Archive: Knowledge Management for Health and Development Toolkit
Knowledge Management for Health and Development Toolkit
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Knowledge management (KM) is an umbrella term encompassing the many unique but related facets of creating, organizing, sharing, and using information and experiences. This toolkit was created to provide practical KM resources and tools for those working in international public health and development. Most materials come from health and development organizations or are applicable to the field and can be easily adapted. This toolkit features a series of case studies highlighting KM activities within health and development projects. The Knowledge Management for Health and Development Toolkit builds on the knowledge sharing of the Global Health Knowledge Collaborative (GHKC), which began in 2010 (originally called the Knowledge Management Working Group) as a collaborative forum for sharing and synthesizing knowledge. The GHKC has just joined forces with KM4Dev.
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