KM in Practice

  • Blog post
    We’re doing all this good work: What are we learning and how do we share it?

    Over the course of a global health project, team members learn a lot about what successfully improves health and what doesn’t. Capturing and sharing this knowledge is essential to designing and implementing more effective programs in the future.

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    Get actionable steps to capture important knowledge gained from your work and effectively share that knowledge with others in the webinar presentation, “We’re doing all this good work: What are we learning and how do we share it?” from our Knowledge Management in Practice series.

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    Get actionable steps to capture important knowledge gained from your work and effectively share that knowledge with others in the webinar presentation, “We’re doing all this good work: What are we learning and how do we share it?” from our Knowledge Management in Practice series.

  • Resource

    Get actionable steps to capture important knowledge gained from your work and effectively share that knowledge with others in the webinar presentation, “We’re doing all this good work: What are we learning and how do we share it?” from our Knowledge Management in Practice series.

  • Blog post
    Meeting the Knowledge Needs of My Team

    Meeting the Knowledge Needs of My Team: How Do I Get Started?

    You and your team have established a shared goal. Maybe you have agreed to increase the contraceptive prevalence rate in Bangladesh, eliminate mother-to-child transmission of HIV in South Africa, or prevent malaria across sub-Saharan Africa through vector control strategies. To accomplish the goal, your team needs access to a wide variety of knowledge to outline the scope of the problem, understand what others are doing, determine what intervention to use, and plan for implementation.

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    In this PowerPoint presentation, Jennifer Tumusiime shares how in her role as Knowledge Management Advisor for EGPAF Uganda, she works to meet the knowledge needs of her team.

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    In this PowerPoint presentation, Leanne Kamau shares how in her role as Knowledge Management Technical Officer at FHI 360 Kenya, she works to meet the knowledge needs of her team.