SKiM Knowledge Management Symposium


Published on: August 31, 2021, Submitted by Valerio Graziano on: August 31, 2021


The Sudan National Technical Committee agreed on a two-day symposium, revolving around Smart Agriculture, Role of ICT in Agricultural Extension and Advisory Services, Communication and Facilitation Skills, Value Chain, Gender Role and Knowledge Sharing, Pandemic and ICT (risk mitigation measures based on KM best practices).



On the days 20 and 21 June 2021, the SKiM Knowledge Management Symposium on enhancing exchange, transfer and collaboration among national stakeholders  was held. The two-days event has followed the workshop formula, and was built on the foundations laid by SKiM Knowledge Management Community of Practice building carried out in 2020, which is consolidated by the Sudan National Technical Committee for KM best practice sharing and development.

The Symposium has revolved around Smart Agriculture, Role of ICT in Agricultural Extension and Advisory Services, Communication and Facilitation Skills, Value Chain, Gender Role and Knowledge Sharing, Pandemic and ICT (risk mitigation measures based on KM best practices). More than ten presentations from just as many trainers have been delivered and discussed among the forty-seven participants.

The event, hosted by the Agricultural Research Corporation of Sudan (ARC-Sudan) and participated by the Sudanese Ministry of Agriculture department representatives and the University of Khartoum (UofK), has been covered by four national television networks and local newspapers.

 



Acknowledgement

Strengthening Knowledge Management for Greater Development Effectiveness in the Near East, North Africa, Central Asia and Europe (SKiM) is a grant project led by ICARDA and funded by IFAD. The workshop has been structured and delivered with the support of the Agricultural Research Corporation of Sudan (ARC-Sudan).


Projects


CRPs & Partners

CRP on Grain Legumes and Dryland Cereals - GLDC

International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas - ICARDA

Keywords

knowledge managementictsmart agriculture

Countries


About the author

Valerio Graziano is at International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas - ICARDA.

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