Driving Innovation at the Community Level

How Leveraging Human Resources for Health in the Private Health Sector Can Help Scale and Sustain HIV/AIDS Prevention and Treatment

This poster discusses the findings from a SHOPS Plus qualitative study, which was conducted to (1) identify effective strategies and tools used by private providers to grow and retain human resources for health and incorporate community-based prevention and outreach activities, and (2) consider how to better engage private providers to support an effective health workforce for HIV. The study was comprised of a global literature review and case studies of private organizations in South Africa and India. Lauren Weir presented the poster at AIDS 2018 on July 26, 2018.

Author

Sarah Dominis, Emma Golub, Sean Callahan, and Lauren Weir

Contributor

SHOPS Plus 

Published
July 2018
Resource Types
Presentation
Country
India
Technical Area
Total Market Approach
Health Area
HIV
Keywords
South Africa
Current Downloads
26

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