In 1989, these international Fellowship programs in Health and Food Systems were consolidated and brought inside the Foundation for operation. This move was made "to more effectively tie together the varied types and subject interests of the Fellowships, link Fellowships with WKKF-assisted programs and projects, and assure that Fellowships and grantmaking develop together." KILP was launched in 1989 when 61 Fellows were selected to participate in KILP I. The overall mission of the program was to "assist key individuals to enhance their vision and develop skills so that they and their organizations and communities may benefit." To achieve this goal, Fellows participated in International Regional Seminars, designed and implemented "people development plans," engaged in cross-regional and small group activities, and received mentoring from Program Directors/Advisors. A complete description of the program and its impact may be found in the "Evaluation of the Kellogg International Leadership Program, Volume 1: Final Report" prepared by Boston University's Center for Educational Development in Health (May 1, 1994). The recognition that global forces are increasingly shaping the context of life in communities all over the world, and that effective leaders need to know how to respond to these forces, helped shape the design and implementation of KILP II. KILP II had four objectives: Assist key individuals to increase their base of knowledge, develop skills, and enhance their vision so that they and their organizations can help build equitable, prosperous, and sustainable communities; Network leaders in the Foundation's programming sectors and geographic regions to share each other's experiences and to learn from the international and cultural diversity of approaches to solving human service issues, thus adding value to the Foundation's programs; Provide an ongoing process for leadership development that promotes and supports multidisciplinary, community-based strategies for sustainable and continuing growth; and Enhance the Foundation's grantmaking through interaction of program staff with Fellows and their communities and cultures, encouraging cross-regional/cross-goal grantmaking and the dissemination of innovative approaches.