Better health workforce data can help.
Female clients often want care from female health workers, but they're in short supply.
It won’t happen from an office or a conference room. It’ll happen on the front lines.
Over 150 communities in seven regions now have systems in place to transport urgent cases from health huts to larger facilities.
The country is taking steps to change the working lives of health workers—particularly women.
Here's a process that works—and benefits us all.
We talked with the director of the WHO’s Health Workforce Department during his visit to North Carolina’s global health belt.
The county is now saving over $150,000 per year, thanks to iHRIS.
"At last, the nation recognizes nurses can do more than nursing care.”
Buhweju district increased staffing levels from 46% in 2015 to 60.4% in 2017.