Topic outline

This course provides an overview of knowledge management processes and how they can be applied to emergency and resilience-building work.

The course is targeted at:

  • Programme designers and managers
  • Monitoring and Evaluation officers
  • Information management officers and thematic experts keen on understanding how knowledge management connects with, and supports their work
  • Knowledge management professionals new to the emergency and resilience field

  • What knowledge management is.
  • How it can support more effective emergency response and resilience programming.
  • What each pillar of the knowledge management cycle implies for emergency and resilience.

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    • Partners

      The course has been developed with the support of the European Union within the framework of the Global Network Against Food Crises Partnership Programme.

      Funded by the European Union