Lessons Learnt - Democratic Economic Governance
One very important process in knowledge management is the documentation and communication of experiences, be it a so called best practice, a lesson learned, an innovative approach or any other experience gained that could be helpful to others. By lifting these experiences and describing the reason for why the experience might be valuable also for others, the knowledge gained can be passed on and benefited from by others.
As part of the Knowledge Management (DEG-KM) in the area of Democratic Economic Governance - Water Supply and Sanitation, experiences from the eleven DEG Joint Programmes (JPs) were gathered based on a standardized template. The template was developed in cooperation with the MDG-F Secretariat and KM focal points of other thematic areas and adapted to fit the needs of the DEG-KM.
Knowledge management and information sharing form part of a continuous learning process. The experiences in the format of Lessons Learned (listed below) were identified by the JPs themselves (and have not been subjected to peer review). This collection of experiences also constitutes the base point for more in-depth exploration and further documentation.
Please visit the Wiki page of each Lesson Learned to read more!