The Knowledge Sharing Toolkit is a resource you can access when organizing a meeting, a workshop, it is a place that anyone can access to learn about, improve upon and generally share knowledge sharing practices – a repository built on the experience of many.
On the Toolkit you can:
- browse the two master lists of knowledge sharing methods and knowledge sharing tools;
- find the context that most closely represents your needs: the context pages guide you through identifying common challenges and a range of suitable methods and tools to address them.
The Toolkit was developed by the ICT-KM Program, and later joined by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the KM4Dev Community, and recently by the United Nations Children’s Fund.