Passport to Leadership

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



Jo & Solenne

A Commitment to Efficient Management

Jo Nagels and Solenne Chupin


Shimeles Ololo (Photo: Dawit Tibebu/Mopix Productions)

Be Part and Parcel of the Solution

Shimeles Ololo Sinkie


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Becoming a Role Model and a Better Leader

Dr. Dereje Duguma


Dr. Amanuel Haile (Photo: Dawit Tibebu/Mopix Productions)

Bring People Together to Fulfill the Vision

Dr. Amanuel Haile


Godfrey Kuboi (Photo: Julius Kasujja)

Building a Vision for the Future

Godfrey Kuboi


Raymond Ruyoka (Photo: Julius Kasujja)

Empower Others to Make Things Move

Raymond Ruyoka


Angela Semanda (Photo: Julius Kasujja)

Finding Motivation Through Mentorship

Angela Semanda


Priscilla Ngunju

I Can Go Out There and Do Anything

Priscilla Ngunju