1. Mother and baby in GhanaExplore ways to build the ACHAP HRH technical working group as an interactive knowledge gateway for all HRH field practitioners extending beyond the FBO networks.
  2. Work to increase FBOs’ application and institutionalization of evidence-based tools to strengthen the health workforce and improve service delivery.
  3. Increase monitoring and evaluation of FBO HRH efforts such as HR policies, HR data collection and utilization, productivity and retention interventions, preservice education, and in-service training.
  4. Advocate for strengthened Ministry of Health and FBO partnerships through harmonization of systems such as HR information systems, national HRH plans and retention strategies, and other health worker support systems.
  5. Increase HRH research and studies among FBOs to provide the necessary evidence base for FBO advocacy efforts and strengthen documentation and participation of FBO training institutions in regional, national, and global initiatives.
  6. Increase FBO visibility through appropriate representation on relevant global-level steering committees, councils, and task forces where policies and resource allocation decisions are made. This will enable FBOs to engage decision-makers on how they can better serve as partners in achieving major HRH and other global health goals.
  7. Increase documentation and publication of FBO accomplishments in peer-reviewed journals and other strategic media to further advocate for FBO inclusion in national HRH initiatives and to strengthen partnerships with governments, development partners, and among FBOs.