Communities of practice for development in the Middle East and North Africa

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Publication Title

Communities of practice for development in the Middle East and North Africa

Publication Type

Article in on-line journal

Author(s)

Erik C. Johnson and Ramla Khalidi

Publication Date

2005 (KM4D Journal 1(1): 96-110)

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Summary

Lessons learnt from setting up and facilitating CoPs as a tool for capacity building for development in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region written jointly by Ramla Khalidi, Deputy Chief of Beirut SURF and Erik Johnson, Knowledge Management Specialist, World Bank.

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Attachments

 CoPs in Middle East.pdf

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