in Malaria

We envision a world without malaria. Chemonics seeks to contribute to its control and elimination through innovative and proven approaches that prevent, detect, and treat malaria infections, and prevent malaria-related deaths in the countries where we work. We develop strategic local and international partnerships, invest in health and information systems, and establish a culture of…

Part 2: How Can We Optimize the Health Workforce During COVID-19 and Beyond?

In this two-part series, we call for country leaders to consider whether they are optimizing their health workforce and offer some resources and tools to help ensure uninterrupted care and continued provision of high-quality health services. In Part 1, we provided three recommendations to support health workers in the short term. We now consider sustainable…

Part 1: How Can We Optimize the Health Workforce During COVID-19 and Beyond?

Before COVID-19, health workers were already in short supply in many countries. The World Health Organization (WHO) identified 57 countries that have critical health workforce shortages, and it estimates a global health worker shortage of 18 million by 2030, primarily in low- and middle-income countries. Since the pandemic began, health workers have often been pulled…

Accelerating Progress Toward HIV Epidemic Control

An estimated 38 million people are living with HIV globally, yet only two-thirds are on the treatment. Chemonics applies a decade of experience to enable local stakeholders to accelerate the HIV/AIDS response. Chemonics partners with national and subnational governments, the private sector, and affected communities to build local capacity, strengthen health supply chains, and optimize…