West Africa’s Regional Approach to Strengthening Health Workforce Information

The West African Health Organization is implementing a regional approach to strengthening health workforce information systems, leveraging resources from CapacityPlus, other USAID-funded projects, donors, and global organizations. This technical brief provides an overview of this approach, highlights lessons learned, and provides recommendations for other regions and countries to adopt the approach.

June 23, 2014
Year of publication
2014
Tags
Ghana, HR Information Systems, iHRIS, Mali, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Togo, CapacityPlus

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