July 2018

  • Knowledge Management for Global Health

    Jennifer Tumusiime

    EGPAF Uganda | Knowledge Management Advisor
    Tumusiime share fair blog photo

    The East Africa Regional Share Fair attracted participants from many sectors.

    In his book Post-Capitalist Society, prominent management thinker and writer Peter F. Drucker notes, “Knowledge has become the key economic resource and the dominant—and perhaps even the only—source of competitive advantage.”

    How to make this a reality for East Africa informed most of the discussions at the Regional Share Fair conducted in Uganda in June 2018. The objective of the Share Fair was to collaboratively learn how to apply knowledge management (KM) tools, techniques, and approaches in the health sector.

  • Elizabeth Futrell

    (Formerly) CCP | Content Development Lead
    The Art of Photography is the second in K4Health/IYAFP's storytelling webinar series.

    The Art of Photography is the second in K4Health/IYAFP's storytelling webinar series. Photo: UYAHF

    The Knowledge for Health (K4Health) team has conducted storytelling workshops around the world over the past few years, from South Africa to the Philippines. We’ve been particularly energized by the opportunities we’ve had to help strengthen the capacity of grassroots youth-led organizations to use storytelling to reach their audiences and communicate about their work and the issues that matter to them. To share some of our essential tips and tools with a broader audience, particularly with young sexual and reproductive health professionals working in all corners of the world, K4Health is currently partnering with the International Youth Alliance for Family Planning (IYAFP) to jointly offer a digital storytelling webinar series.

  • Sophie Weiner

    CCP | Communications Specialist
    PHE Voices: Stories and Lessons Learned from Four Diverse Settings

    Population, Health, and Environment (PHE) experts from The Philippines, Madagascar, Ethiopia, and the Lake Victoria Basin share stories from the field. Photo credit: Meagan Harrison, courtesy of Photoshare.

    The Population, Health, and Environment (PHE) approach addresses the relationship between human health and environmental health in order to improve primary health care services, conserving biodiversity and natural resources, and develop sustainable livelihoods. When development issues are addressed together, communities thrive.

  • Simone Parrish

    CCP | Global Repository Director
    HIFA discussion forum

    HIFA discussion forum: An IntraHealth International image shows a young woman speaking to a group of her peers.

    Beginning on Monday, July 30, 2018, Healthcare Information for All (HIFA) will hold a four-week facilitated discussion about the family planning and reproductive health (FP/RH) information and service needs and rights of children and youth.

    This is the third discussion on family planning delivered under the HIFA Project on Family Planning and Contraception. Building upon themes from a March 2018 forum, this lively exchange will focus on the specific needs of children (aged 0-17 years) and youth (aged 15-24 years). The discussion will also highlight many useful resources, including the 2018 update to Family Planning: A Global Handbook for Providers.

  • Knowledge Management for Global Health

    Sophie Weiner

    CCP | Communications Specialist
    Knowledge Management in Practice: Nurturing a Learning Culture

    Nurturing a Learning Culture is the first installment of our three-part webinar series on Knowledge Management in Practice.

    All organizations have some knowledge management (KM) processes and systems, but do you want to make your institution’s processes and systems more effective, purposeful, and systematic? Hear from KM experts about how they have shaped an enabling environment for learning and knowledge management by making the case for KM, strengthening local ownership and capacity, and getting started with clear objectives and tasks.