VIRTUAL KNOWLEDGE SHARING

Knowledge sharing

If you have worked on projects local to global, you may be enthusiastic enough to share your knowledge so as to benefit future projects and more importantly the project beneficiaries. You may also be cynical enough to get the feeling that sometimes people are unwilling to listen!

 

UNICEF KNOWLEDGE SHARING
UNICEF KNOWLEDGE SHARING


Perhaps the development of online communities can help a lot with virtual knowledge sharing  – so to get you started try this link in relation to Monitoring and Evaluation:

Virtual Knowledge Sharing is on the UNICEF site where you can find M&E guidelines as well as examples of good project evaluations.

UNICEF CEE/CIS, WHO/PAHO and DevInfo, in partnership with IDEAS and IOCE, are pleased to announce a series of live webcast KSE on country-led M&E systems.

Where: Knowledge Sharing Events are free and open to interested people. You may attend virtually from your personal or work computer anywhere in the world. In addition to watching live presentations, you will have the option to ask questions and provide comments. These rvents enable the sharing of good practices and lessons learned on designing and implementing national and local M&E systems. Global-level speakers will contribute international perspectives. 

 

Muhamadso, 10, at a UNICEF-assisted Secondary School, Bokhtar District, Khatlon Province, Tajikistan.
Muhamadso, 10, at a UNICEF-assisted Secondary School, Bokhtar District, Khatlon Province, Tajikistan.

Webcast 1 – 20.02.2009
Selected authors of the book “Country-led M&E systems” presented their contributions and were available to respond to questions.
Partners: UNICEF CEE/CIS, WHO/PAHO and DevInfo, in partnership with IDEAS (InternationalDevelopment Evaluation Association) and IOCE (International Organization for Cooperation in Evaluation).
To watch the recording of this event, please click here (please skip the first one and a half minute of the recording).
Webcast Agenda

Presentation by Marco Segone
Presentation by Denis Jobin
Presentation by Oumoul Khayri Ba Tall.


Take a look –there is more to come.

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