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This case was submitted as part of the KM Impact Challenge in 2011.
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The primary objective of this KM implementation plan is to define an approach to enable consistent integration of knowledge management activities across the life of the project. The plan builds on recommendations identified in the KM assessment conducted at the onset of the project to better understand the preferences and needs of the project key audiences.
Community Contribution
The primary objective of this KM assessment is to identify the most effective ways to reach key audiences of food security enabling environment topics and foster the exchange of information and knowledge to inform the design of a KM implementation plan for the project.
Community Contribution
In international nongovernmental organizations such as Pathfinder International, staff often lack quick and easy access to the expertise of their colleagues due to demands on time, competing priorities, and lack of systems to capture this knowledge. To address this issue, Pathfinder created a collection of high-quality...
Community Contribution
"How to Hold a Successful Share Fair" is a reference tool for anyone who works in public health or international development and wants to bring together a group of people to discuss ideas, address challenges, and share best practices. The simple handbook guides users through the ins and outs of holding a share fair and includes customizable planning tools and concrete examples.
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CapacityPlus is a USAID global project, led by IntraHealth International, with the goal of strengthening human resources for health (HRH) in low- and middle-income countries. The project uses the Integrated Human Resource Information System (iHRIS) to help countries capture information on their health workforces and...
Community Contribution
This guidance brief provides information on requirements for webinar production, how-tos, lessons learned, and resources.
USAID Contribution
Twitter is a form of online communication known as micro-blogging, which allows users to engage and interact with a diverse audience through short messages. Posts on Twitter are known as tweets and are restricted to 140 characters or less. In addition to posting tweets, users can also follow and view updates from others, post public replies, or send private direct messages. Through Twitter, development practitioners can build an online presence and increase the visibility of their work, build relationships, foster dialogue and utilize additional channels for knowledge sharing. This guidance document offers an overview of Twitter language, processes and uses along with examples and resources.
USAID Contribution
This newsletter provides information on various Program and Policy Developments in Uganda.
USAID Contribution
This case was submitted as part of the KM Impact Challenge in 2011.
Community Contribution

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