Vol 2, No 2 (2006)

Capacity building for networking

Table of Contents

Editorial

Capacity building for networking. Details PDF
Urs Karl Egger, Georg Buchholz, Marc Steinlin, Lucie Lamoureux 1-3

Papers

Building farmers’ capacities for networking (Part I): Strengthening rural groups in Colombia through network analysis. Abstract PDF
Boru Douthwaite, Andrea Carvajal, Sophie Alvarez, Elías Claros, Luis Alfredo Hernández 4-18
Building farmers’ capacities for networking (Part II): Strengthening agricultural supply chains in Bolivia using network analysis. Abstract PDF
Louise Clark 19-32
Uniting through networks: The art of fostering ICT for development (ICT4D) networks. Abstract PDF
Joitske Hulsebosch, Bénédicte Marcilly, Loeki Schaeffers 33-47
Organisational challenges facing civil society networks in Malawi. Abstract PDF
Rick James, Chiku Malunga 48-63

Case studies

Redesenvolvimento: training and empowering networks for development. Abstract PDF
Andres Falconer, Dalberto Adulis 64-71
Harambee: Reinforcing African voices through collaborative processes and technologies. Abstract PDF
Riff Fullan, Allison Hewlitt, Jacqueline Nnam 72-83
Partner-driven agricultural research-for-development networks in West Africa: the case of ROCARIZ. Abstract PDF
Lawrence Narteh, Mark Winslow, Ousmane Youm, Shellemiah O. Keya 84-90

Dialogues

Dreams and realities… Capacity building for networking in the water, sanitation and hygiene sector. Abstract PDF
Ndala Duma, Peter J. Bury 91-97

Stories

A magic lantern for the grassroots. Abstract PDF
Jhumpa Ghosh, T.K. Omana 98-102

Community Notes

Developing capacity for the use of knowledge sharing approaches and techniques. Abstract PDF
Lucie Lamoureux 103-108

Reviews

Book Review: ‘Trust in knowledge management systems in organizations.’ Abstract PDF
Georg Buchholz, Sagita Arhidani 109-111

Letters to the Editors

‘Understanding the role of culture in knowledge sharing: making the invisible visible.’ Abstract PDF
Helen Gould 112-115





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