New: Multiple courses developed by Grant Management Solutions project! These courses offer tools and approaches for consultants providing technical support related to governance and management to Global Fund beneficiaries. Courses in English/French
New: The Global Fund’s Country Coordinating Mechanism (CCM) Orientation Program is now available! This program, developed by the USAID-funded Leadership, Management, and Governance Project in collaboration with The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB, and malaria, ensures effective CCM performance by providing CCM members and partners with important information about their roles and responsibilities. The courses are available in English, French, Spanish, and Portuguese on the Global Fund’s website.
This self-paced course teaches health professionals how to use QuanTB, a downloadable forecasting, quantification, and early warning tool for TB medicines.
This self-paced course introduces healthcare workers to new TB medicines such as bedaquiline and delamanid, and new regimens such as the 9 month regimen, and the responsible use of them, for the treatment of multi-drug resistant TB (MDR-TB).
Ouvert : La gouvernance pour les jeunes [en français]
Ce cours d’autoformation à son propre rythme est conçu pour les jeunes dans le but de leur fournir des informations au sujet de la bonne gouvernance, des idées pour s’engager au niveau de la gouvernance, et de renforcer leurs compétences en matière de gouvernance.
This self-paced course is designed to provide young people with information about good governance, ideas on how to engage in governance, and ways to strengthen governance skills.
Ouvert : Le leadership pour les jeunes [en français]
Ce cours d’autoformation à son propre rythme est adapté à l’apprentissage des jeunes leaders mondiaux qui œuvrent dans le but d’améliorer les résultats de santé au sein de leurs communautés et des pays à travers le monde. Ce cours comprend quatre modules qui couvrent les éléments suivants : Accentuez votre façon de penser, huit pratiques de leadership et de gestion, et surmontez les défis pour accomplir vos buts. Ce cours inclut des éléments interactifs tels que des vidéos, quiz et études de cas, et prendra environ 90 minutes à compléter.
This self-paced eCourse is tailored to young global leaders working to improve health outcomes in their communities and countries around the world. The eCourse has four sessions that cover how to focus your mindset, eight different leading and managing practices, and overcoming challenges to accomplish your goals. Interactive with videos, quizzes, and case studies, this course should take you approximately 90 minutes.
This self-paced course is about 1 hour in length and will provide you with an introduction to 8 critical leading, managing, and governing practices. This course will help you to identify the key leading, managing, and governing practices, and offers you an opportunity to evaluate your own strengths in relationship to these practices.
This self-paced course is about 1 hour in length and will provide you with a practical process to improve your coaching skills. The course introduces OALFA – which stands for Observe, Ask, Listen, give Feedback, Agree – a technique for coaching individuals to improve effectiveness.
The goal of the VLDP is to support teams, working in various areas of public health, to develop or strengthen their leadership skills so that they can identify and address challenges that improve their organizations and, ultimately, the health status of the population. The VLDP for MSH teams will focus on using leadership skills to achieve meaningful results in risk management for their countries.
SBCC VLDP (April 7- July 4; application closed): This VLDP is focused on strengthening individual and team leadership and management practices so that participants can anticipate and respond to challenges in maintaining and extending gains made through Social and Behaviour Change Communication.
SBCC VLDP 2 (September 15 – December 14; application closed): This is second offering of VLDP that is focused on strengthening individual and team leadership and management practices so that participants can anticipate and respond to challenges in maintaining and extending gains made through Social and Behaviour Change Communication.
SBCC VLDP 3 (February 9 – September 14, 2015, French, Application closed): Ce programme se concentre sur le développement individuel et de leadership d’équipe et les pratiques de management afin que les participants peuvent anticiper et répondre aux défis pour maintenir et étendre les gains réalisés par le biais de la Communication sociale de changement de comportement.
LDP-LMG National Malaria Control Program (December 2014 – September 2015; by invitation only): As a cross-cutting activity to promote knowledge exchange and sharing of best practices, the LMG/NMCP team will tailor and roll out a Leadership Development Program (LDP) for NMCP staff from all target countries. We will capture and link together the growth potential of all those who influence the way that human and material resources combine to improve malaria outcomes. The LDP will transfer skills and knowledge to help health actors face and address challenges; create an environment that motivates staff; and reinforce team work over individual perspectives.
The Training of Trainers will introduce ICRC program officers, ICRC country officers, and 1 Manager of the local partner physical rehabilitation center (at the first facility where the package will be introduced in the country) to the Essential Management Package for Physical Rehabilitation Centers. The TOT teams will take the EMP back to their countries and introduce it into the local partner physical rehabilitation center, with ongoing virtual coaching from the TOT facilitators.
VLDP for AHLMN final presentations and reporting portal
The SLP brings together multi-sectoral teams of high-level policy makers who work on disability and/or physical rehabilitation services, focal points from disabled persons organizations and other NGOs or facilities providing physical rehabilitation services from DRC, Togo, Madagascar, Niger, Chad, and Burundi. Between sessions, ICRC facilitators will mentor and support teams as they develop, implement and evaluate their strategic plans.
The SLP brings together multi-sectoral teams of high-level policy makers who work on disability and/or physical rehabilitation services, focal points from disabled persons organizations and other NGOs or facilities providing physical rehabilitation services from Lao, Myanmar, Cambodia, the Philippines, and Vietnam. Between sessions, ICRC facilitators will mentor and support teams as they develop, implement and evaluate their strategic plans.