A Development Imperative: Learning for Action in Global Health

This event will be live-streamed on Facebook. Click here to view live at the time of the event.

More than ever, it is an ethical imperative to ensure that every funding dollar is used efficiently. Collaboration is one of our best strategies to make development dollars stretch - and meaningful learning, reflection, and coordinated action can help project managers and donors strengthen their programs in real-time. However, many programs and sectors do not yet have systems in place to share critical knowledge and translate lessons learned into better programs, which can result in missed opportunities, duplication, and wasted time and money.

In this half-day event, hosted by the Knowledge for Health (K4Health) Project, panelists explored how low-cost, high reward investments in knowledge management can help programs avoid these pitfalls and accomplish their health objectives.

USAID ASSIST participation: 

  • Lisa Maniscalco, Health Information Systems and Evaluation Advisor, USAID ASSIST Project AOR, USAID, spoke on the donor panel.  View the recording here.
  • Lani Marquez, Knowledge Management Director, USAID ASSIST Project/URC, spoke on the implementer panel. View the recording here.

This event is tailored particularly for global health and development professionals who lead or manage teams or projects.

Wednesday, February 28, 2018 - 08:30 to 12:00
Washington, DC
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