In many low- and middle-income countries, health systems face shortages of qualified health workers, and decision-makers lack the data and tools needed to optimize existing resources.
Final Report: HRH2030 in Jordan .
Project Report | July 15, 2021
The HRH2030 Jordan activity provided tailored technical assistance and capacity building interventions to help Jordan meet its HRH needs for improved health outcomes.
From 2016 to 2019, with HRH2030’s support, Jordan developed and passed its first ever National HRH Strategy and approved a historic bylaw for continued health worker professional development (CPD). In addition, HRH2030 supported the establishment of the Women Leaders in Health Forum to promote women’s career progression in the health sector by advocating for policy change and introducing strategies for gender parity in health leadership.
The HRH2030 Jordan Final Report details the programs’ achievements and lessons learned that can be incorporated into future HRH-related activities. These lessons included how to engage stakeholders, and how to instill sustainability and institutionalization into intervention design.
- Report HRH2030 Jordan Final Report