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Increase health financing and recruitment, development, training, and retention of health workers in developing countries, especially in least developed countries .

Could this be your career mission?

Below are employers you could work for, occupations they employ, and education and training programs to prepare you to achieve this target.
Job Candidate
  1. Community Health Worker Networks: Collaborate to advocate for increased health financing and support for training and resources.

  2. Women's Health Groups: Work at the community level to improve health financing for maternal and child health and support the training of local health workers.

  3. Youth Health Advocacy Groups: Advocate for increased health financing and support training programs for youth interested in health-related careers.

  4. Community-Based Health Clinics: Provide healthcare services and may advocate for increased funding and resources for health workers.

  5. Local NGOs in Health: Focus on health financing and supporting health workers through training and capacity-building initiatives.

  6. Traditional Birth Attendant Networks: Advocate for increased health financing and better support for their services.

  7. Farmers' Cooperatives with Health Initiatives: Advocate for increased health financing and support health workers who serve rural farming communities.

  8. Religious and Faith-Based Health Initiatives: Often have health programs that work at the community level, addressing health financing and workforce needs.

  9. Community Health Committees: Work to enhance health financing and advocate for the training and support of community health workers.

  10. Parent-Teacher Associations with Health Focus: Advocate for increased health financing in schools and support health education, contributing to a healthier community and workforce.

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