Human Resources for Health (HRH) Effort Index
Human Resources for Health Effort Index
This survey tool is designed to improve the measurement of inputs to and outcomes of national HRH programs. The Effort Index also monitors country progress and changes over time. The focus of the Index is on collective, national-level HRH efforts, as opposed to efforts made by individual projects, nongovernmental organizations, or other stakeholders. This survey is designed to collect information leading to the construction of such index.
An Introduction to Monitoring and Evaluation of Human Resources for Health
This eLearning course produced by CapacityPlus’s HRH Global Resource Center is intended to introduce users to basic monitoring and evaluation (M&E) concepts and how they apply in the field of human resources for health (HRH).
Building the Knowledge Base: Monitoring and Evaluation and the HRH Effort Index
CapacityPlus improved human resources for health (HRH) measurement and monitoring and evaluation capacity at the country level and developed an HRH Effort Index for national and subnational application to spur policy changes and enable cross-country comparisons.
Guidelines for Developing Monitoring and Evaluation Plans for Human Resources for Health
These guidelines are intended to give stakeholders an overview of the process for developing M&E plans that are an integral component of HRH plans. This document complements existing M&E resources, such as national and regional M&E plans for malaria and HIV/AIDS, in that it provides the general steps required to develop an M&E plan while also paying particular attention to HRH-specific considerations, challenges, and indicators. The guidelines focus on national-level M&E plans for HRH, but they can also be applied at regional, district, and subdistrict levels.
Human Resources for Health (HRH) Indicator Compendium
This compendium provides a list of published indicators on human resources for health (HRH) and is intended as a tool for HRH systems strengthening practitioners interested in monitoring HRH projects and programs.
For additional resources and publications see the Monitoring and Evaluation section of the CapacityPlus Knowledge Library.