Oxfam - Sharing Knowledge Handbook 2

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Type of Report

How-to-Guide / Guidebook


Sharing Knowledge Handbook 2


Kingo J. Mchombu / OXFAM

Year Published




Information is an important resource for human development; Limited access to information and knowledge prevents the full use and potential growth of intelligence in rural people; Sharing Knowledge is a handbook written by Dr. Kingo Mchombu for men and women working in villages, towns and rural areas who wish to transform their communities through information sharing. The author is the Head of the Department of Information and Communication Studies at the University of Namibia and a leading scholar on information and rural development. Sharing Knowledge is published by the Oxfam Horn of Africa Capacity Building Program with the support of the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA).

 Oxfam - Sharing Knowledge 2 handbook content.pdf

 Oxfam - Sharing Knowledge 2 handbook cover.pdf

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