Unpacking the capacity development: A Systems exploration of a partnership of Africa universities to develop capacity in health workforce
Amde, Woldekidan Kifle
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Health system in Sub-Saharan in Africa face multifaceted capacity challenges to fulfil their mandates of service provision and governance of their resources. Wide-ranging capacity development interventions exist to address these limitations. however, failure to take into account complexity into planning and implementation in the practice and research of these capacity development intervention predominate , hindering understanding and learning, and resulting in poor implementation or lack of sustainability of the capacity gains.
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