Strong and effective FDCs require equally strong and effective governance structures and leadership. The decision to work together on behalf of families has to come from the top officials who give priority to this work. If leaders are no not committed, little will be sustained. This presentation will explore the successful infrastructures necessary to bust barriers reported at the frontlines, ensure vital information flow to policy makers, and provide the effective resources to productively serve families in your FDC. This presentation will also highlight three key attributes to effective leadership in FDCs.
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Length: 38 minutes