Agenda Knowledge for Development
The current global edition of the agenda is the third edition and was was published on 27 September 2018. It features amended Knowledge for Development Goals and 130 personal statements. It is the result of a process covering more than three years, aimed at building a global knowledge partnership for the development of a peaceful, wealthy, inclusive and sustainable world.
Global Agenda in Bengali
Dhaka, July 2020 – The Global Agenda Knowledge for Development has been translated by K4DP-Partner Dr. Rezwan Ul Alam, Knowledge Manager at Manusher Jonno Foundation in Bangladesh. K4DP highly appreciates and acknowledges the effort Dr. Rezwan.
Agenda for Uganda
On 26 June 2019, the first edition of the Agenda Knowledge for Uganda has been published. Edited by Andreas Brandner and Mary Suzan Abbo of the Knowledge for Development Partnership, it represents the first national Knowledge Agenda for a country and a first results of the Knowledge Partnership Uganda.
Global Agenda in Spanish
Vienna/Madrid, November 2020 – The Global Agenda Knowledge for Development has been translated by KMA Knowledge Management Associates, Dr. Elena Soriano, to Spanish. K4DP highly appreciates and acknowledges the effort and in-kind contribution.
Agenda for Kenya
Nairobi, November 2020 – The Kenyan Ministry of Devolution and ASALs and K4DP have joined forces in September 2019 to develop the first Knowledge Agenda for Kenya. The first results (work in progress) will be presented at the Launch and Award Ceremony 2020 of K4DP. The first version of the Agenda Knowledge for Kenya shall be presented early 2020.
As our idea grows, more and more Agendas for different countries or in different languages will be available.
What people say
Knowledge Management and Communication Specialist for the Enhanced SmallholderLivestock Investment Program (E-SLIP),...
Senior Knowledge Management Officer at African Union Interafrican Bureau for Animal Resources (AU-IBAR)
Effective participation in the “Knowledge Society” requires, rather obviously, access to its most important commodity, knowledge. If well managed, data and information can be a catalyst to Africa’s international arena involvement. To be a true leader in the international field, Africa will need to reconsider what it means to be engaged in the current knowledge economy.
Professor, University of Lund, Sweden
Future knowledge societies are in an accelerating, exponential dynamic. Is it chaos or is there an intelligence pattern to be observed? An emerging approach was shared by the founder of VISA, Dee W. Hock, who..
Professor and Acting Vice Chancellor, International University of Management, Namibia
The Agenda of Knowledge for Development 2030 supports the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 2030 through strengthening knowledge systems and services…
Vice-President of Knowledge Management and Sustainable Development
Asian Development Bank (ADB)
Knowledge Management is fundamental to all aspects of development work and ultimately to the attainment of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). It is a powerful way of adding real value to our support for countries as they strive to attain the SDGs. In Asia and the Pacific, many countries have reached middle-income status.
Managing Partner PricewaterhouseCoopers, Bangladesh
The concept of knowledge management is actually as old as the human civilization itself. There is no denying the fact that the generation, accumulation, sharing and utilization of knowledge has been the fuel that powered the advancement of mankind.
Modern day knowledge management (KM) refers to the structured process of creating, storing, protecting, using and sharing the knowledge and information of an entity.
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