HIPNet Meeting March 12, 2014

Dear colleagues, 

Please save the date of March 12, 2014 for the next HIPNet meeting hosted by Jhpeigo 

The meeting will review Jhpeigo's experiences using new media and a reintroduction to the new K4Health project. 

As always, please bring material with you to share with the group. 

Date:    March 12, 2014

Time:    Networking lunch 12PM – 1PM; Meeting 1PM – 4PM

URC at ICFP 2013

Megan Ivankovich of URC’s small business protégé, WI-HER, will represent URC at the 2013 International Conference on Family Planning. On Thursday, November 14th, Megan will present the poster “Factors behind women’s use and non-use of contraceptive methods in one rural village in Guatemala” on behalf of the USAID Nutri-Salud (community nutrition and health) project and lead the lunchtime roundtable “Addressing provider bias to family planning - Are we there yet?” Join the sessions and connect!

Love Your Data: Resources for learning & loving data visualization

This handout is from the presentation by from Amanda Buenz Makulec, Monitoring & Evaluation Associate at John Snow Inc. and Libby Skolnik, Measurement, Learning & Evaluation (MLE) Project and KM Project Manager, KM Unit, JHU∙CCP - "The Wide World of Data Visualization" at the July 17, 2013 HIPNet meeting hosted by JSI. Other information is below.

Links from our Prezi—The Wide World of Data Visualization:

Recording of HIPNet Meeting, July 17, 2013

This recording of the July 17, 2013 HIPNet meeting includes presentations by: Chris Thomas, Public Affairs Officer, USAID -  "Storytelling @USAIDGH with Global Health Month+ More" as well as Amanda Buenz Makulec, Monitoring & Evaluation Associate at John Snow Inc. and Libby Skolnik, Measurement, Learning & Evaluation (MLE) Project and KM Project Manager, KM Unit, JHU∙CCP - "The Wide World of Data Visualization." https://universityofnc.adobeconnect.com/p3jat8iqo22/

Storytelling @USAIDGH with Global Health Month+ More

Chris Thomas, Public Affairs Officer, USAID, responsible for the Global Health+ campaign, gave this presentation "Storytelling @USAIDGH with Global Health Month+ More" at the July 17, 2013 HIPNet meeting hosted by JSI in Rosslyn. His presentation includes General Communication, the Health Legacy Project, @USAID Storefront, Social Media and Communication, the Child Survival Call to Action, Global Health Month+, and Upcoming Priority Events.

Meeting minutes, July 17, 2013

At the July HIPNet meeting, Chris Thomas, Public Affairs Officer, USAID Global Health Bureau, presented Storytelling @USAIDGH with Global Health Month+ More. In addition, Amanda Makulec, M&E Associate, John Snow Inc., and Libby Skolnik, KM Project Manager, KM Unit, JHU∙CCP and Measurement, Learning & Evaluation (MLE) project, presented The Wide World of Data Visualization and provided a handout, Love Your Data.

Meeting Notes from September 2012 HIPNet Meeting Available

Leah Wyatt

UNC | MEASURE Evaluation | KM Specialist

September's meeting materials are available! They are all listed individually under Resources, or you can click straight to them below:

Meeting notes

Meeting Notes, September 2012

Highlights:

  • USAID’s Kelley Ramundo and Rudy Garib presented “It’s Our Story, Now Tell It Well: How to Write for FrontLines, Impact Blog, and other USAID Publications.”
  • Laura Raney gave HIPNet updates and news
  • Sherry Hutchinson, Population Council, presented “Preparing for Large Conferences.” 

June Meeting Materials

Laura Raney

FHI 360 | Senior Technical Officer

June's meeting materials are up! They are all listed individually under Resources, or you can click straight to them below:

Meeting notes

Presentations: So You Think You Want to Create a Movie

USAID Website Modernization Project

USAID 5th Birthday campaign and social media sharing strategies

Handouts: | Video Project Planning Sheet | Sample Video Contract

Are you a HIPNet Tweeter?

Laura Raney

FHI 360 | Senior Technical Officer

Leah Gordon (@simpleelovelee) tweets--do you? We're interested in seeing the Venn diagram of HIPNet collaborators and Twitter users. We're also looking into aggregating various Twitter feeds of interest to HIPNet users.

Do you follow @HIP_Net on Twitter? What do you follow? What feeds would provide a rich source for HIPNet inspiration and practical tips? Contact lraney@fhi360.org with your Twitter hints!

 

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