Publications and Resources / Legacy Series
The Kenya Emergency Hiring Plan: Results from a
Rapid Workforce Expansion Strategy
Legacy Series No. 1, September 2009. Discusses the planning and implementation of the Emergency Hiring Plan, and reflections for future implementation. Also available in French.
Knowledge Management and Human Resources for Health: Using Quality Information to Make Better Decisions
Legacy Series No. 2, September 2009. Illustrates the Projectâ€™s approach to integrating knowledge management into HRH strengthening activities and provides recommendations for future initiatives. Also available in French.
Repositioning Family Planning: Rwandaâ€™s No-Scalpel Vasectomy Program
Legacy Series No. 3, September 2009. Discusses the Project's work to expand family planning services, and provides recommendations for future implementation. Also available in French.
Addressing Gender Inequality in Human Resources for Health
Legacy Series No. 4, September 2009. Reviews how the Project addressed gender discrimination and inequality in HRH through its institutional mechanisms, approaches and tools as well as in country-level implementation.
Applying the Learning for Performance Approach
Legacy Series No. 5, September 2009. Discusses the Projectâ€™s participation in the development of LFP-informed learning
The Impact of Human Resources Information Systems (HRIS) Strengthening.
Legacy Series No. 6, September 2009. Provides an overview of results from a qualitative evaluation study of the Projectâ€™s HRIS strengthening in Swaziland, Uganda and Rwanda, and draws on results from a regional workshop
on data-driven decision-making in Tanzania. Also available in Spanish.
Strengthening Professional Associations for Health Workers
Legacy Series No. 7, September 2009. Describes the Project's models for strengthening professional associations.
Strengthening the Role of Faith-Based Organizations in Human Resources for Health Initiatives
Legacy Series No. 8, September 2009. Describes the Projectâ€™s contributions to strengthening Christian Health Associationsâ€™ HR systems, and provides recommendations for working with the faith-based sector.
Supporting Health Worker Performance with Effective Supervision
Legacy Series No. 9, September 2009. Shares the Project's performance support intervention model, analyzes the variations in results and includes recommendations for implementing and scaling up interventions.
Global Partnerships: Strengthening Human Resources for Health Approaches Together
Legacy Series No. 10, September 2009. Provides a retrospective view of the Projectâ€™s contributions and recommendations
in the area of global partnering.
Strengthening Human Resources Management: Knowledge, Skills and Leadership
Legacy Series No. 11, September 2009. Describes the rationale, process, methodology and some
of the results of key approaches that the Project and its collaborating partners developed
and implemented in sub-Saharan Africa.
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