SnO events

29 April 2015

Interview & exchange with Monique Sternin on "Positive Deviance"

Monique and her husband Jerry developed the Positive Deviance approach over the last two decades. In addition to using the PD approach to fight childhood malnutrition in the developing world, Monique has promoted the use of the PD approach in various sectors, such as advocacy against female genital mutilation (FGM) in Egypt, condom usage for commercial sex workers in Myanmar, and maternal & newborn care in Pakistan. Monique’s passion for the PD approach stems from its successful impact in improving lives of thousands of women and children throughout the world and providing a powerful tool for communities to solve seemingly intractable problems.

Discovering & encouraging exceptional behaviours through “Positive Deviance”
an interview & exchange with Monique Sternin,
Wednesday 29th April 2015, from 5 to 7 pm

Information and registration HERE

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