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Handbook on monitoring and evaluation of human resources for health: with special applications for low- and middle-income countries

This Handbook is a response to the need to have a comprehensive, standardized and user-friendly reference on health workforce monitoring and evaluation as a means to develop in-country capacity to build the knowledge base needed to guide, accelerate and improve country action. This publication is the result of a collaborative effort between the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), the World Bank and the World Health Organization (WHO) to document methodologies and share experiences in measuring and monitoring HRH, to encourage countries and partners to build upon these experiences and to compile recommendations for ministries of health and other stakeholders for health workforce monitoring and evaluation. It builds upon and complements other internationally coordinated efforts for monitoring the building blocks of health systems, including human resources.

Edited by Mario R Dal Poz, Neeru Gupta, Estelle Quain and Agnes LB Soucat
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