Dhaka, July 2020 – The Agenda Knowledge for Development has been translated by K4D-Partner Dr. Rezwan Ul Alam, Knowledge Manager at Manusher Jonno Foundation in Bangladesh, and is available here: Agenda Knowledge for Development in Bangali. K4DP highly appreciates and acknowledges the effort Dr. Rezwan and seeks for cooperation to develop a national Knowledge Agenda for Bangladesh.
The 1st African Knowledge for Development Partnership Conference will be taking place at the UN Office Nairobi on 25-26 September 2019. Registration is free. It will focus on African knowledge strategies, reflecting the global Agenda Knowledge for Development as well as the recently published Ugandan Knowledge Agenda. The Knowledge Management Award 2019 will be given to a UN Organization as well as to an individual African thought leader. Further information, including how to register, is available here.
The conference will be part of Nairobi.Knowledge.Week which is taking place on 23-27 September 2019.
Towards starting the conversation to develop a Knowledge Agenda for Nigeria, Knowledge Hub Nigeria Ltd/GTE in collaboration with Knowledge for Development Partnership (K4DP) and in collaboration with the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) convened the first Nigerian Knowledge for Development Partnership Roundtable on 20 August 2019. The Roundtable drew delegates from diverse sectors in Nigeria. The delegates provided wholehearted inputs toward the development of Knowledge Agenda for Nigeria. The comprehensive report of the Roundtable is available here
A Think Tank group is working to fine-tune the inputs together with collated statements from selected organisations and individuals, and to prepare the Knowledge Agenda for Nigeria. The first edition of the Agenda document will be presented to the public during the Knowledge Week/Knowledge Conference planned for November 2019.