Evidence for supporting a skilled health workforce for all in Sierra Leone
The ReBUILD Research Programme Consortium has been conducting research on human resources for health and health systems financing in Sierra Leone since 2011. With extensive research findings from before and during the 2014-15 Ebola outbreak, ReBUILD’s work is very relevant for the ongoing health sector reconstruction process post Ebola. This brief outlines ReBUILD’s research on health worker incentives, and gives recommendations for the ongoing recovery strategy, based on the research findings, focusing on the strand for increasing a skilled workforce, especially in under-served areas.
ReBUILD. Evidence for supporting a skilled health workforce for all in Sierra Leone. (2015) 6 pp.