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.
Through a long-term partnership, FP2030 and Knowledge SUCCESS have used KM techniques to summarize country commitments in shareable formats that anyone can easily understand and expand documentation expertise among FP2030 Focal Points.
As we extend a warm welcome to the 2024 members of the steering committee, we express profound gratitude to the outgoing team for their invaluable experiences and insights. Join us in celebrating their journey and gathering wisdom to empower the incoming team.
Collins Otieno recently joined Knowledge SUCCESS as the Knowledge Management Officer for our East African region. Collins has a wealth of experience in knowledge management (KM) and a deep commitment to advancing effective and sustainable healthcare solutions.
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."
On August 17, Knowledge SUCCESS and the FP2030 NWCA Hub hosted a webinar on postpartum and post-abortion family planning (PPFP/PAFP) indicators that promoted recommended indicators and highlighted successful implementation stories from experts in Rwanda, Nigeria and Burkina Faso.
In 2023, Young and Alive Initiative are working in partnership with USAID, and IREX through the youth excel project, we are implementing a gender transformative program for adolescent boys and young men in the southern highlands of Tanzania. The reason we focused on men this time is because men and boys have often been overlooked in discussions around SRHR and gender.