The Role of Human Resources for Health in Optimizing Health Systems

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Chemonics

1717 H Street NW, First Floor

Washington, DC 20006

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USAID is partnering with countries to build high-quality health systems that are accessible, accountable, affordable, and reliable. The provision of health services to meet these “three A’s and an R” is contingent on having a strong fit-for-purpose, fit-to-practice health workforce.

Please join USAID and HRH2030 for our second annual “Voices from the Field” event, as seven leaders from our country programs share their experiences in strengthening the health workforce to optimize their health systems. With perspectives from Colombia, Côte d’Ivoire, Indonesia, Malawi, Mali, the Philippines, and Senegal, our speakers will also address how improved health systems positively impact global health outcomes in maternal and child health, family planning, HIV/AIDS, malaria, and infectious diseases.

A light breakfast will be available at 9:00 a.m.; the program begins at 9:30 a.m.

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  • Kelly Saldaña, Director, Office of Health Systems, USAID Bureau for Global Health

  • Wanda Jaskiewicz, HRH2030 Project Director, Chemonics

  • Sarah Scheening, Founder & CEO, Open Development, will moderate a “lightning round” panel of representatives from seven HRH2030 countries, who will frame their program accomplishments around the areas of accessible, accountable, affordable, and reliable health systems.

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1717 H Street NW, First Floor

Washington, DC 20006

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