This poster summarizes the key findings from the study: How gender roles and relations affect health workers’ training opportunities and career progression in rural Zimbabwe: Implications for equitable health systems. Gender in human resources policy and planning is neglected in many contexts. Places/locations of deployment can determine opportunities for advancement, access to training, promotion, progression to […]
This short video summarizes the findings from a project exploring key gender-related factors affecting health workers’ career progression in Zimbabwe. The presentation was a part of a webinar exploring the role of gender in health systems. This video is also available on YouTube.
Gender equity is imperative to the attainment of healthy lives and wellbeing of all, and promoting gender equity in leadership in the health sector is an important part of this endeavour. This empirical research examines gender and leadership in the health sector, pooling learning from three complementary data sources: literature review, quantitative analysis of gender […]
This brief summarises a longer paper on women’s leadership in the health sector and draws together evidence from the global level, Zimbabwe, and Cambodia to illustrate some of the barriers and enablers of gender equity. In many countries, more than 75% of people engaged and working in global health are women, but this proportion of […]