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Wednesday, November 19 (9:30 – 10:00 AM ET): Join HWAI (@healthworkers) for a live twitter chat to discuss the current health workforce language in the post-2015 SDGs “zero draft” and how you would like to see it improved and built upon.

Monday, November 24th (9:30 AM – 11:30 AM ET): Join HWAI for a virtual meeting to discuss health workforce language in the post-2015 SDGs and the accountability framework for the Global Strategy on HRH.


Right to Health

All people everywhere have the right to the highest attainable standard of health. A motivated, adequately equipped, and equitably distributed health workforce is central to the realization of human rights and toward the fulfilment of the right to health.

Adequate Financing

Adequate, new and sustainable financing is essential to addressing the global shortage of health workers and strengthening health systems. HWAI aims to mobilize domestic and international resources to scale-up the number of human resources for health and meet global and national health targets.

Empowering Society

Civil society plays an important role in holding governments and institutions to account for efforts intended to meet local need. HWAI aims to deepen the knowledge and capacity of civil society so that it has the resources to effectively address the shortage of human resources for health.