Hereby some of the messages exchanged until now. Follow the rest on: KM4Dev
Added by Ewen Le Borgne on May 6, 2013 at 7:16am — No Comments
After six wonderful years of engagement with KM4Dev, I decided to pay a tribute to it and to explain what it gives me and what I give back to it.
Perhaps some inspiration for you too?
Added by Ewen Le Borgne on September 27, 2012 at 2:37am — No Comments
Recently in Bangladesh, some agricultural farmers showed their agitation against the government by through tons of paddy in the main road of capital city. The cause of their grief was that, they couldn’t make profit by selling paddy due to the high production costs and also excess production of paddy in this year. In…Continue
Added by Suman Chowdhury Mony on July 19, 2012 at 6:20am — No Comments
Bangladesh Internet Governance Forum [Headed by Chairman, Parliamentary Standing Committee for Ministry of Post and Telecommunication] is an emerging OPEN multi-stakeholder inclusive effort to illuminate issues and cultivate constructive discussion about the internet in conjunction with the UN Internet Governance Forum (UN IGF).
It provides a domestic independent forum in the Bangladesh to…
Added by AHM Bazlur Rahman on May 7, 2012 at 10:00am — No Comments
In April 2010, IFAD and FAO launched a joint programme to provide people working on poverty reduction projects, with the skills and tools required to gather and share knowledge gleaned from their projects. Different workshops in knowledge sharing techniques, writing effectively for different audiences, and systematisation were held in 2011.
The last workshop was a "training of trainers" session, which specifically aimed to upscale the whole process. Participants of…Continue
Added by Denise Melvin on March 24, 2012 at 3:02am — No Comments
It’s amazing how the process of answering simple questions can help you uncover so much complexity. It’s rather like a child lifting a large stone to reveal all kinds of creep crawly things that they never knew existed. Unfortunately, when developing a Theory of Change (ToC) we don’t have the choice, like children, to leave those things alone we don’t like the look of. Developing a ToC gives us the opportunity to address problems, complexity, and opportunities that exist…Continue
Added by Andrew Clappison on February 21, 2012 at 8:52am — No Comments
The original list was brainstormed on the KM4Dev mailing list and compiled (now fully available) on Gauri Salokhe's blog: http://gaurisalokhe.blogspot.com/2011/12/best-knowledge-management-book-for.html
(From Gauri's blog)
Recently, @jschunter asked a question on the …Continue
International Fund for Agricultural Development, India Country Office had organized workshop on Integration of Gender, Knowledge Management, and Monitoring and Evaluation for enhanced project performance under LEWI Grant on November, 1-4, 2011 at New Delhi. The main objective of the workshop was to enhance project performance and integrate thematic areas i.e. Gender, Knowledge Management with a robust Project Monitoring and evaluation system.
More Details can be obtained from…Continue
We recently migrated our corporate e-mail-based networks to a web 2.0 platform for social networking and knowledge sharing. Many of our networks have been internal for staff only. However, we want to open up our collaboration and knowledge sharing spaces to our external clients and partners. Do you know of any good practices? I am mainly interested in: corporate policy in hosting external communities/networks; policy on subscription; the levels of openness; rules of engagement (code);…Continue
Added by Jayne Musumba on August 10, 2011 at 10:26am — No Comments
We have developed the following list of resources for those researchers and organisations looking to develop a ‘theory of change’ for their work. As we recently announced on R2A all new DFID-funded Research Programme Consortia are required to develop a theory during their inception phase. We will add to this list overtime as we become aware of other resources. If you think we have missed something that would be useful to others please let us know.
Africa is perhaps the most culturally imaginative and creative region in the world. It is extremely diversified, rich in talents and ingenuity with unlimited
resources and potential. It has colonized the planet and it enriches humanity
through inimitable arts. Yet, one African out of two lives in dismal human conditions.
And despite spectacular progress here and there, it also remains profoundly…
Added by Jacques L. Hamel on June 29, 2010 at 2:46am — No Comments