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Knowledge Management for Development Journal

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Updated: 3 January 2016

The December 2015 issue (11.2) of the Knowledge Management for Development Journal is now online.

This website covers the content of the KM4D Journal for the period 2005-2009, and from 2013 onwards. During the 2009-2012 period, this journal was published by Taylor & Francis (T&F) at:

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Editor-in-Chief, Sarah Cummings

Senior Editors, Ivan Kulis, Lucie Lamoureux, Ewen Le Borgne, Jean Mège and Denise Senmartin

ISSN: 1871-6342 (Online) and 1947-4199 (Print, when available),

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Vol 11, No 2 (2015)

Table of Contents


Knowledge in the Sustainable Development Goals and an introduction to this issue PDF
Sarah Cummings 1-4


ICTs in knowledge management: the case of the Agropedia platform for Indian agriculture Abstract PDF
Kiran Yadav, Rasheed Sulaiman V, N.T. Yaduraju, Venkatraman Balaji, T.V. Prabhakar 5-22
Engagement and accountability in transdisciplinary space in Mongolia: principles for facilitating a reflective adaptive process in complex teams Abstract PDF
Arren Mendezona Allegretti, Jessica Thompson, Melinda Laituri 23-43
Data sharing and use of ICTs in agriculture: working with small farmer groups in Colombia Abstract PDF
Fanny Cecile Howland, Luis Armando Muñoz, Simone Staiger, James Cock, Sophie Alvarez 44-63
Mainstreaming as a knowledge process: new lessons from mainstreaming gender, disability and sexual diversity Abstract PDF
Saskia C. van Veen, Petra Staal, Rob van Poelje 64-82

Case studies

Weaknesses in monitoring practices in relation to performance and accountability principles: promoting joint monitoring could be a solution in developing countries Abstract PDF
François-Xavier de Perthuis de Laillevault 83-97

Community Notes

Agenda Knowledge for Development Conference, Fall 2016 in Vienna, Austria Abstract PDF
Andreas Brandner, Nicolas Maximilian Oster 97-100
Can participatory communication be taught? Finding your inner phronēsis. Abstract PDF
Ricardo Ramirez, Wendy Quarry, Frederick Guerin 101-111

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