HRH financial investment data could be monitored at the donor, national, decentralised, or community levels through the National Health Workforce Accounts (NHWA) tool.

At the national or decentralised level, the HRH Effort Index survey (PDF download) can be administered among relevant stakeholders to assess and inform strategic health workforce investments.  Across seven HRH dimensions (Leadership and Advocacy; Policy and Governance; Finance; Education and Training; Recruitment, Distribution, and Retention; Human Resources Management; and Monitoring, Evaluation, and Information Systems), stakeholders can rank the relative strength of each dimension. Results can provide valuable qualitative information to assist HRH investment prioritisation (Fort et al., 2017).

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