Knowledge Management Nigeria

This group has been created to provide a platform for people interested in Nigeria to learn, share information, experiences, lessons and best practices. Although our focus is development, we are equally interested in other areas linked to strengthening/reforming systems to improve services provided, especially to the poor and vulnerable.

Everyone is welcome!

Location: Nigeria
Members: 19
Latest Activity: Dec 14, 2020


Knowledge Sharing 7 Replies

Hello everyone,may you kindly share what you think can be done on how to change the mindsets of people and how to convert the culture from believing that "knowledge is power" to believing that…Continue

Started by Tsholofelo Mosetlhane. Last reply by Madalitso Kasinje Oct 5, 2015.


Hello everyone...I am a student at the university of Botswana interested in KM, Can you help me understand who is qualified to manage knowledge, and as an upcoming librarian will i be eligible?

Started by Amogelang Joshua Oct 2, 2015.

Our event getting momentum!

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…Continue

Started by Elias Damtew Assefa Mar 5, 2013.

Come participate in the week of the African community KM4Dev 25-29 March 2013 - and the day special meeting of March 28, 2013!

Dear members KM4Dev (And Nigeria) from or working in Africa,We are pleased to announce that our group, KM4Dev Ethiopia/Addis Ababa, has been awarded the “KM4Dev Innovation Fund 2012” for a proposal…Continue

Started by Metadel Lemma Feb 22, 2013.

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Comment by Juliana Ohumaegholem Abude on April 26, 2012 at 12:25pm

This can be contested, but i think that the concept of KM in Nigeria, even in development is still relatively new. Organizations are still grappling with what it should mean for them, interface with M&E and Communications, where one ends and the other begins.

The biggest challenge I am faced with right now, is facilitating replication of "best practices"

Comment by Ufon Udofia on April 26, 2012 at 12:02pm
Julie, why exactly did you set up this group?
Comment by Okey Noke on April 12, 2012 at 10:29pm

Whats the latest when it comes to KM in Nigerian development issues?  Pretty broad question but I want to get some dialogue going.


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