Public Consultation - Global Strategy on Human Resources for Health: Workforce 2030

In May 2014, the 67th World Health Assembly the Director-General to develop and submit a new global strategy on human resources for health to be considered by the 69th World Health Assembly in May 2016. This strategy represents a critical component of the WHO strategic vision towards universal health coverage (UHC) in the framework of the post 2015 health development agenda . The Global Strategy on Human Resources for Health: Workforce 2030 is now open for public consultation until 31 August 2015. The draft will also be discussed at various global health events as well as a number of WHO regional technical consultations. This global dialogue will inform the continuing improvement of the draft and a final version to be submitted to the WHO Executive Board in January 2016.

Request for Proposals - Follow up on implementation of commitments made at Third Global Forum on Human Resources for Health (HRH)

WHO requires the successful bidder to develop a structured assessment and analysis of the HRH commitments made at the Third Global Forum on Human Resources for Health (3GF). This invitation to tender is open to qualified bidders from anywhere in the world. The provider shall be an institution operating in the field of international development, research or academia, with proven expertise in health systems and policy analysis. Deadline for the submission - 2 August 2015, 11 pm (Geneva time) and acknowledgement of intention to bid by 24 July.

Request for Proposals - Assessing GHWA’s Legacy

The World Health Organization (WHO) is seeking offers for assessing the results and legacy of the Global Health Workforce Alliance, a partnership hosted by WHO since May 2006 and whose mandate will be completed in May 2016. Deadline for the submission - 2 August 2015, 23 hrs pm (Central European Time)

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