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Knowledge Translation Best Practices


This white paper is a collaborative effort of USAID's Biodiversity Division and its implementing partners. The goal is to compile and share experiences and best practices related to knowledge translation in USAID programming and to support USAID staff, technical assistance providers, and implementing partners in applying these best practices to biodiversity activities.

Knowledge translation is the distillation and sharing of knowledge so it is relevant to other practitioners as users. The inspiration and basis for this paper is a desk review of knowledge translation produced by Linda Keuntje of USAID’s Targeting Natural Resource Corruption activity in response to one of the activity’s learning questions: What factors commonly enable or limit changes to practice based on new information such as new research or tailored information products?

Cross-posted from Biodiversitylinks

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