February 29, 2016
11:00-12:00 • March 4, 2016
Marvin Center Room 308, George Washington University
Join the Clean, Fed & Nurtured Community of Practice on Friday, March 4 at the Global Health Mini-University to learn about the “why” and the “how” of developing and using indicators for integrated global health programs.
This session will outline the importance of measurable indicators for integrated programming, explore challenges to effective cross-sector collaboration, specifically between those working on water, sanitation, and hygiene, nutrition, and early childhood development, and allow the opportunity for participants to contribute to the development of inter-sectoral indicators.
Attendance at the Mini-University is free, but you do have to register online. Don’t miss this great opportunity to join the Clean, Fed Nurtured Community of Practice as we work together to promote early childhood growth and development. Register today!
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