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Knowledge Management Twinning

Knowledge Management (22-24 January 2004)

PARTICIPANTS & PROJECTS INVOLVED

  • Mohammed Bila and Mahamane ASSANE, Lake Chad Basin project

HOST INSTITUTION

  • Lake Peipsi GEF Project/Chudskoye Project

INTRODUCTION, PURPOSE: WHY AN EXCHANGE

The priority of the exchange is to gain technical knowledge of the implementation of Knowledge Management/Knowledge Sharing within the Lake Peipsi/ Chudskoe Basin Management Program as evidenced on its website www.peipsi.org. The exchange addresses Knowledge Management or Knowledge Sharing priority identified at the 2002 GEF International Waters Conference in Dalian, China.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

OUTPUTS/OUTCOMES

The mission provides me an opportunity to network with colleagues in a project with similar objectives to LCBC GEF Project and exchange ideas. The lessons learned during the mission will enable the LCBC GEF Project to quickly implement a Knowledge Management/Sharing infrastructure at the crucial beginning of the project and avoid costly mistakes. The home institution LCBC will also understand how to collaborate with the LCBC GEF PMU in ensuring effective communication during the execution of the project.

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