This multilingual publication summarizes the recent Evaluation of PEPFAR's Contribution (2012-2017) to Rwanda's Human Resources for Health Program. This study describes PEPFAR investments in HRH in Rwanda over time, including its support for Ministry of Health efforts to address HRH needs and the broader context in which these investments were made; describes PEPFAR-supported HRH activities in Rwanda in relation to programmatic priorities, outputs, and outcomes; examines the impact of PEPFAR funding for the HRH Program on HRH outcomes and on patient- or population-level HIV-related outcomes; and provides recommendations to inform future HRH investments that would support people living with HIV and advance PEPFAR's mission. The summary distills the main messages of the consensus report.
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2020. Multilingual Summary for Evaluation of PEPFAR's Contribution (2012-2017) to Rwanda's Human Resources for Health Program. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/25818.
|Isuzuma ry'uruhare rwa gahunda ya PEPFAR (20122017) mu kongera ubushobozi bw'abakozi bo mu rwego rw'ubuzima mu Rwanda||17-42|
|Évaluation de la contribution du PEPFAR (2012-2017) au Human Resources for Health Program du Rwanda||61-86|
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