This report charts the evolution of W4H in six states of Northern Nigeria, including the transformation of health training institutions, the lessons learned and key achievements.
Changing the face of health training institutions: Making Health Training Institutions in northern Nigeria more female friendly
Improving the number and quality of health workers: Strengthening the capacity of Health Training Institutions in northern Nigeria
Addressing equity and social inclusion of rural girls to education in Northern Nigerian health training institutions
Peer reviewed articles
“Gendered Dimension of Accountability to Address Health Workforce Shortages in Northern Nigeria.” (IDS Bulletin, vol 49, Number 2, March 2018: Accountability for health equity: Galvanising a Movement for UHC)
“Improving Human Resource for Health means retaining Health Workers: Application of the WHO recommendations for the retention of health workers in rural Northern Nigeria.” (Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved 28 (3), May 2017).