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Hereby some of the messages exchanged until now. Follow the rest on: KM4Dev
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On February 22nd, 2012, CTA organised a Briefing on “New challenges and opportunities for pastoralism in ACP countries”, with the African Union Commission, the European Commission (DG DEVCO) the ACP Secretariat, Concord and various media partners.
This Briefing provided an overview of the main challenges that affect pastoralists in ACP countries and opportunities for policy frameworks and…Continue
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On the 15th of June 2011, CTA organised a Briefing on ‘Nutrition security in ACP countries’ in cooperation with International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), , the European Commission (DG DEVCO), the, Concord, the ACP Secretariat and various media.
This Briefing discussed key challenges in…Continue
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Earlier this year, with support from the KM4Dev Innovation Fund, we circulated a survey on The use of indicators for the monitoring and evaluation of knowledge management and knowledge brokering in international development (see project proposal
Thank you to all those who took the time to respond…Continue
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This Briefing discussed the complex and dynamic relationship between water resources and agriculture in ACP countries, especially in the context of climate change and…Continue
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Please find a link to the report for the workshop “The use of Indicators for the Monitoring and Evaluation of Knowledge Management and Knowledge Brokering in International Development” held at IDS on the 8th March. …Continue
We are delighted to share with you Momentum for Change: Using Community Radio to Fight…Continue
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On 4th April, 2012, CTA organised a Briefing on “ACP Small island economies: from vulnerabilities to opportunities” together with the European Commission (DG DEVCO), the ACP Secretariat, Concord and other media partners.
On the Brussels briefings website (brusselsbriefings.net) you might find video documentation of all the speeches that were given at the conference, as well as the presentations of the speakers, the programme of the event, photos, highlights, and the…Continue
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On the Brussels briefings website (brusselsbriefings.net) you might find video documentation of all the speeches that were given at the conference, as well as the…Continue
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(You can subscribe to the mailing list - where most exchange on KM4Dev is taking place - by sending a blank email to: email@example.com)
The thread is about "Beyond sharing: how can we encourage collaboration among network members?"
And here's the latest answer as an example - from Nadia Von Holzen (SDC):
Added by Ewen Le Borgne on April 3, 2013 at 7:29am — No Comments
By Blair Glencorse and Narayan Adhikari. The Right to Information (RTI) or Freedom of Information (FoI) movement has made huge strides since the first FoI law was enacted in Sweden in 1766. Freedom of Information was included (as Article 19) in the …Continue
Added by Blair Glencorse on April 3, 2013 at 1:34am — No Comments
From July 29-31,the KM4Dev annual event will be inviting you to take stock on Knowledge Management for…Continue
How is it going KM4Devers! Our “African Community Week” event is turning more and more interesting every day. Members are showing interest to participate in the pre week buddying and the main online event. Be part of this wonderful experience if you are a member in one of these KM4Dev networks [KM4Dev for Africa, KM4Dev Burkina Faso, KM4Dev Dakar, KM4Dev Nairobi,KM4Dev Ethiopia/Addis Ababa,Knowledge Management Nigeria, SA-GE Burkina, SA-GE KM4Dev Francophone.] Find more information on the…Continue
Added by Elias Damtew Assefa on March 18, 2013 at 9:59am — No Comments
to conduct Qualitative study comparing the effects and outcomes of HIV-related interventions for migrants along a continuum of service delivery points – at source (Achham and Kanchanpur in Nepal), transit (Mahendranagar, Nepal and Banbasa, India) and destination (Mumbai and Delhi in India) ToR%20-%20Comparative%20Study.pdf…Continue
Added by Roshani Nepali on March 14, 2013 at 1:03pm — No Comments
Effective knowledge sharing is much more difficult than you might think. The basic process involves the distribution of knowledge throughout a corporate entity. In order to be effective, this sharing of knowledge must be rapid and it must be thorough, reaching every relevant stratum of a business. Accomplishing this takes more than simply sending out emails to everyone. As the impact of shared knowledge becomes more evident, businesses like mine are looking for ways to apply new strategies…Continue
Added by Rose Martin on March 11, 2013 at 4:05am — No Comments
How is it going KM4Devers!
Our “African Community Week” event is turning more and more interesting every day.
Members are showing interest to participate in the pre week buddying and the main online event. Be part of this wonderful experience if you are a member in one of these KM4Dev networks [KM4Dev for Africa, KM4Dev Burkina…Continue
Added by Elias Damtew Assefa on March 6, 2013 at 7:52am — No Comments
I am working on a Masters Degree thesis. I am interested in books or journal articles where recent knowledge management literature has been analysed/grouped/classified. Questions that come to mind are (1) what VARIABLES were used to classify literary works? What methodology was used to identify the articles (3) Are there any visible categories knowledge management literature. (4) Is there a blue print/tool that can be used to study several KM articles, understand them and then…Continue
Added by Noel Zhakata on March 1, 2013 at 3:30am — No Comments
This is my first post. I would like to say hello to everyone. I am thrilled to be part of this forum and contribute to your requests or discussions.
I would like to share with you my last blog post on the need to share openly vs. restrictively. You can read up on my thoughts here:…