Resource Spotlight: Comprehensive Framework for Human Resources for Health System Development in Fragile and Post-Conflict State
The purpose of this paper is to present a comprehensive, engaging, and visible framework of HRH system development. This has been further developed from the lessons distilled from Japanese experiences of supporting HRH system development in three fragile and post-conflict health systems: Afghanistan, the Democratic Republic of Congo, and Cambodia.
Each country is briefly described in terms of broad context, health system challenges, human resource system developments, and emerging lessons. The paper also presents a chronology and timeline that situates these experiences alongside one another. [from author]
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The HRH Global Resource Center has other resources on this topic including:
- Top 12 Issues for Ministries of Health to Consider in Addressing HRH in Public Health Emergencies
- HRH in Public Health Emergencies in Developing Countries: An Overview
- Health Care in Danger: Making the Case
For additional resources on this topic, visit the Fragile Environments subject category.
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