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CTA. 2003. Two know more.... Spore 104. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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Mobilising the knowledge of rural people is essential for their development, is what Kingo Mchombu must have thought.
Mobilising the knowledge of rural people is essential for their development, is what Kingo Mchombu must have thought. He wrote Sharing Knowledge for men and women in villages and rural areas who fancy transforming their communities through information sharing. He calls it a handbook, but it is more than that - rather a workbook for community groups such as reading clubs, radio listening and youth groups. Each chapter ends with questions or points for discussion. The book promotes the establishment of Community Information Resource Centres as active centres, representing the community and serving as focal points for projects and brokers for information, organising discussions, field visits and training workshops. A useful workbook with a refreshing look at information sharing. Sharing Knowledge Handbook By K J Mchombu, Oxfam Canada, 2002. 104 pp. ISBN 0 9694699 1 8 Oxfam Canada 880 Wellington Street / Suite 400 Ottawa, ON K1R 6K7 Canada Fax: +1 613 237 05 24 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Downloadable from: www.oxfam.ca/publications/SharingKnowledge.htm
SubjectsINFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION MANAGEMENT;
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