Welcome Cohort Four! Amref Health Africa, Malat Habtewold
The Hilton Prize Coalition Fellows Program seeks to develop a robust pipeline of leaders who possess not only subject matter skills and expertise, but also the soft leadership skills needed to succeed in the workplace, and who understand and value the importance of collaboration for humanitarian and development organizations to increase effectiveness throughout the sector.
This summer the Coalition ushers in the next cohort of Fellows. Malat Habtewold is one such Fellow joining Coalition member Amref Health Africa, an organization that strengthens health systems and trains African health workers to respond to the continent’s most critical health challenges.
Read on to meet Malat and learn how she will plug into Amref Health Africa in order to grow as a future humanitarian leader over the course of her fellowship.
WHAT WILL YOUR ROLE BE AT AMREF HEALTH AFRICA?
Knowledge Management Officer
As a Hilton Prize Coalition Fellow, Malat Habtewold is supporting Amref Ethiopia with knowledge management and M&E in addition to supporting the development of programs and project profiles.
Specifically over the course of Malat’s six month fellowship, she will review existing knowledge storing platforms and determine specific needs for Amref Ethiopia’s knowledge management then adapt or design one platform for knowledge management to be accessible by all staff, providing a toolkit and necessary training for staff.
WHAT ABOUT AMREF HEALTH AFRICA’S MISSION APPEALS TO YOU?
Malat is excited to help build lasting health changes particularly for women and children.
YOU ARE A PART OF THE NEXT GENERATION OF HUMANITARIAN LEADERS. HOW DO YOU PLAN TO LEAVE A MARK AT Amref Health Africa?
Malat plans to develop a Knowledgment Management platform to be accessible to all Amref Health Africa staff in Ethiopia.
About the Hilton Prize Coalition
The Hilton Prize Coalition is an independent alliance of the winners of the Conrad N. Hilton Humanitarian Prize, working together to achieve collective impact. Through three signature programs—the Fellows Program, the Collaborative Models Program and the Storytelling Program—the Coalition leverages the resources, talents and expertise of each of its members to innovate and establish best practices that can be shared with the global NGO and donor communities. Working in more than 170 countries, the Coalition is governed by a board comprised of the leaders of the Prize-winning organizations led by an Executive Committee and a Secretariat, Global Impact.
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