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Alex Counts commented on Ann Hendrix-Jenkins's blog post 'Committed development workers: you are not alone'
"I strongly endorse your points.  The way I think about it is to contrast efforts to implement "projects" (usually in a top-down way) from those to build/support locally owned and controlled institutions.  But I think we are…"
Dec 8, 2020
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Committed development workers: you are not alone

Dear KM4Dev community,People are asking, after this chaotic time, what can and should change? Well, many who are deeply committed to the potential of international development see new possibilities for a better field. How can we make them real? Here's my statement from my recent participation in the KM4Dev cafe entitled Uncomfortable Truths in Development. ---Thank you for the introduction and event, and the KM4Dev community that has been a wonderful constant in my career.I have to say, it's…See More
Dec 2, 2020
Ann Hendrix-Jenkins is now a member of Knowledge Management for Development
Dec 1, 2020

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Ann
Occupation/Title
Capacity Development and Knowledge Management Specialist
Organization
Movement for Community-led Development
Organization Type
Individual/Consultant
Organization URL
http://mcld.org
Areas of KM Expertise
Organisational Learning, Online Facilitation, Social Web/Web 2.0, Social Network Analysis, Participatory Decision-Making, Communities of Practice, Knowledge Capture, Knowledge Mapping, Narrative & Storytelling, Workshop Facilitation, KM Strategies, Thematic/Knowledge Networks, Other
Email ID
annhjenkins@gmail.com
Skype ID
annhjenkins
Other Interests
Movement building, Collective Impact
Languages Spoken
English

Ann Hendrix-Jenkins's Blog

Committed development workers: you are not alone

Dear KM4Dev community,

People are asking, after this chaotic time, what can and should change? Well, many who are deeply committed to the potential of international development see new possibilities for a better field. How can we make them real? Here's my statement from my recent participation in the KM4Dev cafe entitled Uncomfortable Truths in Development. 

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Thank you for the introduction and event, and the KM4Dev community…

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Posted on December 2, 2020 at 9:42am — 1 Comment

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