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Launched in April 2014, the Human Resources for Health (HRH) Capacity Bridge project strengthened Kenya’s health systems at the national and county levels, empowering the country’s health workers to provide high-quality care to more Kenyans.
Building on the success of the Capacity Kenya project (2009 – 2014), the project partnered with USAID implementing partners, faith-based organizations, and the public and private sectors to improve health workforce management, strengthen national HRH policies, and roll out the country’s HRH Information System.
A strong health workforce is a prerequisite to Kenya meeting its goal of providing high-quality health services—including maternal, newborn, and child health; family planning; and HIV prevention and care services—to every citizen.
This work is being continued under the Human Resources for Health Kenya Program.
|Dates:||2014 to 2016|
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