The LMG Project Consortium
MSH leads the consortium with 40 years of experience in health leadership, management, and governance. MSH led the U.S. Agency for International Development-sponsored Leadership, Management, and Sustainability Project (2005-2010), demystifying core leadership and management functions in the health sector, and producing concrete results for service delivery. The LMG Project builds upon this work by demystifying governance for health system strengthening and empowering public and private health organizations to meet their goals for service, access, availability, and quality.
Amref Health Africa brings a diverse network of local, regional, and global partnerships to the LMG Project, expertise with HIV and AIDS organizations, and broad eLearning capacity. Amref also hosts the recently- formed Africa Health Leadership and Management Network.
Medic Mobile is leveraging its technology expertise to introduce mHealth techniques to make local ownership of leadership, management, and governance practices viable and sustainable.
IPPF has experience with civil society in more than 170 countries, with public-private alliances at the multinational, bilateral, regional, and local levels, and is fostering better leadership, management, and governance practices within family planning and reproductive health.
JHSPH is helping the LMG Project build rigorous evidence of leadership, management, and governance interventions in strengthening health systems and achieving positive health outcomes in low- and middle-income countries.
Yale GHLI partners with educators in developing countries to offer senior leaders evidence-based tools for strategic problem solving and leadership development.