Scaling Up, Saving Lives

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Jan 01, 2006

In 2006, the WHO alerted the world to a shortfall of 4.3 million trained health workers globally, with the worst shortages in the poorest countries. As a result, millions die or are disabled every year and the MDGs will not be achieved unless remedial action is taken. GHWA was launched in 2006, to tackle these issues. Scaling Up, Saving Lives sets out the findings and recommendations of the Task Force for Scaling Up Education and Training for Health Workers.

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GHWA
WHO

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Eastern Africa
West Africa

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Ethiopia
Ghana
Kenya
Malawi
Mozambique
United Republic of Tanzania

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