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dc.contributor.authorSOLID Nepal
dc.descriptionThe Human Resources for Health (HRH) situation in Nepal has been met with several key challenges particularly related to the shortage and uneven distribution of the health workforce in the country (5). Despite the need for an 'appropriate number and distribution of different cadres of health personnel, who are socially responsible, technically competent and are available at the right time and place (6), as outlined in the National Health Policy 1991, these challenges have prevented policy from being translated into practice. Moreover, the National Health Policy has not taken into consideration the epidemiological transitions and demographic developments that have occurred over the last two decades.en_US
dc.subjectHuman Resourcesen_US
dc.subjectPolicy Implementation and Managementen_US
dc.titleThe Distribution and SKill Mix of Human Resources for Health in Nepalen_US
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