SKiM Virtual Learning Route: Sharing knowledge management best practices to scale
Valerio Graziano. (2/12/2020). SKiM Virtual Learning Route: Sharing knowledge management best practices to scale. URL: https://dx.doi.org/20.500.11766.1/cba7e3
Learning Routes were introduced as a key knowledge management and learning methodology to the Sudan in the context of the IFAD Country Programme. Learning Routes are a means to exchange knowledge between peers, here usually farmers and rural development practitioners. Sudanese development stakeholders started abroad with Learning Routes on Best Practices in Natural Resource Management, Agricultural Productivity and Women Empowerment. Then insights were modified and successfully applied to the Sudanese project contexts and have significantly contributed towards greater development effectiveness. The Learning Route Methodology has been recognized, replicated, scaled up and institutionalized.
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Author(s)Graziano, Valerio; Lala-Pritchard, Tana; Bonaiuti, Enrico; Ofei, Richard; Rossignoli, Cristiano; Cullhaj, Megi; Proietti, Claudio; Wens, Marthe; Al-Najdawi, Moayad; Salem, Mohammad; Muliro, Jacqueline; Bravo, Patricia; Jani, Sara; Bonechi, Francesco; Holm, Alexandra; Polar, Vivian; Philip Craven Thiele, Graham; Parkes, Elizabeth; Njuguna-Mungai, Esther; Lamberti, ValerioDate: 2018-11-13Type: VideoStatus: Open accessMEL users have developed more institutional awareness, being able to execute their share of planning and reporting duties in real time with their peers on the same platform and in collaboration with them. Users and partners ...
Date: 2019-06-06Type: Internal ReportStatus: Open accessDetailed workplan for the countries: Moldova, Morocco, Sudan. The workplan is presented below in table format to provide an easy overview of the planned activities and the associated costs. The activities are grouped by ...