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Lesson 4: Processes are beautiful, not boring — Documenting systems and processes can make all the difference to success at scale. This step was crucial to helping partner organizations remember that reporting results isn’t the only thing that matters. Recording how they got them is necessary too.
Dedicating resources to building systems and p…[Read more]
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]
Lesson 3: Organizations don’t scale things, people do – Recruiting the right people for scale planning and execution can be one of the most important and impactful choices an organization makes…we’ve identified the following key mindsets to be mastered to support scale, and the skills to activate them.
• Listening to, learning from, and working w…[Read more]
Lesson 2: Imagine your ideal world, plan for the real world – “Organizations need to understand the system they are working within in all its complexity—that’s the first step to changing it….nine out of ten past partners reported that there were external forces that have directly influenced the way they have scaled. These included changes i…[Read more]
Lesson 1: Stay responsive, stay relevant, stay the course: “This lesson is all about striking the right balance between being focused on the goal and remaining agile along the way…. Most often, on the journey to scale, our partners have needed to pivot their model at key inflection points–for example, moving from directly delivering a service…[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]
This is TCI-U coaching session taking place today with new political leaders in Makindye, Uganda
That is Luutu Anthony in Uganda coaching geography new political leaders and registering them onto TCI-U
Janet and Anthony helping new leaders of Makindye to register and use TCI-U
Register and participate in a great discussion on “Working in the Digital Age: Using Social Media as an SBC Approach” which will be held on Sep 28: https://springboardforsbc.org/networks/events/67245
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In case you missed the Sep 28 discussion, here’s the PPT slides: https://d1c2gz5q23tkk0.cloudfront.net/assets/uploads/3174427/asset/Social_media_presentations.pdf?1632945688 and recording: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ColeXCEX-no&t=274s
HRH2030 and USAID’s Office of Population and Reproductive Health developed a global gender-competency framework and eLearning for family planning service providers to improve gender-awareness in health workers: https://chemonics.com/resource/defining-and-advancing-gender-competent-family-planning-service-providers/
Join PSI/India as they report on the TCIHC experience as part of the WHO/IBP Implementation Story Focus on India: “Is it possible to increase family planning users in few months? Let’s find out!!” on Wednesday, September 15th 13:00 Geneva / 16:30 New Delhi. Register now at: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/985229904578189836
If you missed our graduation webinar this afternoon, please check out the recording and PPT slides here: https://tciurbanhealth.org/topic/what-it-takes-to-sustain-government-led-scale-up-of-fp-aysrh-programs/
What’s new is I have reached a new ranker from Master, to specialist Praise God.
Check out our new TCI University interactive piece: https://tciurbanhealth.org/tci-university/. We are in the process of translating it into French and will share that link once available.
Congratulation @lindaemanuel for becoming TCI U Specialist! So proud of you! Go Girl! You will never walk alone!
🎤✍️🔥 JLT UCOZ 🇧🇯 𝐈𝐍𝐅𝐎 🔥
*Armand GUEHOU* élu Secrétaire Général de la Fédération Ouest Africaine des Jeunes Leaders Transformationnels
*Election du bureau de la Fédération Ouest Africaine des Jeunes Leaders Transformationnels (JLT)*
*Armand GUEHOU _élu Secrétaire Général de la Fédération._*
✍️Du vendredi 03 au samedi 04 septembre…[Read more]
About TCI's Community of Practice
What’s a Community of Practice (CoP)?
A community of practice is a group of people who share a concern or a passion for something they do, and learn how to do it better as they interact regularly. CoP members may interact online and/or face-to-face.
TCI’s Global CoP
Once you register with TCI University, you will become a member of TCI Global CoP. This online space connects TCI hub staff, managers, implementers and other experts working in urban reproductive health, providing opportunities for real-time social learning, help with challenges, access to expertise, networking opportunities and knowledge sharing to:
- Learn more about TCI’s three-stage process
- Promote a mindset of continuous learning, exchange, networking and reflection
- Facilitate the rapid scale-up of proven family planning interventions
- Convert knowledge into practice
Through this space, we will offer additional opportunities for continuous learning, such as webinars, expert-led discussions and facilitated group discussions. The CoP will only be as beneficial as you seek to engage. So, we encourage you to post your own comments and start the conversation!
Regional groups like East Africa, Francophone West Africa, India and Nigeria are private groups for members to discuss regionally specific topics with hub staff, managers, and implementers from those locales. These groups may find having their own space valuable for sharing:
- Information about coaching
- Updates on national policy changes
- Discussions about improving the TCI process and overcoming challenges to implementation
- Local adaptation tips