September 2014 issue now online: KM4D in Africa
We are happy to announce the publication of the September 2014 Special Issue of the journal in English and French. It comprises Volume 10, No. 2.
We are grateful for the collaboration during the process of all authors, guest editors, and peer reviewers for making it possible and for trusting their ideas, experiences and propositions to the Journal.
We hope you enjoy this open access issue covering KM4Dev experiences in Africa, with 12 articles, some in French and some in English.
On behalf of the Guest Editors for this issue, Charles Dhewa, Kingo Mchombu, Jean Mège and Gwen Wilkins
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ISSN: 1871-6342 (Online) and 1947-4199 (Print, when available),
Vol 10, No 3 (2014)
Table of Contents
|Blocked learning in development aid? Reporting success rather than failure in Andhra Pradesh, India||Abstract PDF|
|Moeko Saito-Jensen, Maya Pasgaard||4-20|
|Learning 3.0: collaborating for impact in large development organizations||Abstract PDF|
|Nancy White, Rachel Cardone, Aldo de Moor||21-37|
|Collaborative learning for fostering change in complex social-ecological systems: a transdisciplinary perspective on food and farming systems||Abstract PDF|
|Maria J. Restrepo, Margareta A. Lelea, Anja Christinck, Christian Hülsebusch, Brigitte A. Kaufmann||38-59|
|Changing institutional culture: participatory monitoring and evaluation in transdisciplinary research for agricultural development in Vietnam||Abstract PDF|
|Oleg Nicetic, Elske van de Fliert||60-68|
|Knowledge assets of higher education institutions in Uganda: proposing a framework for assessing human, structural and relational knowledge assests||Abstract PDF|
|Walter Omona, Theo van der Wiede||69-87|
|Systematisation: learning from experiences of community-based adaptation projects in India||Abstract PDF|
|Somya Bhatt, Shalini Kala, Anna Kalisch||88-100|
|Navigating complexity: adaptive management and organizational learning in a development project in Northern Uganda||Abstract PDF|
|Amir Allana, Timothy Sparkman||101-112|
|Knowledge for Development: findings of a stakeholder consultation facilitated by the German Development Institute||Abstract PDF|
|John Akude, Philipp Grunewald||113-130|
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