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Submitted by KMAadmin on 13 March 2010 - 6:41pm.
K4Health recently published a new toolkit developed by Family Health International (FHI), titled “Family Planning and HIV Services Integration.”
Submitted by K4Health on 26 February 2010 - 8:47pm.
I am fascinated by the interview that I conducted today with the Director of Water Services in one of the District municipalities in Mpumalanga.
“I cannot take credit for the success of the District, we are excelling because we work as a team , from our political heads downwards” In our team the individual does not exist, we are the ‘WE’ of the District. Everything is about the ‘WE’. We do not use top down approach, we are equal partners and players operating horizontally”. We see ourselves as a family of municipalities in the District with the vision to meet the expectations of our communities”.
He reminded me of my favourite Asante proverb: I am because we are and therefore we are because I am.
WIN-SA is currently documenting a case study on systematic planning and coordination for sustainable water services delivery. Issues emerging from the case study
Submitted by afrocent on 23 February 2010 - 6:44pm.
As my family and friends in Washington and Baltimore coped with the so-called “Snomageddon” and “Snowpocalypse,” my colleagues from Management Sciences for Health and I were half a world away in Africa’s warm heart, making progress with K4Health activities in Malawi.
Submitted by K4Health on 22 February 2010 - 9:31pm.
What mental or intellectual costumes Africans need to wear in order to develop modern knowledge systems?
This is a free reflection on the power of modern science, technology, innovation and knowledge systems (STI) for revealing some distinctive style of modernity in Africa.
Submitted by Jacques Hamel on 22 February 2010 - 1:44pm.