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{Photo credit: Rui Pires}Photo credit: Rui Pires

Management Sciences for Health (MSH), through its USAID-funded Leadership, Management and Governance (LMG) Project, trains executive boards in the practices of good governance -- cultivating accountability, engaging stakeholders, setting shared direction, and stewarding resources -- to ultimately improve health outcomes. LMG’s interventions contribute to developing and fine-tuning executive board’s roles and responsibilities. Methodology Links Learning with Results

 {Photo by: MSH Staff}A team from West Hararghe provincial health office discusses professional licensing and accreditation of health facilities.Photo by: MSH Staff

Jemal Mohammed calls governance in the health sector a “matter of life and death.” That’s what drives him to do the work he does.  Jemal has worked in the global health sector for 21 years — more than seven of those at MSH. He has dedicated his career to working on sustainable health interventions that can improve entire health systems.

 {Photo: Jawad Jalali/Afghan Eyes}Safiullah Sadiq, community health worker and member of the village health council, was interviewed by the LMG-Afghanistan Project in April 2015.Photo: Jawad Jalali/Afghan Eyes

Safiullah Sadiq, a community health worker from the Nangarhar Province, Afghanistan, is one of 14 residents who sits on his village’s health shura. (Shuras are councils that engage local leaders, health care providers, and other community members to improve the community’s health.) Sadiq’s village had identified that low utilization of health services was something that they wanted to address. But, the shura hadn’t understood how it could intervene.

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