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PMNCH | PMNCH Knowledge Summaries Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Search Search Navigation Home About Our work News and events Knowledge centre Get involved Language عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Menu Knowledge centre PMNCH publications Knowledge summaries Strategy briefs Partner resource search Tools Databases PMNCH Knowledge Summaries Progress in women's and children's health depends on how efficiently knowledge on effective strategies and interventions can be translated into action. (...) Each peer-reviewed summary brings together information from trusted sources, such as journal articles, systematic reviews, technical guidelines and policy documents, to draw out practical lessons for policymakers and practitioners. The PMNCH Knowledge Summaries series is updated and revised as new knowledge and evidence emerges. (...) Introduction List of Knowledge Summaries PMNCH Knowledge Summary #37 Adolescent empowerment and engagement for Health and well-being: Strengthening capacities, opportunities and rights PMNCH Knowledge Summary #35 Act Now for Adolescents PMNCH Knowledge Summary #33 Opportunities to improve financing for population, health, and development PMNCH Knowledge Summary #31 Maternal mental health: Why it matters and what countries with limited resources can do PMNCH Knowledge Summary #29 Delivering our future: survival and health for every newborn PMNCH Knowledge Summary #27 Death reviews: maternal, perinatal and child PMNCH Knowledge Summary #25 Integrating Immunization and Other Services for Women and Children PMNCH Knowledge Summary #23 Human Rights and Accountability PMNCH Knowledge Summary #21 Strengthen National Financing PMNCH Knowledge Summary #19 Food Security and Climate Change PMNCH Knowledge Summary #17 Civil Registration and Vital Statistics PMNCH Knowledge Summary # 15 Non Communicable Diseases PMNCH Knowledge Summary #13 Make Stillbirths Count PMNCH Knowledge Summary #11 Engage across Sectors PMNCH Knowledge Summary #09 Address Inequities PMNCH Knowledge Summary #07 Assure Quality Care PMNCH Knowledge Summary #05 Provide Essential Commodities PMNCH Knowledge Summary #03 Cost and Fund RMNCH Programmes PMNCH Knowledge Summary #01 Progress towards MDGs 4 and 5 PMNCH Knowledge Summary #36 Adolescent mental health: Time for action PMNCH Knowledge Summary #34 Operationalizing human rights in efforts to improve health PMNCH Knowledge Summary #32 Protecting women’s and children’s health from a changing climate PMNCH Knowledge Summary #30 Water, sanitation and hygiene - the impact on RMNCH* PMNCH Knowledge Summary #28 New Global Investment Framework for Women’s and Children’s Health PMNCH Knowledge Summary #26 Engaging Men and Boys in RMNCH PMNCH Knowledge Summary #24 - Economic Case for Investment in RMNCH PMNCH Knowledge Summary #22 Reaching Child Brides PMNCH Knowledge Summary #20 Access to Family Planning PMNCH Knowledge Summary #18 Nutrition PMNCH Knowledge Summary #16 Parliamentarians PMNCH Knowledge Summary #14 Save Lives: invest in Midwives PMNCH Knowledge Summary #12 Deliver on Promises PMNCH Knowledge summary #10 Foster Innovation PMNCH Knowledge Summary #08 Strive for Universal Access PMNCH Knowledge Summary #06 Support the Workforce PMNCH Knowledge Summary #04 Prioritize Proven Interventions PMNCH Knowledge Summary #02 Enable the Continuum of Care Evaluation report pdf, 6.03Mb PMNCH Knowledge Summaries: improving their production process, reach and use You are here: Partnership for Maternal, Newborn & Child Health Knowledge Centre PMNCH publications PMNCH Knowledge Summaries Quick Links Key documents PMNCH vision Strategy and workplan Annual report PMNCH pamphlet Stay informed PMNCH e-blast Press centre Knowledge centre Get involved Become a member Requests for proposals Employment Share your news Contact us Keep in touch © WHO 2022
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Score: 381411.38 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/know...dge/publications/summaries/en/
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The combination of knowledge built up at country level, and knowledge developed across countries by topic, provides the potential for a powerful knowledge base for IFAD and its development partners. (...) Indeed, data, both quantitative and qualitative, explicit and tacit, are the building blocks of knowledge, but are not knowledge in themselves. Data must be transformed into knowledge. 262. (...) Finally, knowledge partnerships enhance the reach of knowledge management.
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Score: 381144.56 - https://www.ifad.org/documents...4e-2785-4e4e-a949-49d74890286d
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PowerPoint Presentation ITU Workshop on "Future Trust and Knowledge Infrastructure", Phase 1 Geneva, Switzerland, 24 April 2015 What is the knowledge society? Aleksandr Lutokhin, Leading engineer, FSUE NIIR, Russia, 070@niir.ru 1 Definition A knowledge society generates, processes, shares and makes available to all members of the society knowledge that may be used to improve the human condition. (...) To learn, evaluate, assess and validate economic, environmental, social and technological advancement to produce benefits based on the knowledge society Limitations of creating a knowledge society Patent law Copyright Knowledge – product Digital divide Creation of knowledge carried out individually or in a team of highly qualified specialists while production of knowledge it is needed knowledge assessment - connection with the previous knowledge knowledge become a commodity Role of ICTs modern ICTs enable people to unite in groups for the production of knowledge, but it should be a trusted environment enable equal access to information and knowledge for all Use of knowledge Knowledge is consumed by mass consumer in the form of services Customers Knowledge creator Knowledge owner Knowledge transferring Knowledge- based service Directions of development of the knowledge society: investing in collectives Creation of a network of highly specialized team facilitate access of mass consumer to knowledge Thank you for your attention
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Score: 379618.26 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/W.../S1P1-Aleksander-Lutokhin.pptx
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WHAT IS KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT? Information and KnowledgeInformation and Knowledge A Risk ManagerA Risk Manager’’s Perspectives Perspective WHAT IS KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT?WHAT IS KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT? The nonsense of 'knowledge The nonsense of 'knowledge management'management' T.D. (...) = Alarm Information and KnowledgeInformation and Knowledge A Risk ManagerA Risk Manager’’s Perspectives Perspective Professor WilsonProfessor Wilson’’ss review of literature showedreview of literature showed that when that when ‘‘Knowledge Knowledge ManagementManagement’’ was usedwas used ‘‘Information ManagementInformation Management’’ was describedwas described Information and KnowledgeInformation and Knowledge A Risk ManagerA Risk Manager’’s Perspectives Perspective WHAT IS KNOWLEDGE ?
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Score: 379019.95 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/E...20-%20Dr%20Barbara%20Carby.pdf
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Cellary 2010, slide 7 Buying/selling knowledge-based goods and services Generating income for the state budget from the sale of knowledge Generating profit by enterprises producing, applying and conveying knowledge Knowledge economyKnowledge economy The role of the public sectorThe role of the public sector The necessity of developing knowledge economy does not The necessity of developing knowledge economy does not exclude some public helpexclude some public help or realization of a part of knowledge sectoror realization of a part of knowledge sector (c) W. (...) Uneducated people • Children • Youth • Excluded people Sector of „knowledge without growth” (c) W. Cellary 2010, slide 14 Sector of „knowledge without growth” • Basic knowledge (ex. (...) Cellary 2010, slide 15 so There is no There is no knowledge economy knowledge economy without a without a right financial modelright financial model ConclusionsConclusions In knowledge economy,In knowledge economy, money have to flowmoney have to flow fromfrom knowledge buyersknowledge buyers (c) W.
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Score: 378884.1 - https://www.itu.int/net/wsis/i...ocs/sessions/ifm_4_pres-WC.pdf
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According to Article 7 of the Law on Traditional Knowledge, registration of knowledge is indefinite, but Article 13 defines that the Certificate of Registered Traditional Knowledge is valid for ten years. (...) Therefore, the term of traditional knowledge registration and term of the Certificate of a registered knowledge are different, which creates an inconsistency in the provisions of the Law on Traditional Knowledge. The uniqueness of traditional knowledge regulation in the Kyrgyz Republic lies in a wide range of traditional knowledge holders.
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Score: 378750.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...rs_e/2018/chapter_8_2018_e.pdf
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Priority Action area 6: Knowledge resource Priority Action area 6 MNCH Knowledge management system Knowledge portal (gateway) Knowledge status summaries Knowledge requests PMNCH Board Demand from countries + Partners Knowledge “gaps” PMNCH website PMNCH knowledge products Early “map” of existing knowledge resources Links to other knowledge resources Outputs 2 & 3: design & maintenance Output 1 (quick win) Output 4 Tailored knowledge “Push” out to countries Prepared by WJ Graham for PMNCH Board Feb19-20th 2009 Blue boxes proposed by D Kraushaar Priority Action area 6 MNCH Knowledge management system Prepared by WJ Graham for PMNCH Board Feb19-20th 2009 Blue boxes proposed by D Kraushaar Knowledge portal (gateway) Knowledge status summaries PMNCH website Links to other knowledge resources PMNCH knowledge products Early “map” of existing knowledge resources PMNCH Board Demand from countries + Partners Knowledge requests Tailored knowledge “Push” out to countries Outputs 2 & 3: design & maintenance Output 1 (quick win) Output 4 Knowledge “gaps”
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Score: 378629.22 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/abou...g_committee/prioriyaction6.pdf
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Sadia Chowdhury World Bank 10th PMNCH Board Meeting June 2011 Geneva, Switzerland The value-added of PMNCH for countries and regions: brokering knowledge and innovation Board presentation: April 2010 Dhaka Main recommendations from knowledge mapping exercise and expert advisory group: 1.Synthesize knowledge on essential MNCH topics e.g. success factors for countries’ progress to MDGs 4 & 5, 2.Develop demand-driven knowledge products: e.g. requests from governments and practice needs. 3.Leverage existing regional knowledge networks for RMNCH: e.g. (...) Demand driven knowledge products 3. Leverage regional knowledge networks (i) 3. Leverage regional knowledge networks (ii) 4. Knowledge utilization and evaluation Approach aligned with new PMNCH Strategic Objectives and the Knowledge cycle THANK YOU
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Score: 378627.34 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/abou...nd_regional_rmnch_networks.pdf
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Why is knowledge sharing important for the ILO? 5. Sharing knowledge is of strategic importance to any knowledge-based organization. (...) Capturing tacit knowledge is one of the challenges of knowledge sharing. (...) Having access to existing knowledge and being able to identify knowledge gaps is central to effective knowledge sharing and to strengthening the ILO’s research and technical capacity.
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Score: 378172.83 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...eetingdocument/wcms_084822.pdf
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The Conference will provide insights in current practices and explore future developments in the use of knowledge management in the area of development. Knowledge is at the heart of global development. (...) This Agenda, initiated by Knowledge Managment Austria (KMA) and supported by a global community of thought leaders, brings a new and integrated view on the challenges and opportunities related to knowledge. (...) Andreas Brandner & Petru Dumitriu: Closing and farewell Knowledge Market A Knowledge Market will provide the opportunity to share Knowledge Management for Development experiences during the 2 April KM4Dev day and the 3–4 April Knowledge for Development Conference.
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Score: 377977.7 - https://www.ifad.org/documents...84-f947-477d-a281-4639e59c6b9d
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