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Community Connector Directory

The development and humanitarian sector comprises many organizations, groups and communities working towards shared sustainable development goals. Connecting with others working on the same issues is a critical enabler of better programs and projects. Since taking off 20 years ago, online groups and communities act as conduits for collaboration and learning. The Dgroups Foundation’s ‘community [more…]

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WHO Sexual, Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, Child and Adolescent Health Policy Document Repository

The World Health Organization (WHO) sexual, reproductive, la salud materna, newborn, child and adolescent health (SRMNCAH) policy document repository includes close to 5,000 documents from approximately 140 countries submitted through the 2018-2019 WHO RMNCAH Policy Survey. The documents were submitted by national survey respondents and were organized and catalogued by the WHO Department of Maternal, Newborn, Child [more…]

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Global Health Media Videos

Global Health Media Project’s videos on reproductive, la salud materna, newborn, and child health are engaging, crystal clear, corto, and practical. They enable learners of all levels to easily understand and remember critical teaching points. There are videos offered in many languages covering topics like labor care, breastfeeding, and contraceptive use, placement, and removal. This video provides [more…]

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Key Insights for First-Time Parent Programs
First Time Parents

Evidence To Action (E2A), led by Pathfinder International, shares eight insights garnered from our experience designing and implementing programming for First-Time Parents (FTPs), highlighting the most important lessons learned across our projects. Each insight provides background on the issues involved, including the specific challenges or opportunities that are unique to FTPs and key points to [more…]

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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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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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We’re Doing All This Good Work: What Are We Learning and How Do We Share It?

Over the course of a global health project, team members learn a lot about what successfully improves health and what doesn’t. Capturing and sharing this knowledge is essential to designing and implementing more effective programs in the future. In this webinar, K4Health brings together expert panelists to present how to identify, synthesize, and share knowledge [more…]

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Disability, Poverty & Livelihoods Guidance
Disability, Poverty & Livelihoods Resource

Disabilities can exacerbate poverty by increasing the costs incurred by a household for care and treatment, and negatively impacting earnings if the person with a disability is dependent on others for day-to-day support. In turn, living in poverty can increase the likelihood of disability due to hazardous living and working conditions, inadequate access to treatment, [more…]

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Failing Forward Podcasts

With over 30 podcast episodes, CARE International staff around the world talk about experiences they learn from failure, and how they use that to get better at their work. Notes from the cutting edge: How work with youth highlighted gaps in implementation Walter Mwasaa from CARE’s SHOUHARDO III project talks about how cutting-edge work with [more…]

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