This site is a resource for IFAD staff and consultants, project staff and partners who want to learn more about KM and how it can help in their daily work. Here you will find the practical guidance, tools, templates, examples, contacts and inspiration you need to implement successful knowledge management, knowledge sharing and collaborative activities.
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IMA’s online M&E course is a 6-week programme specifically designed for development professionals. This and other training opportunities are shared here.
Have a look at the How to do note on the KGM to discover how an internal knowledge gap mapping exercise can be put together to derive meaningful inferences! Check it out here!
A simple template can help you prepare a basic KM plans. This one and other templates and guidelines are included here.
Communities of Practice are widely used in IFAD. Discover the themes they cover here and join colleagues in different parts of the world. Share your ideas and get inspired by others.
An AAR is a simple process used by a team during or after a project, activity, event to identify lessons that can help improve performance. Review this one and many other tools here.
WHO ARE WE?
This site is put together by IFAD's KM team at headquarters in Rome. Please contact us with your questions, suggestions and suggestions for new content on this site. Contact us!
The International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) is an international financial institution and a specialized agency of the United Nations dedicated to eradicating poverty and hunger in rural areas of developing countries.