When health program staff and practitioners can manage and share knowledge effectively, they can deliver better results. Yet many projects and programs don’t have systems in place to share critical knowledge and translate lessons learned, which can result in missed opportunities, duplication, and wasted time and money.
The Knowledge for Health (K4Health) Project has developed the Knowledge Management Collection, a family of resources designed for global health professionals to help them understand, use, and train others on knowledge management approaches, tools, and techniques. The KM Collection includes practical guides, comprehensive training materials, and a step-by-step framework.
Please join us on February 8th for a kick-off webinar introducing the purpose and highlighted features of each resource in the KM Collection. Speakers will also offer practical case examples of how global health projects and organizations are using KM approaches to strengthen their work.
- Ruwaida Salem, Senior Program Officer, K4Health
- Jarret Cassaniti, Program Officer II, K4Health
- Sarah Burns, Knowledge Management Advisor, Pathfinder International
- Wycliffe Omanya, Senior Communications Specialist, Ipas