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May 19, 2015

This is International Coaching Week and the coaching world certainly has a lot to celebrate.  In twenty years, executive coaching has grown from a poorly understood...

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April 13, 2015

Biomarker specialists visit a Ugandan laboratory as an experiential activity.

Note: This post was originally published by The DHS Program.

In January, 2015, 11 biomarker specialists from eight countries met in Uganda to...

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March 18, 2015

South African President Jacob Zuma

Mothers in ancient Sparta washed the newborn with wine to ensure it was strong.  Later the baby was brought by its father to the elders, who inspected the newborn carefully. If they found that the child was deformed or weakly they threw...

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February 10, 2015

A spray operator leaves for a day of work in the community, carrying her spray pump on the back of her bike

How do you define a successful malaria prevention project? One that achieves a 60% decrease in malaria cases? A 75% decrease? 80%?

What if I told you that a malaria prevention project in Uganda has achieved decreases over 90% in new cases...

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January 28, 2015

screenshot of video message on mental health, man in a car

This blog post was written in collaboration with Forum One in support of our USAID TASC4 ICT for Health contract.

At EnCompass, we believe in the power of technology-...

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