Human Resources for Health in 2030
A skilled, well-distributed health workforce is essential to improve people’s access to high-quality health care. The strength of a country’s health workforce has a far-reaching impact, affecting the country’s ability to diagnose and treat people living with HIV/AIDS, protect communities from infectious diseases, achieve the global goals of Family Planning 2020, and prevent maternal and child deaths. The HRH2030 (Human Resources for Health in 2030) program works in low- and middle-income countries to improve the quality of their national health systems. HRH2030 collaborates with countries to build the capacity of their leaders at all levels and enable them to address their health workforce challenges — such as recruitment, staffing, training, productivity, performance, motivation, and retention challenges — with evidence-based, sustainable solutions.
Learn more about our global HRH2030 (Human Resources for Health in 2030) project.