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Capacity Building for Community Process

SHRC provides strategic inputs in human resources for health. Since beginning state SHRC was involved in supporting policies for innovation in HRH cadre like Mitanin (ASHA) and Rural Medical Assistant (RMA). SHRC has advocated the state to develop strategies for HRH attraction and retention, timely recruitment and HRH planning in rural and underserved areas. One of the important area of SHRC work is to analyze the demand and supply aspects of HRH cadres in terms of Production, Deployment, Regional distribution. This has helped state to conduct timely recruitment and reduction in large chunk of vacancies. SHRC supported SIHFW in developing State Training Policy draft and transfer policies.

Key Focus areas to work in HRH:

  • Knowledge assessment of clinical providers
  • Mapping of specialist availability in public health facilities
  • Advocacy for direct recruitment of specialists and conducting more drives
  • Developing a rational posting and transfer policy
  • Revision of CRMC norms
  • Regulate dual practice with incentives
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