Good governance of health system enables sound management of medicines, information, human resources, and finances, which in turn creates conditions in which health providers can deliver high-quality health services. Good governance can accelerate our journey toward AIDS-Free Generation and End Preventable Child and Maternal Deaths.
Login and Join the group today to prepare! By the end of the seminar participants will appreciate the challenges that public and civil society organizations face in health sectors of low- and middle-income countries, discover strategies to overcome these challenges, and become familiar with tools, models, approaches, and practices of good governance.
Welcome to the three-day LeaderNet seminar on governance of public and civil society organizations in the health sector hosted by the USAID-funded Leadership, Management, and Governance (LMG) Project. During these three days the seminar participants will discuss factors that constrain governance effectiveness, explore solutions to governance challenges using examples from real life, and review tools, models, approaches, and practices that will help them overcome similar challenges.
These are the topics for discussion for the three days of the seminar.
- Day 1 : Governance of public or government organizations in the health sector
Governance of ministries of health, provincial and district health systems, public hospitals, and multi-sector bodies, such as Country Coordinating Mechanisms and AIDS Commissions
- Day 2 : Governance of civil society organizations in the health sector
Governance of civil society organizations delivering health care, Malaria, Tuberculosis, HIV and AIDS, maternal, newborn and child health, and family planning and reproductive health services, and civil society organizations providing services to vulnerable populations
- Day 3 : Governance of government and civil society organizations in the health sector
Culmination and synthesis of previous daily discussions