Family Planning

Counting Down the Reproductive Health Wins of 2013

We won so many victories for reproductive health in 2013! Join us in celebrating the holidays and these reproductive health “wins”. Calling out countries to meet the need for family planning: PAI shined a spotlight on which donor countries aren’t … Continue Reading

Visualization Should Be More Than a Pretty Face

We are in an era in which data visualization, infographics and maps are all the rage. For the most part, if you want something to get noticed, it has to be visual. In fact, it has to not only be … Continue Reading

Confessions of a Chief Operating Officer Could sharing our mistakes be the key to stronger organizations?

For the past three years, I’ve tried to convene a scrappy group of Chief Operating Officers (COOs) and other COO-like people from international NGOs to meet and discuss challenges, share lessons learned, and generate a sense of shared purpose in … Continue Reading

Stories Without Words GIS Day Highlights the Power of Maps

Today is a day to celebrate folks, because today is GIS Day.  As a GIS (geographic information systems) specialist, this day undoubtedly excites me more than it does most people.  But, it is my hope that through my new monthly … Continue Reading

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