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  • WHY: To build practitioners’ self-awareness, confidence and skills in their service as accountable decision-makers.
  • WHO: IMA International
  • WHAT: Training course
  • HOW: 5 days workshop
  • WHERE: Bangkok
  • WHEN: November 2018
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Leadership and Management in International Development training in Bangkok
  • WHY: To look collectively at how the Caritas network in this region can share and use its rich knowledge. To explore knowledge management, better understand key concepts, share cases, challenges and to develop good practice
  • WHO: 17 representatives from Caritas organisations in Europe
  • WHAT: KM training
  • HOW: 2 days workshop
  • WHERE: Prague
  • WHEN: October 2018
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Caritas Europe Knowledge Management workshop
  • WHY: To bring the whole APEFE headquarters team together to learn about knowledge management.
  • WHO: APEFE
  • WHAT: KM training
  • HOW: 5 days workshop
  • WHERE: Brussels/Belgium
  • WHEN: October 2018
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KM in support of APEFE’s strategic planning process
  • WHAT: Lesotho Data for Sustainable Development Project
  • WHERE: Lesotho
  • WHEN: October 2017
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A Results Based Management and Training of Trainers workshop in Lesotho
  • WHY: To facilitate Dinamia’s Strategic Planning Process considering perceptions and expectations of different actors inside and outside Dinamia.
  • WHO: Dinamia
  • WHAT: Knowledge Management and Sharing Training
  • HOW: Consultancy
  • WHERE: Madrid
  • WHEN: February 2018
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Strategic Planning Process at Dinamia
  • WHY: To support AVERT thinking process in their next 5 year Strategic Plan.
  • WHO: AVERT
  • WHAT: KM training
  • HOW: workshop
  • WHEN: August 2017
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Developing Strategic Plan
  • WHY: To harmonise the knowledge among middle managers and senior programme and project staff around key concepts for effective management.
  • WHO: MSDSP Aga Khan Foundation
  • WHAT: Facilitating a 5 day workshop on management in general with a focus on Project cycle, KM, M&E and Leadership
  • HOW: Exercises & discussion
  • WHERE: Dushanbe, Tajikistan
  • WHEN: February 2016
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A 5-day workshop on management
  • WHY: BRAC’s focus on KM is to maximise collective experience and secure KM resources for BRAC to have greater impact and influence at scale. To raise KM awareness, foster momentum and share practical KM skills.
  • WHO: Building Resources Across Communities (BRAC) Bangladesh
  • WHAT: Fostering Knowledge Management (KM) and knowledge sharing processes in BRAC and also to help develop a KM strategy and roadmap for the organisation.
  • HOW: Facilitated learning on KM concepts and key practices, focus groups, the co-creation of a draft KM roadmap and strategy
  • WHERE: Dhaka, Bangladesh
  • WHEN: February - June 2016
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Fostering KM and KS processes
  • WHY: For the harmonisation of the staff around the concept of Theory of Change and Results Based Management. CTA was in the process of finalising their main result framework to be presented to the EU for further funding.
  • WHO: CTA – Technical Centre for Agriculture and Rural Cooperation ACP – EU
  • WHAT: Theory of Change and RBM lab, Design and facilitation of a 2 days’ workshop at CTA’s Headquarters. The contract is also part of an extended support in distance.
  • HOW: A log frame repair workshop and the classic Theory of Change workshop and Power Analysis.
  • WHERE: Wageningen, The Netherlands
  • WHEN: July 2016 – September 2016
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Theory of Change and RBM lab
  • WHY: The aim of this project is to increase the capacity and pace for technology scouting, absorption, adaptation and innovation in developing and least developing countries. Also, to foster a collaboration strategy and increased teamwork.
  • WHO: WIPO- World Intellectual Property Organisation
  • WHAT: ‘Work as One’ retreat for ASPAC-WIPO
  • HOW: Explore the case for Enabling IP Environment Project, Understand each others’ roles + contributions, Apply RBM, Develop a shared results framework, Agree individual actions that contribute to shared project
  • WHERE: Geneva/ Crozet, Switzerland/ France
  • WHEN: May 2016
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'Work as One’ retreat for ASPAC-WIPO
  • WHY: The ecosystem approach offers a practical and effective means to manage fisheries more holistically
  • WHO: Bay of Bengal Large Marine Ecosystem Project
  • WHAT: Multi stakeholder ecosystem management and learning
  • HOW: Workshops, website and training
  • WHERE: UK, Thailand & online
  • WHEN: 2011 - 2017
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Ongoing fisheries management

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