Find out what Amref Health Africa sees as East Africa's greatest strengths and weaknesses in knowledge sharing, and why we should all aspire to be lazy people in this interview with our colleagues Diana Mukami and Lilian Kathoki.
Knowledge SUCCESS’ technical experts in family planning and reproductive health, FHI 360 is helping to ensure the project is at the forefront of family planning knowledge exchange at global and regional levels.
We asked our Busara colleagues, Sarah Hopwood and Salim Kombo, to explain why behavior is at the heart of how people find, share, and process information.
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Grab a cup of coffee or tea and listen in on honest conversations with family planning program experts around the world as they share what has worked in their settings — and what to avoid — in our podcast series, Inside the FP Story.
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