Lisa Mwaikambo

Lisa Mwaikambo's gallery/Wall photo Gallery
  • TCI-U Super User Spotlight for September:
    Nivedita Shahi, Manager Programs, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India

    When did you first get involved in TCI and what changes have you witnessed as a result of TCI?
    I joined TCIHC program in March 2019. In my more than one-year engagement with TCIHC program, I realized that this program has a unique design.…[Read more]

  • Please meet our Featured TCI-U User: Joy Kisira, Senior Nursing Officer, Iganga District Local Government

    When did you first get involved in TCI and what changes have you witnessed as a result of TCI?
    I’ve been involved with TCI since 2017. Since then, I’ve witnessed the following changes: sub-county budgets now include family planning fun…[Read more]

  • Hi @uduakananaba! I am – at least when I’m outside 🙂

  • Meet our June TCI-U Super User: Hussein Waziri Kengia, Family Planning Focal Person, Arusha District Council, Arusha Region, Tanzania

    When did you first get involved in TCIHC?
    I first became involved in TCI in July 2018. TCI’s Business Unusual model has changed a lot for me in how I carry out my daily activities. I can now more comfortably talk t…[Read more]

  • Please meet our TCI-U Featured User for May: Musa Abdullahi Sufi, State Program Coordinator, Kano State, Nigeria

    When did you first get involved in TCIHC?
    I became involved with TCI in November 2017. TCI’s business unusual approach and strategies attracted my attention. Not only the HIIs (high-impact interventions) in service delivery, demand g…[Read more]

  • Please meet April’s TCI-U Super User: Edmond K. Konvolbo, Epidemiology Health Attaché, Ministry of Health, Boulmiougou Health District | Burkina Faso

    When did you first get involved in TCIHC?
    I have been involved in TCI since March 2018. Our district is part of the commune of Ouagadougou and has implemented TCI to improve the supply of FP…[Read more]

  • TCI-U Super User: February Spotlight

    Mamta Behera
    Senior Manager Programs-(AYSRH)
    Population Services International | The Challenge Initiative for Healthy Cities
    Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh

    When did you first get involved in TCIHC?
    I have been with TCIHC since its inception. At first, I was in a communication and demand generation role because of my…[Read more]

  • Some great quotes by Albert Einstein on the power of learning: “The mind that opens to a new idea never returns to its original size.” And, “It’s not that I’m so smart, it’s just that I stay with problems longer.”

  • Learn more about January’s TCI-U Featured Champion User: Beatrice Njeri Githinji (@beatricegithinji)

    Job title and organization
    Nurse at Karura Health Centre in Westlands sub-county in Nairobi County, Kenya. It is a government institution offering family planning services among other services. I work in the family planning department and, hence,…[Read more]

  • Hi all! We are going to try and feature or spotlight a TCI-U champion user every month. For the month of December, we’d like to introduce you to Ahadi Faustin, Community Development Officer at Arusha District Council, a government institution, located in Arusha Region, Tanzania.

    When did you first get involved in TCI?
    “I first became involved in…[Read more]

  • Thank you all who responded to this year’s TCI-U user registered survey and interviews! Attached is an infographic with some of our key takeaways. Please continue to provide us with feedback so that we can make sure to make TCI-U as useful to you as possible.

  • Thank you all who shared your feedback with us via the annual TCI-U registered user survey and in-depth interviews! We appreciate all your feedback and wanted to make sure to share back with you some of the highlights, which you can find in the attached infographic.

  • Practical principles for being an effective leader

  • It’s important that as we work to rapidly and sustainably scale the proven approaches that we are always learning, adapting and course correcting. I found this meme on Commandments for Continuous Improvements that capture key steps for doing this.