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KM4Dev Knowledge Café 33: Mapping local knowledge for sustainable development

Where: online Zoom meeting
When: Wednesday 24 April 2024, 3:00pm-4:30pm CEST (UTC +2), convert to your time zone
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How are organizations working with local knowledge: Is local knowledge considered to achieve the SDGs? What good practices do we have? What are the challenges?

Join us in this interesting dialogue hoping to learn more and move a step forward to harness the power of local knowledge to achieve sustainable development.

Facilitated by Denise Senmartin, the dialogue will open up with:

  • Stacey Young from USAID
  • Epiphane Adjadji, Indigenous knowledge in Benin
  • Bruce Boyes from Real KM Magazine, First Nations knowledge in Australia
  • Charle Dhewa, Knowledge Transfer Africa
  • Folasade Adepoju, local language and Indigenous knowledge in Nigeria
  • Gladys Kemboi, KM4Dev, Indigenous Knowledge in Kenya.
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KM4Dev (Knowledge Management for Development) is a global networked community of international development practitioners who are interested in knowledge management and knowledge sharing issues and approaches and, who seek to share ideas and experiences in this domain.

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