Top 5 Blogs of 2016

Greg Olson

Communications Senior Associate

As 2016 closes, the USAID-funded Leadership, Management, and Governance (LMG) Project has many accomplishments to be proud of. Below are the five most popular blog posts from 2016. Although they do not represent all of the LMG Project's activities and achievements over the past year, each of these five blog posts are imbued with the values that we hold dear. 

ICFP attendees at the side event on disability and family planning. (Photo: MSH Staff)


Disability Rights are Reproductive Rights

Improving family planning access for underserved and vulnerable groups quickly became a major theme at the International Conference on Family Planning, except that people with disabilities seemed to be missing from many of the discussions.

Presenters from the LMG Project and the International Youth Alliance for Family Planning at the International Conference on Family Planning. (Photo: MSH)


Youth Lead at International Conference on Family Planning

Record numbers of youth delegates added their voices to the family planning and reproductive health conversation during the International Conference on Family Planning.

Kwabena Larbi, a Senior Technical Advisor to Liberia's National Malaria Control Program. (Photo: Carole Douglis/MSH)


Leadership in a Time of Ebola

Overcoming challenges to deliver malaria nets to Liberian homes despite the Ebola crisis.

Guest blogger and young SRHR advocate Francis Oko Armah.


Inspiring Young Leaders to Improve Sexual and Reproductive Health

You do not need to lead a delegation to be a leader. Young people are already leaders all around the world.

Attendees at a workshop for young midwives at the Women Deliver conference in 2016. (Photo: MSH Staff)


Young Midwife Leaders Making a Difference

Many studies have demonstrated that well prepared midwives working close to women and the community, is “likely to be the most cost-effective” investment in primary health care to prevent maternal and neonatal mortality.

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