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The Leadership, Management, and
Governance (LMG) Project
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Project Rationale
• Countries/organisations throught the world are
dissatisfied with the performance of their health
sectors.
• We will not improve the level of satisfaction;
• We will not enhance health gain nor health care with
better leaders and better leadership;
• Leadership can be learned and/or developed,
• Project to create trained men & women, comfortable,
confident and competent to lead, manage & govern.
Project Partners:
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Management Sciences for Health (MSH) –
Project Lead
International Planned Parenthood Federation
(IPPF)
Yale Global Health Leadership Institute
(GHLI)
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public
Health (JHSPH), Division of Health Systems
Strengthening
African Medical and Research Foundation
(AMREF)
Medic Mobile
Context for the Strategic Direction of LMG
GHI Principles, Components, and Target Areas
LMG Vision
Through embracing the principles of
country ownership,
gender equity, and
evidence-driven approaches,
the LMG project seeks to create a world in
which
inspired leadership,
sound management, and
transparent governance
lead to better health outcomes for all,
including vulnerable populations worldwide.
LMG Mission and Key Result Areas
Mission:
The LMG Project improves leadership, management, and
governance practices to strengthen health systems and
improve health for all, including vulnerable populations
worldwide.
Key Result Area 1:
Key Result Area 2:
Key Result Area 3:
Global Support &
Utilization
Advance &
Validate
Implement &
Scale-up
Advance and validate
the knowledge and
understanding of
sustainable leadership,
management and
governance tools,
models, and approaches
Implement and scale up
innovative, effective,
and sustainable
leadership,
management, and
governance programs
Strengthen global support,
commitment, and use of
state of the art leadership,
management and
governance tools, models,
and approaches for priority
health programs.
LMG Coordinated Strategies for Maximum Project Impact
Key Result Area 1:
Key Result Area 2:
Key Result Area 3:
Global Support
and Utilization
Advance and
Validate
Implement and
Scale-up
M&E and Research
Innovation and HSS
Global Advocacy & Partnerships
1. Ensure Sustained
Investment in L+M+G
2. Establish Sustainable
Partnerships
3. Manage Innovative
Communications
1. Build Evidence with
Academic Institutions
1. Enhance Models &
Tools for HSS
2. Conduct Applied
Research on Bottlenecks
2. Professionalize
L+M+G
Team
3. Collaborate with
other CAs
4. Build M&E Capacity
3. Encourage L+M+G
Performance Improvement
4. Generate L+M+G
Demand and
Institutionalization
Key LMG Themes
1. Governance
2. Gender
3. Advocacy &
Partnerships
4. Professionalization
5. Senior Leadership
6. Evidence
LMG Conceptual Model:
Leading, Managing, and Governing for Results
People and teams empowered
to lead, manage and govern
Improved health system performance
Results
Leading
 Scan
 Focus
 Align/Mobilize
 Inspire
Managing
 Plan
 Organize
 Implement
 Monitor/Evaluate
Governing
 Cultivate Accountability
 Engage Stakeholders
 Set Shared Direction
 Steward Resources
Enhanced work
environment &
empowered male
and female
health workers
Strong
management
systems
 Increased
Service
Access
Responsive
health systems
prudently raising
and allocating
resources
 Expanded
Service
Availability
 Better
Quality
 Lower Cost
Sustainable
health outcomes
and impact
aligned with
national health
goals and MDGs
3, 4, 5, and 6
Where are we working now?
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Afghanistan
Benin
Bolivia
Côte d’Ivoire
Ethiopia
Ghana
Haiti
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Kenya
Libya
Moldova
Nicaragua
Nigeria
Sierra Leone
Tanzania
Vietnam
What LMG Can Do for
Host Country Partners and Missions
• Improve leadership and management practices
• Develop governance and senior leadership
capabilities
• Build and use evidence-based approaches
• Leverage partnerships
• Advance gender equity
• Promote the value of health management as a
profession
• Strengthen health systems for greater health impact
IPPF-LMG SoW 2013
• Capacity development for LC’s
• Capacity development for FHOK & PPAG to access
direct USAID grants.
• Advocacy for prioritization of LMG by health leaders.
• IPPF initiatives that strengthen SRH, women
empowerment and amplify governance.
• Document & share IPPF best practices in L+M+G
• Resource development to obtain USAID funds
• Share L+M+G tools and methodogies
Terms and Budget
• Project period January 2012-2013
• Obligated amount for 5 years $ 2,474,587 inclusive
20% cost share.
• Obligated amount 2012 $ 517,009 inclusive 20% cost
share.
• Payments on cost-disbursment basis
• Reporting & re-imbursements done quartely
• Time spent must be backed time sheet.
LMG Looks to Coordinate and Partner at All Levels
Other
Donors
CAs
Academia
Private
Sector
LMG
Partners
LMG: Promoting
Country
Ownership,
Stronger Health
Systems, and
Better Health
Outcomes
Civil
Society
National
Govts
Prof
Assns
USAID
Local
NGOs
Thank You!
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