In two separate partnerships, Ata Health produced labor market analysis for the Africa health workforce. For the World Bank, Ata Health synthesized data from 15 different countries in the East, Central, and Southern Africa region, and conducted a literature review to help explain supply and demand factors for the nursing and midwifery workforce. The report makes a global investment case for production of new health workers to address a regional shortage. For USAID / IntraHealth, Ata Health conducted a labor market analysis of the Ugandan clinical health workforce, including doctors, nurses, clinical officers, pharmacists, dentists, and more. Through data imputation, the team designed a novel method to produce the first-ever national estimate of the private sector workforce for each of these cadres, and described key areas of under- and over- supply of health workers. Ata Health presented the report to the Uganda Ministry of Health, in advance of their HRH strategic planning process.