Non-financial incentives and retention of health workers in Tanzania

Discussion Paper 61 Jul 01, 2008

"In this study, we will examine how the structural aspects of the healthcare labour market, such as continuing health sector reforms, trade liberalisation, privatisation and globalisation, might have made health workers more mobile to sell their labour anywhere. Using quantitative and qualitative approaches, we will analyse individual health workers' perceptions on the ability of their employers to, for example, offer a good working environment, effectively manage training programmes..."

Author
M Munga; D Mbilinyi

Region
Eastern Africa

Country
United Republic of Tanzania

Topic
Retention

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