World Health Worker Week (8-12 April 2013) is an opportunity to mobilize communities, partners, and policy makers in support of your community’s health workers. It is a time to celebrate the amazing work that they do and it is a time to raise awareness of the challenges that they face every day. Perhaps most importantly, it is an opportunity to fill in the gaps in the health workforce by calling on those in power to ensure that health workers have the training, supplies, and support they need to do their jobs effectively.
Listen to a Radio Labour interview with Odile Frank, PSI Health Officer.
Read about Health Worker Week in Nigeria
Download the World Health Worker Week Engagement Toolkit here.