Reda Sadki's blog

I’m an educational innovator with two decades of experience in doing new things in new ways to do more, do better, and reach further – and to do good. On the blog, I share interviews, insights and analysis around humanitarian education, educational technology for development, and other topics.

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A round table for Immunization Agenda 2030: The leap from “bottom-up” consultation to multidimensional dialogue

They connected from health facilities, districts, and national teams all over the world. 4,769 immunization professionals from the largest network of immunization managers in the […]

Accountability in learning

What if you were the key internal resource person with learning expertise? What if you advocated, recommended, and prescribed low-volume, high-cost face-to-face training? What if […]

Against the hegemony of the ‘International Trainer’: Transforming learning to decolonize global health

If it keeps on rainin’, levee’s goin’ to break. When the levee breaks, I’ll have no place to stay. – Led Zeppelin While the International […]

Can the transformation of global health education for impact rely on input-based accreditation?

Burck Smith wrote in 2012 what remains one of the clearest summaries of how accreditation is based primarily on a higher education institution’s inputs rather […]

Two false dichotomies: quality vs. quantity and peer vs. global expertise

The national EPI manager of the Expanded Programme for Immunization (EPI) of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), just addressed the COVID-19 Peer Hub […]

Learning, leadership, and impact in the Digital Age: In dialogue with Karen Watkins

Listen in on the Foundation’s first invitation-only Clubhouse chat. Karen Watkins and I chatted about the Foundation’s unique approach to this triptych of learning, leadership, […]

What does the changing nature of knowledge means for global health?

Charlotte Mbuh and I will be welcoming Julie Jacobson, one of the founders of Bridges to Development, for our 15-minute Global Health Symposium about neglected […]

Imagining a new kind of community of practice

Busy managers may enjoy connecting socially and exchanging informally with their peers. However, they are likely to find it difficult to justify time doing so. […]

What if you build it and they do not come?

We understand the yearning to find a low-cost or no-cost way to spontaneously create a thriving community of practice in which participants engage intensively, volunteer […]

Don’t cancel or postpone your conference, workshop, or training – go digital

How we respond to the threat of a disaster is critical. Organizations planning physical-world events have a choice: You can cancel or postpone your event […]

Pros and cons of online courses

“Please, I need someone to enlighten me on the pros and cons of online courses for active learning and professional development.” There is quite a […]

Ashes to ashes

L&D is dead. In an eerie vacuum devoid of vision, the learning technologists have demoted learning to tool selection. Microlearning reduces the obsession with knowledge […]

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