Jan 10 2008

Latest KM4D Journal – KM in Latin America

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The latest KM4Development Journal is live on the web, this time with a focus on knowledge work in Latin America. I am a little surprised, because somehow I thought it would be in Spanish. I’m not sure why I thought that, but I did. In any case, I’m personally grateful they are in English for my reading pleasure, but I sure think it would be great to translate this edition (part 1 of 2) into Spanish. What do you think?

Here is the table of contents and links…

Vol 3, No 2 (2007)Knowledge sharing and knowledge management in Latin America and the Caribbean (Part I)

Table of Contents

Editorial

Editorial: Knowledge sharing and knowledge management in Latin America and the Caribbean (Part I)

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Margarita Salas, Kemly Camacho, Simone Staiger-Rivas, Camilo Villa, Julie Ferguson, Sarah Cummings2-4

Papers

Institutionalizing learning in rural poverty alleviation initiatives

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Irene Guijt, Julio Berdegué, German Escobar, Eduardo Ramírez5-20
Resource centres set the tone for learning in the water, sanitation and hygiene sector

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Ewen Le Borgne, Carlos Talavera, Aleida Martinez, Gerardo Martinez, Gustavo Heredía, Erma Uytewaal21-37
Knowledge management for agricultural innovation within the Bolivian Agricultural Technology System: insights from the analysis of rural knowledge networks

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Frank Hartwich, Mario Monge Pérez, Luis Ampuero Ramos, José Luis Soto38-51
Building small-scale farmers learning networks: Pachamama Raymi as an innovative knowledge management system

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Javier Cabero, Willem van Immerzeel52-63

Case Studies

Knowledge sharing for good in a Europe-Latin American perspective: the VIT@LIS experience

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Fabio Nascimbeni64-73
Investing in knowledge for evidence-based social policies for children: two case-studies of knowledge dissemination initiatives in the Eastern Caribbean

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Koen Rossel-Cambier, Tom Olsen, Niloufar Pourzand74-78
Knowledge management to connect and strengthen people’s capacities in Latin America

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Arthur van Leeuwen, Annemieke Beekmans, Reintje van Haeringen85-94
Knowledge management: a key factor for productive chain evolution in the department of Cauca, Colombia. A case study of the fishing chain network

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Paola Andrea Victoria, Luz Stella Pemberthy, Natalia Maya95-104

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