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Advocacy and Knowledge Management: Empowering & Building Capacity of the target people

Everyone knows that Knowledge is the main key of success. For an effective organization, it is very much needed to build up knowledge management unit into the organization.  It helps increasing knowledge of its members and employees. By sharing knowledge with one another and with other organizations all employees can run their works smoothly, because earning more knowledge sharp everyone’s brain and merit.

Several types of Advocacy also help the employees to increase their ability to work by improving their satisfactions. We know that, the employees/labors of many industries are poor. So if it is possible to run some advocacy programs and provide knowledge for their capacity building, then the poor people get opportunity to improve their present life style and gradually alleviate their poverty.

 

In other hand, advocacy and knowledge sharing activities are much needed for social and nonprofit organizations for their clients and beneficiaries. Because, we know, getting social advocacy and knowledge everyone especially the poor can improve their life style. Proper advocacy and knowledge help to build their capacity for livelihood development. So, for effective result and touch the real goal and objectives of organization, it should running advocacy and knowledge sharing programs for their members, employees and clients. It could build a separate organ or unit for doing this. By this unit every organization collects and shares their knowledge and doing their advocacy related works with other organizations, academics, policy makers etc.

Here I share one of my presentations about the process of advocacy works and knowledge sharing activities and build up a ‘Social Advocacy and Knowledge Management (SAKM) Unit’.

Please see the attached file.

Presentation of Social Advocacy & Knowledge Management (SAKM) Unit

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Tags: KM, advocacy, building, capacity, development, knowledge, livelihood, sharing

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Comment by Carl Jackson on September 23, 2013 at 9:19am

Thanks for sharing the presentation. The plans for the unit look pretty thorough. I was wondering though where feedback on use of knowledge shared and contribution of knowledge by users factors into the process. Also where is there opportunity for reflection and learning by the unit itself / its stakeholders on how effective it is? Regards, Carl

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