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Guide for Building and Strengthening Organizational Knowledge Management Capacity

Although knowledge management (KM) activities for global health programs have been well documented, with tremendous guidance and training materials developed to support the integration of KM within global health programming, there has been less documentation and guidance around embedding KM specifically within organizations working in global health. This guide was developed by a task team [more…]

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Adaptive Learning Guide: A Pathway to Stronger Collaboration, Learning, and Adapting

Developed by USAID MOMENTUM, this guide provides information and resources to integrate adaptive learning into the design, implementation, and improvements of programs for maternal, newborn and child health services, voluntary family planning, and reproductive health care. It offers a conceptual introduction to adaptive learning, key steps to integrating into your work using links to existing [more…]

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Public Health on Call Podcast

Johns Hopkins University’s Bloomberg School of Public Health presents a podcast with evidence and experts to help listeners understand today’s public health news. Start listening to the podcast below: Episode 316 – Nepal’s Growing COVID-19 Crisis Nepal is suffering from a growing humanitarian crisis. Less than 4% of the country is vaccinated, test positivity rates [more…]

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Lessons Learned from Past Outbreaks – Bridging Interdisciplinary Insights to Strengthen COVID-19 Vaccination Acceptance and Demand

This webinar features a panel of global, interdisciplinary experts, including applied anthropologists and global health practitioners, to discuss lessons learned from past infectious disease responses. Expert panelists reflect on how past responses can inform efforts to strengthen global COVID-19 vaccination acceptance, with Q&A and discussion. This expert panel discusses the structural and systemic factors historically [more…]

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DO’s & DON’Ts for Engaging Men & Boys

Men and boys have their own distinct health needs and vulnerabilities, and engaging men can benefit everyone—including women and girls. What should you do, and not do, when engaging men & boys in health promotion and gender equity? Developed by the USAID Interagency Gender Working Group’s Male Engagement Taskforce, this 2-page fact sheet brings together [more…]

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Adolescent Health and Well-being Webinars

Building the capacity of young people is critical to realizing the promise of the Sustaining Development Goals (SDGs) and the Global Strategy for Women’s, Children’s and Adolescents’ Health. Adolescents and young people are uniquely positioned to be effective advocates to hold their governments accountable for the delivery of promises, policies and programs that affect their [more…]

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Improving Health Care in Low- and Middle-Income Countries
Improving Health Care in Low- and Middle-Income Countries

This open access book, produced under the USAID Applying Science to Strengthen and Improve Systems (ASSIST) Project, is a collection of 12 case studies capturing decades of experience improving health care and outcomes in low- and middle-income countries. Each case study is written by healthcare managers and providers who have implemented health improvement projects using [more…]

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My Event Moved Online, Now What? Adapting Knowledge Exchange Activities for Virtual Platforms

Are you suddenly moving an event or working group meeting to a virtual platform? Wondering how to adapt the in-person, participatory agenda you spent so much time planning? Knowledge exchange, or peer-to-peer learning, is a powerful way to share best practices, reflect on lessons learned, and encourage collaboration. Many people think of “knowledge exchange” as [more…]

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Dreaming with Girls: How Aspirations Shape Contraceptive Use

Young people are critical drivers for sustainable change. Health and development organizations are increasingly partnering with adolescents to program around what matters to them today. Access to contraception alone simply is not enough. Tools and approaches that engage and respond to young people’s needs can bring young people one step closer to achieving their life [more…]

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