Knowledge management on SDGs

Knowledge management on SDGs

Knowledge Management (KM) is the capacity of organizations/individuals to identify, create, capture, retrieve, share, protect and analyze the knowledge of individuals and groups across the organization(s) in ways that directly improve performance.

In the context of the SDGs, KM provides for a multipronged approach towards achieving a knowledge-based economy as highlighted in the Kenya Vision 2030. A proper documentation of good practices is a key hinge in KM.  Documenting and sharing best practices allows one to acquire knowledge on lessons learned, how to improve and adapt strategies and activities through feedback, reflection and analysis, and implement sustainable and more effective interventions.

The SDGs Coordination Directorate is mandated with the responsibility for coordination in identification, documentation and dissemination of information on SDGs including SDGs good practices and is in the process of developing guidelines for identification, documentation and dissemination of SDGs good practices. The database of the good practices will be shared in various online platforms for replication by other stakeholders.

For more information, visit SDG good practices

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