Resultados: 5

    Retaining human resources for health in remote rural areas in Cameroon

    This policy brief was prepared at the request of the Human Resources Directorate of the Ministry of Public Health to inform the deliberations leading to the development of the national strategic plan for the health workforce. It describes the magnitude, the consequences and the underlying factors of the ...

    The retention of health workers in rural and remote areas in Mozambique

    The number of health workers in Mozambique is insufficient to enable the achievement of the country‟s population health goals. This problem is compounded by the uneven distribution of health care works by province and by area of residence, and by a weak and under-resourced national health system which ...

    Task shifting to optimise the roles of health workers to improve the delivery of maternal and child healthcare: executive summary

    There is a shortage and maldistribution of medically trained health professionals. These are important reasons why cost-effective MCH services are not available to over half the population of Uganda and progress towards the Millennium Development Goals for MCH is slow. Optimising the roles of less specia...

    Forum Délibératif sur: Maintenir la présence des personnels soignants dans les formations sanitaires rurales enclavées au Cameroun

    Dans le cadre du projet SURE, le Centre pour le Développement des Bonnes Pratiques en Santé et la Direction des Ressources Humaines du Ministère de la Santé Publique ont organisé un forum délibératif le 31 janvier 2012 à l’Hôtel Mérina de Yaoundé sur le thème « Maintenir la présence des p...

    Policy dialogue Increasing Access to Skilled Birth Attendance: report

    The REACH policy initiative SURE project under UNHRO in collaboration with the College of Health Sciences, Makerere University had produced a policy brief on increasing access to skilled birth attendance which was the focus for discussion in this meeting. The brief describes the problem, highlights three...