“Working for Health”: A Five-Year Action Plan for Health Employment and Inclusive Economic Growth (2017–21)
The five-year action plan is a joint intersectoral programme of work across ILO, OECD and WHO that is critical to support Member States in the effective implementation of the recommendations of the High Level Commission on Health Employment and Economic Growth in line with the Global Strategy on Human Resources for Health.
The Action plan - was discussed and adopted at 70th World Health Assembly.
- “Working for Health” Five-year Action Plan for Health Employment and Inclusive Economic Growth (2017–2021)
- 70th World Health Assembly Resolution Human resources for health and implementation of the outcomes of the United Nations’ High-Level Commission on Health Employment and Economic Growth
Submissions from the Call for Commitments to Action and Consultation on the ILO OECD WHO Five-Year Action Plan on Health Employment and Economic Growth (December 2016- February 2017)
- Submissions to the call for contributions in implementing the recommendations of the High-Level Commission on Health Employment and Economic Growth (October – November 2016)