High-Impact Practices in Family Planning: Strengthening Leaders and Managers

High-Impact Practices in Family Planning: Strengthening Leaders and Managers

{Photo credit: Rui Pires/Uganda}Photo credit: Rui Pires/Uganda

[HIP Brief: Leaders and Managers: Making Family Planning Programs Work]HIP Brief: Leaders and Managers: Making Family Planning Programs WorkFor years, Management Sciences for Health (MSH) and partners have championed and advocated that leadership and management be recognized as a high-impact practice (HIP) for family planning. Proven, promising, and emerging practices in family planning are codified in HIP briefs, publications developed by collaborating partners, with support from the US government, and rigorously reviewed by experts in family planning practice.

Recently, MSH worked with USAID and partners through the Leadership, Management & Governance (LMG) Project to develop a HIP brief on how strong leadership and management can improve family planning programs. The new HIP brief, Leaders and Managers: Making Family Planning Programs Work, recognizes MSH's leadership and management tools and approaches (pages 1 and 7) as trusted resources for those who design family planning activities and programs. We’re humbled and excited that MSH’s tools and approaches for strengthening the capacity of leaders and managers have been recognized as a HIP for improving family planning programs.

Scaling up high-impact practices is one of seven areas of MSH’s family planning expertise.

Learn more about our approaches to leadership and management and read the new HIP brief.

 

 

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