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  • I wish to highlight that Knowledge dissemination and sharing is very complex. It includes processes (menuj) and enablers (menuj) GWP has an ambition to create the enabling environment that brings together other knowledge partners. Stong complication in this process is that IWRM invloves many sectors (agricultures, transport, energy, industry) and includes many countries (as water does not recognize administrative borders)
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    • 1. GWP ToolBox Knowledge Sharing Tool Danka J. Thalmeinerova
    • 2. How ToolBox contributes to the implementation of GWP Strategy
      • Goal 3: to develop the capacity to share knowledge and to promote a dynamic communications culture, so as to support better water management.
      • Purpose
        • IWRM knowledge sharing and dissemination tool
      • Goal
        • To contribute to establishing a global communication platform to share knowledge and develop capacity
      • Components
        • Tools (57 tools – guidelines how to implement IWRM);
        • Case studies and References
        • Knowledge partners resources
    • 3. ToolBox
    • 4. Focus of activities in 2009 - 2013
      • Upgrade tools to address and support implementation of GWP Strategy 2009-2013
      • Shift from ”introduction of ToolBox tools” to ” application of ToolBox tools ”
      • Maintain current partners and bring new partners to share IWRM knowledge
      • Establishment of mechanism to provide for ”region-to-region” knowledge exchange
    • 5. Statistics
    • 6. Distribution of visitors per country
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    • 8. Present interest in ToolBox
      • Strongly differes region by region
      • From ”how to use ToolBox” to ”why to use ToolBox”
      • Some regions are ”donors” to database of case studies and some regions are ”users”
      • Limited use if language or internet access barriers exist
    • 9. Progress in: Upgrade ToolBox Tools
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    • 14. A special section: IWRM plans and strategies
    • 15. Lessons learnt captured in GWP publications ALL NOW IN TOOLBOX - in ENG, FR, SP, RUSS
    • 16. Links only to case studies from SAS http:// / South Asia Yes, to English version http:// / Southeast Asia Under the “useful links” http:// / China Under the “useful links” / CACENA Yes, to English version http:// / CEE Yes, to English version http:// / Mediterranean Yes, to English version / / Caribbean Yes, to English version http:// / South America Yes, English and Spanish version http:// / Central America Yes, to English version http:// / Southern Africa Yes, to English version http:// / West Africa No Eastern Africa Yes, to English version http:// Central Africa ToolBox link Web site Office
    • 17. Progress in: Upgrade ToolBox Partners
    • 18. Progress in: engagement with Knowledge Partners
    • 19. Future Plans
      • Further enhance ToolBox tools responding to thematic areas of GWP interventions
      • Transfer, share and document GWP experience in ToolBox
      • Encourage Regional TECs to contribute to ToolBox
      • Increase use of ToolBox in academia sector
      • Organize a Survey on ToolBox application in regions/countries
    • 20. Future Plans
      • This slide is intentionally empty. The discussion from Regions is required to meet the needs of those who use and contribute to ToolBox
    • 21. Challenges in Knowledge Chain
      • Processes
      • Knowledge Identification
      • Knowledge Acquisition
      • Knowledge Storage
      • Knowledge Refinement / Analysis
      • Knowledge Integration
      • Knowledge Dissemination
      • Knowledge Application
      • Enablers
      • Knowledge System
      • Knowledge Culture
      • Organizational Memory
      Intervention of GWP … in cooperation with knowledge partners
    • 22.