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  • Meet our September Featured TCI-U User: Mrs. Roselyn Owen, Nurse, Government of Abia State

    What changes have you observed as a result of TCI?
    I’ve been involved in TCI since October 2020 and observed several changes as a result of TCI.
    – Family planning is now on the priority list of government.
    – Greater involvement of all stakeholders in f…[Read more]

  • Spring Impact recently published its “Journey to Impact: Lessons from our first ten years”, helping mission-driven organizations to scale their impact. They distilled their learnings in five crucial lessons which I will share over the next few days. They include:
    1. Stay responsive, stay relevant, stay the course
    2. Imagine your ideal world, plan…[Read more]

  • TCI-U Featured User for August: Emanuel Chikoti
    Administrative Director | Non-Government Organization | Empowered Girls, Tanzania

    When did you first get involved in TCI?
    I first became involved in TCI on August 10, 2021.

    What changes have you observed as a result of TCI?
    Our weekly program planning for AYSRH has started to deepen and we are now…[Read more]

  • Powerful graphic on the benefits of FP

  • TCI-U Featured User for June: Pearl Joy M. Catingub, TCI City Technical Lead, Cagayan de Oro (CDO), Philippines

    When did you first get involved in TCI?
    In 2018, I joined Zuellig Family Foundation (ZFF) as a City Account Officer for Zamboanga City. After the completion of ZFF’s partnership project with USAID, I continued my journey with ZFF, j…[Read more]

  • TCI-U Super User for April: Vikram Mohan Mathur, Field Program Coordinator | Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, India

    When did you first get involved in TCI and what changes have you witnessed as a result of TCI?
    I first became involved in The Challenge Initiative for Healthy Cities (TCIHC) in May 2018. Since then, I’ve observed that auxiliary nurse m…[Read more]

  • Meet TCI-U Super User Spotlight for March 2021: Daniel David Hellon, Student, Taraba State, Nigeria

    When did you first get involved in TCI and what changes have you witnessed as a result of TCI?
    I started volunteering with TCI and Taraba State Primary Health Care Development Agency in April 2020. A key characteristic that sets TCI apart from…[Read more]

  • Please Meet Our TCI-U Super User for January: Dorothy Logedi, registered nurse, stationed at Awendo sub-county in Migori county, Kenya

    When did you first get involved in TCI and what changes have you witnessed as a result of TCI?
    I got involved in 2017 when Migori county began its partnership with TCI. Because it was designed as an integrated…[Read more]

  • Please Meet Our TCI-U Super User for December: Kriti Bhardwaj, TCI City Manager, Varanasi, India

    When did you first get involved in TCI and what changes have you witnessed as a result of TCI?
    I joined TCI in July 2017. I am the City Manager for Varanasi, which means that I coach Chief Medical Officer, Nodal Officers, Urban Stakeholders and other…[Read more]

  • TCI-U Featured User for October: Samuel Saik, Enrolled Nurse | Private Not-for-Profit | Uganda

    When did you first get involved in TCI and what changes have you witnessed as a result of TCI?
    I participated in a workshop organized by Kampala capital city authority under the theme “Tupange for Better Cities” in January 2019. During the workshop, we…[Read more]

  • 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]

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