Across July and August 2023, the Knowledge SUCCESS East Africa team hosted their third Learning Circles cohort with twenty-two FP/RH practitioners from Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, South Sudan, and Ghana.
Across our regional work in East Africa, the Knowledge SUCCESS project has prioritized knowledge management (KM) capacity strengthening and ongoing mentorship as a key strategy to sustaining effective use of KM approaches across individuals, organizations, and networks.
On this World Contraception Day, September 26, the Knowledge SUCCESS East Africa team engaged members of TheCollaborative, an East Africa FP/RH Community of Practice, in a WhatsApp dialogue to understand what they had to say about the power of "Options."
Since 2019, Knowledge SUCCESS has been building momentum in improving access to and quality of family planning/reproductive health (FP/RH) programs by strengthening knowledge management (KM) capacities among relevant stakeholders in East Africa.
Blue Ventures started integrating health interventions, addressing a huge unmet need for family planning. We came to understand that we were addressing a health need which is part of a broader ecosystem consisting of conservation, health, livelihood, and other challenges.
An interview with Jostas Mwebembezi, Executive Director and Founder of The Rwenzori Center for Research and Advocacy in Uganda, which serves women, children, and adolescents in the poorest communities to help them access improved livelihoods, including better health care and education.
Young and Alive Initiative is a collective of young professionals, health care providers, and talented content creators who are passionate about sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) and social development in Tanzania and beyond.
A new Knowledge SUCCESS learning brief documents the sustained impact of activities started under the Health of People and Environment–Lake Victoria Basin (HoPE-LVB) project, an eight-year integrated effort that ended in 2019. Featuring insights from HoPE-LVB stakeholders several years after the project’s closure, this brief offers important lessons learned to help inform future design, implementation, and funding of cross-sectoral integrated programs.