LSCW Alumni Network

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LSCW alumni network

Over the past three decades, the Leadership in Strategic Communication Workshop - South Asia has brought together project leaders, global health and development program managers, communications experts and academicians from different parts of the world under one roof. In the past, the LSCW-South Asia has had participants from Kenya, Uganda, Sri Lanka, Afghanistan, Bhutan, Nepal, Indonesia, Ethiopia, Nigeria, United States, India, Myanmar, Philippines, Qatar and many other countries. The vast and rich alumni network has served as a platform for the alumni to stay connected with and learn from one another and from the knowledgeable LSCW-South Asia trainers.

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A great opportunity for shared learning and experience sharing with a cohort of communication professionals from across 7 countries. It was an enriching experience. Course structure is comprehensive and facilitators are exceptional. I have much better understanding of the SBCC approaches now!

Sinduja Khajuria
Communications consultant, WHO India

The CCP-CCC-I LSCW was an invigorating/rejuvenating and transformative experience. It was the perfect culmination of theory, knowledge sharing and practical application, compelling each of us to relook at our work with a new and refined lens. For all development sector professionals, this is definitely one for your bucket list!

Nipa Bhansali
Head Communications, Leher, India

After working for several years in the field, at some point, we need to refresh our knowledge and skills in order to develop better programs. And that is why LSC workshop is needed. LSC workshop provides fresh perspectives on leadership and strategic communication. It has a balanced proportion of theory and practice. Through participatory method of learning in class,one of the best workshops I have ever attended participants will not only gain new perspectives and knowledge but also be able to share their personal experiences to enrich the learning process. It has been one of the best workshops I have ever attended

Anung Amita
Community Development Coordinator, CCP, Indonesia

The LSC really transformed my way of thinking towards designing Social and Behaviour Change programs. The P-Process is the game changer and with that you can never go wrong. Many a times practitioners are more concerned with the question “where do we want to go”but neglect the other important ones like where are we, how do we get there and how will we measure success. With the P-Process all these become integral component for effectiveness

Muchimwe Melody
Head – Nutrition, World Food Program, Myanmar