2020 SKiM Learning Week Agenda
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2020 SKiM Learning Week Agenda.
In the frame of SKiM project, Strengthening Knowledge Management for greater development effectiveness in the Near East, North Africa, Central Asia and Europe, CIHEAM-Bari, in collaboration with ICARDA will organize a one-week training. This virtual training week is a starting point for sharing, using and managing the knowledge, information and experiences created by the partners involved in the project following specific models. In each institution, and in order to continue providing quality service, sharing knowledge and expertise should be occurring continuously among researchers, collaborators and experts. Another important aspect is to make the results of research and innovations known outside the institutions, especially to the companies in order to facilitate their application and to strengthen collaborations between research entities and enterprises. To this end, it is important to share knowledge with new generations to stimulate the development of startups and spinoffs. The trainings will target officers from participating institutions and will be tailored to reflect the knowledge and competence of participants, valorizing research results through application in the enterprise and the generation of new collaborative research activities (enterprise-researchers), stimulating the development of business ideas supporting social equity and better livelihoods. Participants will leave the training module with a clear idea of “what” can be done in their own context to boost knowledge management, communication, research for development and entrepreneurship programs.
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