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oct 20 2014
Save the Dates for Ebola Seminar – October 28-30, 2014! by Rebecca Simon

LeaderNet invites you to join a 3-day virtual seminar on the subject of West African Ebola outbreak from October 28 – 30, 2014. This seminar is provided free of charge and is targeted to anyone interested in preparedness and response to any Ebola outbreak, trends, approaches, and specific interventions that are needed.

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oct 17 2014
Owning Change: Through Local Ownership, Development Organizations Evolve by Sylvia Vriesendorp

“How can we get better support from our diocese for our development initiatives,” the executive director of a Catholic charity in Madagascar wondered. She and her Board Chairman participated with 8 other NGOs in a strategic management and leadership workshop that was organized by the USAID|MIKOLO (pronounced Mikoul) project that MSH is implementing

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oct 16 2014
From Rhetoric to Action: Engaging Women as a Means for Stronger Health Systems and Greater Health Outcomes by Rebecca Simon

Join us on November 4, 2014, for Sustainable Governance: From Rhetoric to Action: Engaging Women as a Means for Stronger Health Systems and Greater Health Outcomes with the Society for International Development's International Health & Nutrition Workgroup.

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oct 16 2014
The Amazing Staying Power of the LDP in Nepal by Barbara Tobin

Have you ever wondered what happens after a project activity ends? Although we are always deeply committed to local ownership and sustainability, we rarely have the opportunity to do long term follow up or reflection. I have recently had the extraordinary opportunity to discover for myself the long term impact of the Leadership Development Program (LDP) in Nepal. To sum it up in one word: WOW!

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oct 16 2014
A Closer Look: The Leadership, Management, and Governance Certificate Course for Midwifery Managers by Katie Martin

Investing in leadership and organizational development activities has long been a priority of Management Sciences for Health and the LMG project, who have long recognized that building the capacity of health leaders and managers not only improves the organizational strength and resilience of health systems; it can have a profound impact on the quality of care delivered to the world’s poorest and most vulnerable communities. Despite a broad array of literature and experience to back up this...

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