The Legacy

The Leadership, Management, and Governance (LMG) Project is the U.S. Agency for International Development's (USAID) most recent investment in developing inspired leaders, sound management systems, and transparent and accountable governing boards for health. USAID's 30-year legacy of investment demonstrates the Agency's leadership in identifying and fostering essential skillsets that create an enabling environment for quality health service delivery and responsive health systems.

Leadership, Management, and Governance - 2011-2016

The LMG Project strengthens health systems to deliver responsive services to more clients by developing inspired leaders, sound management systems, and transparent and accountable governing boards for inclusive decision-making by individuals, networks, organizations, and governments.

Leadership, Management, and Sustainability - 2005-2010

The Leadership, Management, and Sustainability (LMS) Project supported people and organizations around the world to strengthen their leadership and management capacity to achieve widespread improvements in health.

Management and Leadership - 2000-2005

The Management and Leadership Program (M&L) improved health care around the world by improving the performance of health organizations.

Family Planning Management Development II - 1995-2000

The Family Planning Management Development (FPMD) Project, implemented through a contract with Management Sciences for Health (MSH), strengthened the managerial and institutional capabilities of family planning organizations in Africa, Asia and the Near East, and Latin America and the Caribbean.

Family Planning Management Development I - 1990-1995

The Family Planning Management Development (FPMD) Project, implemented through a contract with MSH, strengthened the managerial and institutional capabilities of family planning organizations in Africa, Asia and the Near East, and Latin America and the Caribbean.

Family Planning Management Training - 1985-1990

The Family Planning Management Training (FPMT) Project trained senior and mid-level management personnel at public and private family planning organizations. The Project aimed to train 1,800 mid- and upper-level managers through basic skills training in workshops on regional or country-specific management problems or long-term technical training.