Passport to Leadership

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USAID first responded to the essential need for soft skills training in the health workforce in 1985, investing in the Family Planning Management Training program, and they have continued their leadership in this through the Leadership, Management, and Governance (LMG) Project.

Over the intervening years, we have recognized that just as a passport enables someone to travel between countries and learn about new cultures, strong leadership, management, and governance skills help take individuals and institutions to a whole new level of performance.

Passport to Leadership tells the stories of individuals, networks, organizations, and government agencies dedicated to delivering more responsive services to more people, or having benefitted from leadership, management, and governance training.

Publications & Reports

Passport to Leadership: Summary of 2016 Discussion Series Events

Events

Stories

Kidest Lulu Hagos

Leaders Need to Care

Kidest Lulu Hagos
Ethiopia

Josephine Amuron (Photo: Julius Kasujja)

Leadership Begins with You

African Centre for Global Health and Social Transformation
Uganda

Peter Muganga (Photo: Julius Kasujja)

Learning in Action

Peter Muganga
Uganda

Less Rushed and Less Time Waiting

Amleset Tesfaye, Asmrom Abreha, and Zemichael Gebregziaber
Ethiopia

Joint Clinical Research Centre (Photo: Julius Kasujja)

Marked Improvements for the Organization

Joint Clinical Research Centre
Uganda

Micah Matiang’i

Midwives are the Face of Health Systems

Micah Matiang’i
Kenya

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