The ReBUILD Project 2 in Sierra Leone focuses on Human Resources for Health (HRH), in particular the incentives established for health workers (HWs) and how they have changed since the conflict. The ReBUILD Consortium conducted a document review that helped to identify gaps in available information on HRH policy-making and formulate hypotheses. The key informant interviews detailed in this document aim to build on the document review by filling these gaps with the insights of the actors involved in policy-making in Sierra Leone. The analysis in this report intends to investigate the key informants’ narrative of the sequence of the events, as well as to explore some of the factors that defined the decision-making process in the post-conflict period.
Bertone, M.P.; Witter, S. The development of HRH policy in Sierra Leone, 2002-2012 &#8211; report on key informant interviews. (2014) 37 pp.
The development of HRH policy in Sierra Leone, 2002-2012 – report on key informant interviews