[German title: Knowledge Management for Development Journal , 2 (3), 2006 – Special: Wissensklüfte überbrücken]
On knowledge divides and joined up thinking – Anybody interested?
Peter J. Bury, Atanu Garai, Baharul Islam, Patrick Ngulube, Julie Ferguson, Sarah Cummings 1-4
One never knows: research policy and knowledge management in Dutch development cooperation.
Caroline Wiedenhof, Henk Molenaar 5-18
Knowledge management working tool for agricultural extension practice: the case of Ghana
William Boateng 19-29
Knowledge on yam variety development: insights from farmers’ and researchers’ practices.
Afio Zannou, Paul Richards, Paul C. Struik 30-39
Online knowledge sharing tools: any use in Africa?
Margreet Van Doodewaard 40-47
From knowledge transfer to a learning-based approach: perspectives from IDS’ information services.
Cheryl Brown, Louise Daniel, Catherine Fisher 48-59
Multi-stakeholder deliberation on dialectical divides: an operational principle of the systems of innovation
Laxmi Prasad Pant, Helen Hambly Odame 60-74
Access to scholarly literature via a free knowledge management enabler: an opportunity for scientists in developing countries
Enrique Canessa, Carlo Fonda, Marco Zennaro, Katepalli R. Sreenivasan 75-85
Civil Society, research-based knowledge, and policy
Julius Court, Enrique Mendizabal, David Osborne, John Young, Harry Jones 86-96
Using participatory GIS to bridge knowledge divides among the Onge of Little Andaman Island, India.
Anindita Bhattacharyya 97-110
Managing local and external knowledge in a development research project in Uzbekistan
Caleb Wall 111-122
Feeding livestock through partnerships
Nicolene de Haan, Dannie Romney, Peter Bezkorowajnyj, Olusoji Olufajo 123-135
Malaria Competence Network collaborates to roll back malaria.
Ibrahim Kamara, Komlan Toulassi Blaise Sedoh 136-140
Leadership and knowledge into the hands of those who care
Lou Petronella Compernolle 141-145
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