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Title: Knowledge sharing and development cooperation through virtual platforms – Save the Children Canada
Authors: Tisshaw, Carol
Zaffar, Incia
Save the Children Canada
Keywords: VIRTUAL PLATFORM
KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT
PROJECT MONITORING
POLICY MAKING
SOCIAL NETWORKING WEBSITES
INTERNET USE
WEBSITES
ONLINE COMMUNITIES
CASE STUDIES
CHILD WELFARE
Date: 2012
Citation: Tisshaw, C., Zaffar, I., & Save the Children Canada (2012). Knowledge Sharing and Development Cooperation through Virtual Platforms. Save the Children. A Participant Reflection Paper for the 2012 IDRC Canadian Learning Forum on Virtual Platforms, Knowledge Management and International Development, Winnipeg, CA.
Abstract: Effective knowledge management allows Save the Children to improve knowledge and share good practices in order to increase effectiveness, collaboration, and output. For instance, live, online events can showcase proposals in each country and with regional partners. As an international network of 29 development and humanitarian-response member organizations, Save the Children uses virtual platforms (VPs) throughout its network and programs in over 120 countries. This paper highlights three examples of Save the Children’s VPs: the Thought Cabinet, the Child Protection Working Group, and the Community Child Protection Exchange Forum.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/50480
Project Number: 106640
Project Title: Canadian Partnerships Regional Learning Forum
Access: Open Access
Copyright: Tisshaw, Carol
Zaffar, Incia
License: This work is released under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Licence and is free to copy.
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