Top 5 Leadership, Management, and Governance Stories of 2015

Greg Olson

Communications Senior Associate

As the Leadership, Management, and Governance (LMG) Project looks back over a year's worth of accomplishments, here are the five most popular blog posts from 2015. Although they might not represent all of the LMG Project's activities during the past year, or over the past four years, these five blog posts give a quick glimpse into some of ways that the LMG Project develops inspired leaders, sound management systems, and transparent and accountable governing boards that contribute to stronger health systems.

Jillian Gedeon attends the International Conference for Urban Health on behalf of the International Youth Alliance for Family Planning. (Photo: MSH Staff)

#5

Youth Leader in Action at the International Conference for Urban Health

Jillian Gedeon, co-founder and executive member of the International Youth Alliance for Family Planning (IYAFP), shares her insight after attending the International Conference for Urban Health. The LMG Project provides organizational development and technical assistance to IYAFP.

A graphic recording from the LMG/Afghanistan end of project event. (Photo: MSH Staff)

#4

Voices from the Field: LMG-Afghanistan Hosts Health Systems Strengthening Forum

The Voices From the Field Event that kicked off a series of end-of-project activities for the LMG-Afghanistan Project.

Victor leads his hospital team to improve maternal health. (Photo: Katie Martin)

#3

A Community Health Transformation in Rural Kenya

Victor Omido is a midwife at the Kilungu sub-regional hospital in Kenya, and a participant in the pilot delivery of the LMG for Midwifery Managers Course.

Young leaders comprised a panel at the YouthLead side event during the World Health Assembly. (Photo: Sarah Lindsay)

#2

Young Leaders Call for Training, Data, and More Than Just a Spot at the Table to Improve Adolescent Health

Youth Lead: Setting Priorities for Adolescent Health, co-sponsored by the LMG Project, Women Deliver, the Partnership for Maternal, Newborn & Child Health, the White Ribbon Alliance, the World YWCA, and the International Federation of Medical Students' Associations (IFMSA), convened health leaders for a dynamic discussion on meaningful youth participation for adolescent health.

Caren Wakoli is the founder of the Emerging Leaders Foundation and a member of the East Africa Women's Mentoring Network. (Photo: Caren Wakoli)

#1

LMG Project Mentoring Network: March Mentor of the Month

Caren Wakoli is the founder and executive director of Emerging Leaders Foundation, an organization nurturing Africa’s emerging leadership through organizational development, leadership development, youth civic engagement, good governance advocacy and sustainable community service events.

For a broader look at the LMG Project's accomplishments over the last year, check out our December Newsletter #ToldWithExposure:

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