Kenya Ministry of Health Champions iHRIS

In October, Capacity Kenya’s human resources information system (HRIS) implementation team and Dr. Samwel Wakibi achieved buy-in from the Ministry of Health and Ministry of Public Health and Sanitation to expand the rollout of iHRIS to Kenya’s counties. Read more »

African Platform on Human Resources for Health “Walks the Talk”

In Nairobi, Kenya, 70 participants from 29 countries and partner organizations attended the first consultation meeting of the African Platform on Human Resources for Health (APHRH). CapacityPlus staff Doris Mwarey participated in the three-day event in October. Read more »

Examining the Growing Role of the Private Sector in Global Health

On October 26, CapacityPlus and other Private Sector Working Group (PSWG) members discussed the growing role of the private sector in health, and addressed the group’s priorities. Read more »

Collaborating to Expand Health Workforce Resources from the South Pacific Region

CapacityPlus’s HRH Global Resource Center brings human resources for health (HRH) information to over 45,000 users each month. A new partnership will expand the volume of HRH resources that will be made accessible to this large audience. Read more »

Bringing Partners Together to Address Uganda’s Health Workforce Challenge

What’s the single most important component of any health system? According to Uganda’s Minister of Health Dr. Stephen Mallinga, the answer is health workers. Read more »

Sharing Tools and Lessons Learned at the AAAH 5th Annual Conference

CapacityPlus staff Wanda Jaskiewicz and Laura Wurts played active roles in associate partner Asia-Pacific Action Alliance on Human Resources for Health’s (AAAH) 5th Annual Conference, held in Bali, Indonesia, October 2-6. CapacityPlus sponsored several events in support of this year’s theme, HRH Challenges for Achieving Millennium Development Goals. The conference also afforded CapacityPlus a personal introduction to Dr. Junhua Zhang, new chair of the AAAH steering committee, and the opportunity to discuss planning for specific, continued collaboration. Read more »

Connecting with the Global Health Workforce Community

CapacityPlus offers many ways for the global health workforce community to learn about the project’s activities and connect with each other. In addition to our website, we’re active on several social networking sites. Read more »

Syndicate content