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Lesotho Nursing Task Analysis Report

Stender, Stacie; Christensen, Alice et al., (2013)


Lesotho’s predominantly rural population faces significant health challenges within a setting of inadequate human resources for health. It is essential that nurses and nurse-midwives, who together make up the largest health workforce in the country, be adequately prepared to address Lesotho’s Health Priorities according to the Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP) in the settings where they work. Under the HRAA project, Jhpiego conducted a task analysis study to obtain data on job duties or tasks performed by these cadres, as well as information about how often the tasks are performed, if and where tasks were learned, and the self-perceived level of competence in performing the tasks.
http://reprolineplus.org/system/files/resources/FI...


Lesotho Nursing Initiative (poster)

Ministry of Health and Social Welfare MOHSW and the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI), (2011)


Second Global Forum on Human Resources for Health 25 - 29 January 2011 | Bangkok, Thailand | Empower health workers for health outcomes | Reviewing progress, renewing commitments to health workers towards MDGs and beyond
http://www.who.int/workforcealliance/forum/2011/30...


Stemming and reversing the out-migration of human resources for health in Lesotho (Poster)

Lesotho-Boston Health Alliance (LeBoHA), (2011)


Second Global Forum on Human Resources for Health 25 - 29 January 2011 | Bangkok, Thailand | Empower health workers for health outcomes | Reviewing progress, renewing commitments to health workers towards MDGs and beyond
http://www.who.int/workforcealliance/forum/2011/33...


Alleviating the Burden of Responsibility: Men as Providers of Community-Based HIV/AIDS Care and Support in Lesotho

Newman C, Eds.: Capacity Project, (2009)


Capacity Project Gender Research Brief | In Lesotho, as in many other countries, the HIV and AIDS care burden falls on the shoulders of women and girls in unpaid, invisible household and community work. This gender inequity in HRH needs to be addressed to ensure fair and sustainable responses to the need for home and community-based HIV/AIDS care and support. The Capacity Project addressed these issues through a study of men as providers of HIV/AIDS care and support.
https://www.capacityproject.org/images/stories/fil...


Capacity Needs Assessment for Pharmaceutical Services for the ART Program in Lesotho

Wang, S., N. Hoohlo, I. Tshabalala, K. Ntoi, and T. Sepetla, Eds.: Arlington, VA: Management Sciences for Health, (2013)


Submitted to the US Agency for International Development by the Systems for Improved Access to Pharmaceuticals and Services (SIAPS) Program.
http://apps.who.int/medicinedocs/documents/s21831e...


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