Leading change with women and girls during COVID-19 in Uganda
Zaharah Namanda is a community worker and leader, with a focus on education with and for women and girls. In a Kansas State University blog post, she reflects on organizational and community adaptations to leadership in the time of COVID-19.
She says, “It is time to value digital productivity, value partnership beyond results in a state of emergency and time to have critical contingency plans to support employees. Those who find a common solution to this will progress and yield results or will find weaknesses that they will learn from.”
Read the full post on Kansas State University’s “The Loop” blog.