Gender-a Missing Dimension in Human Resource Policy and Planning for Health Reforms

@inproceedings{Standing2004GenderaMD,
  title={Gender-a Missing Dimension in Human Resource Policy and Planning for Health Reforms},
  author={Hilary Standing},
  year={2004}
}
This article takes up the relatively neglected issue of gender in human resources policy and planning (HRPP), with particular reference to the health sector in developing countries. Current approaches to human resources lack any reference to gender issues. Meeting the health needs of women as major users and potential beneficiaries of health services is a key international concern. This article argues that in order to do this, attention must also be paid to both equal opportunities and… CONTINUE READING

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