The Knowledge Management Collection is a family of resources designed for global health professionals to help them understand, use, and train others on knowledge management approaches, tools, and techniques. All materials in the collection are free to adapt and use. The collection includes:
The Global Handbook represents a collaborative effort to provide high-quality, up-to-date guidance for health-care professionals working in low- and middle-income countries.
This toolkit provides practical guidance about why, when, and how to systematically partner with champions to advance newborn health advocacy objectives. It also provides examples of how Save the Children has worked with newborn health champions.
This manual is intended to open opportunities for children to learn about their own rights and discover their potential. It is expected that once the children acquire this knowledge, it will help them gain dignity.
This handbook is intended to help integrate more participatory methods into programming for vulnerable populations, especially war-affected young adults and children.
This toolkit in Arabic targets trainers to work with 4 groups with exercises in order to:
Increase awareness of the importance of sex and reproductive education for children and adolescents by linking it to the rights of the child
This book serves as step by step guide for documenting best practices in family planning, since this kind of sharing enables persons and organizations working in the health sector to avoid reinventing the wheel; to improve performance and avoid the mistakes of others.
This manual contains an experiential training designed to enhance competencies to deliver evidence-based high impact interventions that will help to reduce preventable maternal and newborn deaths.
This toolkit, created by the California (US) Department of Health, provides detailed resource materials to assist in effectively managing and communicating during an emergency or crisis.