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    The Knowledge Management Collection is a family of resources designed for global health professionals to help them understand, use, and train others on knowledge management approaches, tools, and techniques. All materials in the collection are free to adapt and use. The collection includes:

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    This 2013 edition of the Guide (frequently referred to as "the KM M&E Guide") offers a unique logic model and 42 common indicators to measure the process, reach, usefulness, and learning/action outcomes of knowledge management (KM) activities in the context of global health and development programs. It is the successor to the 2007 Guide to Monitoring Health Information Products and Services.

     

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    Dr. Jim Shelton's Pearls is an occasional series by USAID’s Global Health Science Advisor that answers commonly asked questions about family planning. 

    Global Health: Science & Practice

    Global Health: Science and Practice 

    Question: I understand USAID is involved in a new online peer reviewed global health journal. Is that right?

    Answer: Yes in collaboration with Johns Hopkins University and George Washington University. It is called Global Health: Science and Practice and is especially oriented toward practical knowledge related to how to implement programs in the field.  At the journal's website you can learn more about the journal and sign up to be a subscriber or peer reviewer.  We are now accepting submissions and project to publish the first issue late 2012 or early 2013. See more description in the image to the right.

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    Building Better Programs Through Knowledge Management 3

    In February 2018, K4Health hosted a webinar to introduce the new Knowledge Management Collection.

    On Thursday February 8, 2018, K4Health co-hosted the webinar, “Building Better Programs Through Knowledge Management” with guest presenters from Pathfinder International and Ipas.

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    In this webinar presentation, Senior Communications Specialist Wycliffe Omanya shares challenges and opportunities in integrating the two departments, communications and knowledge management, within a global health organization.

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    In this webinar presentation, Knowledge Management Advisor Sarah Burns offers practical case examples of how Pathfinder International is using tools from K4Health's Knowledge Management Collection to strengthen their work as a global health organization.

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    Delivered as part of a webinar in February 2018, Ruwaida Salem, co-author of the "Building Better Programs" guide, introduces K4Health's KM Collection in this slideset. Jarret Cassaniti walks participants through the various features of the Collection's KM Training Package.

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    The Knowledge Management Collection is built on the foundation of the five-step KM Road Map. The Building Better Programs guide offers a detailed look at each of the five steps of the Road Map along with in-depth tasks to complete within each step. (Not sure you're ready to dig in at this level? Try the Knowledge Management Pocket Guide.)

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    The Knowledge Management Road Map (KM Road Map) is a five-step systematic process for generating, collecting, analyzing, synthesizing, and sharing knowledge in global health programs.

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    Un approche du marché total (AMT) à la planification familiale vise à s'appuie d’une manière efficace sur tous les ressources disponibles des secteurs de marché — public, à but non lucratif et commercial — afin d’améliorer l’accès aux produits et aux services de la planification familiale pour tous les clients. Cette nouvelle infographie introduit le concept de l’AMG et son application dans le contexte de la planification familiale. 

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