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Innovations and Lessons Learned on Capacity Development

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Just a quick blog post to promote some of the actual work we do in our KM team (as a change from the usual punditry you normally find on this blog).

We’ve just released a compendium of 17 of the more interesting innovations and lessons learned reported to us by our country offices on their experiences in capacity development. See the compendium together with other recent publications on innovations and lessons learned on UNICEF’s website here.

Note: as regular readers of this blog will know, I’m not a fan of best practices. Rather we prefer to document and share real-life practices and experiences that can be used to help inform or inspire other programmes. This publication is an example of some of the experiences we have documented. And its worth noting that while we do research, editing, questioning, reviewing etc. from headquarters all these experiences are initially proposed and written up to us by our country offices based on their reflections and experience, so congratulations and thanks to them for taking the effort to share their work.

 

Post script: I’m taking my summer vacation (yay!) and so things will be a little quiet here over the next few weeks. Normal blogging service should resume in mid-September.

Written by Ian Thorpe

August 16, 2011 at 10:46 am

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  1. […] Innovations and Lessons Learned on Capacity Development Just a quick blog post to promote some of the actual work we do in our KM team (as a change from the usual punditry you normally find on this blog). We've just released a compendium of 17 of the… Source: kmonadollaraday.wordpress.com […]


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