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Apr 09 2015
Equipping midwives to transform workplaces and end preventable maternal and child deaths

Midwifery is a key part of the puzzle to ensuring the effective provision of maternal, newborn, and child health (MNCH) services worldwide. If midwives were properly trained and deployed, they could deliver up to 87% of the world’s necessary MNCH health services according to the 2014 State of the World’s Midwifery Report

Mar 17 2015
LMG Mentoring Network: March Mentor of the Month by Sarah Lindsay

Each month, the LMG Women's Mentoring Network will feature an interview with a different mentor. You will be able to hear the mentor's powerful story, as well as her advice for succeding in the workplace. March's Mentor of the Month is Caren Wakoli. Caren is the founder and executive director of Emerging Leaders Foundation (ELF), an organizationnurturing Africa’s emerging leadership through organizational development, leadership development, youth civic engagement, good...

Mar 12 2015
Finding the Solutions: International Women’s Day 2015 by Sarah McKee

It has been over a century since the first International Women’s Day in 1909 and enormous strides have been made in addressing not only inequality in health, but also the disparities in health care access for women and girls.  To celebrate progress for International Women’s Day 2015, Management Sciences for Health, Pathfinder International, and the...

Mar 10 2015
3-Part Governance Webinar & Seminar Series by Rebecca Simon

Register now for our 3-Part Governance Webinar & Seminar Series.

Mar 09 2015
International Women's Day: Empowering women with disabilities

Women with disabilities face a double burden, experiencing exclusion and exploitation on account of their gender as well as their disability.

Mar 09 2015
International Women’s Day: Women leaders are the amplifier of those who are never heard by Belkis Giorgis

International Women’s Day represents the everyday successes that occur: when a mother delivers her baby safely in a health facility, the first day that little girl goes to school, and when she graduates from university. 

Mar 09 2015
Disrupting the Capacity Development Debate at Global Health Mini-U by Rebecca Simon

During USAID-funded Global Health Mini-University last Monday, the Leadership, Management & Governance (LMG) Project held a one-hour session on capacity building. 

Mar 06 2015
Improving Governance in Afghanistan’s Health Committees by Meredith Schlussel

In 2013, the LMG Project conducted a pilot study in Afghanistan to identify areas of improvement in provincial and district health systems. 

Feb 27 2015
Jason Wright Joins LMG as Project Director

The Leadership, Management & Governance (LMG) Project formally welcomed new Project Director Jason Wright on February 2, 2015.

Feb 20 2015
Haiti 5 Years After the Earthquake: Resilient and Complex by Karen Caldwell

Two words to describe Haiti five years after the devastating earthquake: Resilient and Complex

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