KM4Dev meeting Cali Colombia May 27&28 Give input on meeting concept through a survey

“All knowledge is connected to all other knowledge. The fun is in
making the connections” Arthur Aufderheide, University of Minnesota.

By bringing together Knowledge Management professionals over two days
from 27- 29 May, 2010 at the International Center for Tropical
Agriculture (CIAT) in Cali, Colombia, and in connection with
the CGIAR-FAO Share Fair (same location, 25-27 May, 2010) the KM4Dev
community will contribute to develop a strong KM4Dev movement in Latin
America and Caribbean (LAC). Specifically we hope to:

• Identify, initiate, and foster collaborative relations and
professional friendship among people who work with knowledge management
for development in Latin America.
• Offer a space for collective learning and knowledge sharing among the participants (learning labs)
• Contribute to the creation/strengthening of a core group in the Spanish speaking community in KM4Dev.

This is an invitation to all members of this community to participate,
and promote the event among your colleagues and networks. It is also an
invitation to organizations who work in LAC to provide funding. Please
read the concept note of our initiative here:

Please express you interest, make suggestions and contribute to this exciting event by taking a survey at by March, 22.

Contact: Any member of the organizing committee:

Simone Staiger, (CIAT, Colombia ) s.staiger[at]
Ana Maria Ponce, (Consultant, Peru) ponceanamaria80[at]
Camilo Villa (consultant, Netherlands) k[at]
Bertha Camacho (SKAT Foundation, Switzerland) bertha.camacho[at]
Caridad Machin Camacho (IRC, Netherlands) Camacho[at]
John Smith (LearningAlliances, Oregon USA) john.smith[at]
Kemly Camacho (Sula Batsu, Costa Rica) kemly[at]
Margarita Salas (Sula Batsu, Costa Rica) margarita[at]
Patrick Lambe, (Straits Knowledge, Singapore) plambe[at]
Musuq Briceño (Mountain Forum Global Node & CONDESAN, Perú) musuq.briceno[at]
Sebastiao Mendonça Ferreira (CoLab MIT, Boston USA), sebastiaomf[at]

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