Vol 2, No 1 (2006)

Effective knowledge sharing for development in Africa.

Table of Contents

Editorial

Effective knowledge sharing for development in Africa Details PDF
Dina El Halaby, Reine Djuidje Kouam, Kingo Mchombu, Alice Mungwa, Julie Ferguson, Sarah Cummings 5-7

Papers

Overcoming barriers: promoting women’s local knowledge Abstract PDF
Friederike Knabe, Jacqueline Nkoyok 8-23
The power of peer reviews in building a learning network for local government in South Africa. Abstract PDF
Zenobia Africa, Martin Nicol 24-36
Partager les connaissances avec les populations pour un développement durable en société post-conflit: regard sur le processus électoral au Congo/Kinshasa. Abstract PDF
Jacques Tshibwabwa Kuditshini 37-51
Impediments and innovations in knowledge sharing: the case of the African shea sector. Abstract PDF
Marlène Elias, Jules Bayala, Mahamadi Dianda 52-67
Towards improving farmers’ livelihoods through exchange of local agricultural content in rural Uganda. Abstract PDF
Ednah Karamagi Akiiki 68-77

Case studies

Challenges faced by African organizations in knowledge sharing: the case of the African Population and Health Research Centre. Abstract PDF
Rose Oronje 78-87
Study tours as a knowledge sharing mechanism and a networking opportunity in the development sector. The example of a Local Economic Development study tour in South Africa. Abstract PDF
Sabine Hage 88-92
Effective knowledge sharing: the Tanzanian Industrial Research and Development Organization as mediator between the foreign and local sector. Abstract PDF
Astrid Szogs, Lugano Wilson 93-104
Knowledge management and natural resources in Africa: perspectives from two networks. Abstract PDF
Anna van der Heijden, Tony Pryor, Lars Soeftestad 105-118

Interviews

An interview with Kingo Mchombu. Knowledge sharing in Africa: the key to poverty alleviation? Abstract PDF
Dina El Hababy 119-127

Community Notes

Academia and development. Abstract PDF
Chris Burman 134-141

Reviews

Review of ‘The World Café. Shaping our futures through conversations that matter.’ Abstract PDF
Sibrenne Wagenaar 128-133

Announcements

Forthcoming issue of the KM4D Journal: Capacity building for networking. Abstract PDF
Urs Karl Egger, Georg Buchholz, Marc Steinlin, Lucie Lamoureux 142-144





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