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HR and Health

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  • 1. 1 PEOPLE FOR HEALTH: ADVANCING HUMAN RESOURCES FOR HEALTH IN INDIA WORKSHOP SERIES ON PLANNING, CAPACITY BUILDING ANDPERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT OF HUMANRESOURCES IN THE PUBLIC HEALTH SYSTEM EAST ZONE WORKSHOP 3-4 FEB, 2012 BHUBANESWAR
  • 2. The partnership2  A partnership between Swasti and PHFI  Funded by the European Commission under the “Investing in People” thematic programme  Three year project for civil society organisations to work towards solutions on the critical issue of human resources in health  February 2011-Jan 2014
  • 3. The proposed action3  Focuses on  Creating a knowledge base on HRH (research and documentation)  Capacity building at National and State level (2 states)  Advocacy and Learning platforms
  • 4. Project Objectives4  Overall objective: To contribute to improving human resource policies, strategies and practices in the health sector in India  Specific Objective: i. Constructing a comprehensive knowledge base on key Human Resource related issues, which cuts across sectoral players ii. Building capacities of key stakeholders to advocate, absorb and learn from each other; iii. Building and operating cross learning platforms
  • 5. Result areas5  Result 1 - HRH knowledge base A body of knowledge on key human resource issues built and made available in consumable form  Result 2 - Applied learning across actors Cross pollinated ideas, approaches, strategies and tools are applied across sectors and stakeholders  Result 3 - State Govt. implementation (Orissa, AP) At least two State Governments put in place a HR cell and a strategy to address key HR issues  Result 4 - National policy revision Human resource policy updated for health sector addressing all sectoral needs
  • 6. Project Outputs6  3 research studies  5 fact sheets  Core research findings translated into formats accessible to human resource officials, health administrators and health practitioners at different levels  Multi-sector, multi-stakeholder HRH experience sharing platform  HR cell set up in two states  Policy and Strategy documents revised through stakeholder participation  Updated HR policy for the Health Sector accessible to key actors concerned
  • 7. Priority issues7 1. HRH Planning 2. Performance Management (incl Supervision) 3. Capacity Building, including methods and tools 4. Recruitment process 5. Motivation, Compensation and Retention (incl. incentivisation) 6. Equity issues in HR 7. Analysis of impact of HR Policies and practices
  • 8. Expected workshop outputs8  Issues/challenges and solutions that work  Cross learning from experiences  Knowledge gaps that require further research and documentation
  • 9. 9 Thank you!

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