Organized by Management Sciences for Health (MSH)
What does it take to practice good governance? What can be done at the community or facility level, at district, regional or national levels or even at the international donor level that will improve governance? And once we know what needs to be done, how do we make it happen?
MSH invites you to join them during this nine-day seminar and explore together a set of practical tools to help decide where and how to start making changes that will improve the way communities, facilities, or government teams transform good governance ideas into action.
The seminar will focus specifically on how to strengthen program governance in order to produce intended results in three Global Health Initiatives:
1. AIDS Free Generation
2. Ending Preventable Child and Maternal Deaths
3. Securing Universal Access to Sexual and Reproductive Health Services
Watch a video introduction to the seminar.
You can participate in this seminar on your own time, whenever it is convenient for you. Log in anytime from September 5-15 to check in on the discussion and share your ideas. This two-week event is presented by the USAID-funded Leadership, Management & Governance (LMG) Project.
It’s free and easy to participate in the seminar:
-Go to leadernet.org
-Log-in (be sure to register as a LeaderNet member)
-Join the seminar group
-Mark your calendar for September 5-15, 2017
-Participate in the seminar at your convenience during the two-week period – you can spend as much or as little time as you like.