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 Learning and sharing knowledge on community-driven development REGIONAL WORKSHOP 14-17 March 2006 New Coco Beach Resort - Accra, Ghana. Anna Manikowska Information and Communication Division, IFAD. Stocktaking. What is out there? Online sources World Bank http://www.worldbank.org/cdd

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Learning and sharing knowledge on community-driven development REGIONAL WORKSHOP14-17 March 2006New Coco Beach Resort - Accra, Ghana

Anna ManikowskaInformation and Communication Division, IFAD

stocktaking
Stocktaking

What is out there?

Online sources

  • World Bankhttp://www.worldbank.org/cdd
  • UNCDFhttp://www.uncdf.org/english/local_development
  • FIDAFRIQUEhttp://fidafrique.net/rubrique282.html
  • Online community – Ecomlinkhttp://www.ecomlink.org/e_Incubator/Category_Home.asp?CategoryID=909
  • Rural poverty portal
  • http://www.ruralpovertyportal.org/english/topics/cdd

What are the knowledge gaps?

proposed purpose of a knowledge space
Proposed purpose of a knowledge space

It could be used to

  • Share information
  • Learn new approaches and learn about what others are doing
  • Provide space for dialogue on issues of interest or a space for resolving problems collectively
  • Provide toolkits, manuals, potential "solutions" for those who need them
audiences
Audiences

Who are the target audiences?

  • Staff in donor organizations
  • Consultants and staff designing projects
  • Project staff
  • Communities
  • Governments
food for thought
Food for thought

Some important questions

  • What do each audience group need?
  • In what form?
  • How quickly?
  • In what language?
  • What is the specificity of your organization, and how can you contribute to the platform?
success factors
Success factors

The space needs to

  • Be a shared responsibility
  • Not IFAD-centric
  • Sufficient time and resources
the way forward
The way forward

Proposals for next steps

  • Identify potential audiences and their caracteristics
  • Conduct a needs assessment study
  • Link all the resources on a space such as the portal and enable members to contribute by submitting content
  • Create thematic directory of experts where members would moderate discussions and serve as a core group
  • Define roles and responsibilities of the core group
  • Identify possible knowledge capturing mechanisms
decisions for today
Decisions for today
  • Is there a will to create this space?
  • For whom?
  • Are you willing to actively participate in the community of practice and constitute the core group of experts?
  • How do you think you can contribute?
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