The Knowledge Management Training Package for Global Health Programs is an online training resource with numerous ready-to-use training modules for KM trainers and health program managers. It covers topics ranging from how to apply KM in global health to storytelling, visual content, peer assists, and after-action reviews with the goal of strengthening the capacity of the global health workforce to manage and share critical knowledge needed to deliver results.
Foundational resources include:
- KM Road Map: 5-step systematic process for applying knowledge management in global health
- KM Pocket Guide: Quick reference on the 5-step KM Road Map
- Building Better Programs Guide: Comprehensive guide for implementing the KM Road Map
- Equity in KM Checklist: Practical tool for integrating equity in KM
The Knowledge Management Training Package for Global Health Programs is managed by the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs. Drawing on decades of collaborative work with the United States Agency for International Development to share family planning and related global health knowledge around the world, we launched the website in 2017 under the Knowledge for Health (K4Health) Project and, since 2019, continue to manage and update it under the Knowledge SUCCESS project.