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IN THIS ISSUE
A Note from the Project Director, Jim Rice
LMG project supports "WILD Women"
Strengthening management systems for people to walk and work again
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October, 2012
Welcome to our inaugural newsletter for the USAID supported Leadership, Management, and Governance Project!

You are both the focus of and a valued partner in this newsletter's communication. We invite you to generate and share practical insights and ideas about how those who lead, manage, and govern can improve the health and well-being of people living in low- and middle-income countries.

 

Each edition of this communique will showcase the LMG project's collaboration with health leaders in many countries as they put into practice knowledge and tools to strengthen health systems for greater health outcomes. Themes in the coming year will include new trends in governance and leadership, monitoring and evaluation, gender, and new technologies.

 

This edition is focused on how the LMG project is supporting individuals and organizations that help persons with disabilities and vulnerable populations.

 

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LMG Project Supports "WILD Women" Leaders with Disabilities

USAID-funded project works with MIUSA to strengthen an important leadership initiative

Twenty-six disabled women activists from all over the globe attended the 6th International Women's Institute on Leadership and Disability (WILD) in Eugene, Oregon, from August 5-27, 2012 organized by non-profit organization Mobility International USA (MIUSA). 

  

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Strengthening management systems to help people walk and work again
Across the world, people with physical disabilities have poorer health, lower education achievements, less economic participation, and higher rates of poverty than people without disabilities (World Report on Disability, 2011). The reality is that many of the barriers people with physical disabilities face are avoidable and the disadvantage associated with disability can be overcome. 
 
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