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Information and Communication Management for Rural and Agricultural Development in Near East and North Africa Region (AARINENA.RAIS/ICM4ARD): Outputs and Lessons Learned By Dr. Magdi Latif, Knowledge …

Information and Communication Management for Rural and Agricultural Development in Near East and North Africa Region (AARINENA.RAIS/ICM4ARD): Outputs and Lessons Learned By Dr. Magdi Latif, Knowledge and Information Management Officer (FAO), Second Regular Meeting of the Coordinating Board (CB) of NEAR EAST and North Africa Plant Genetic Resources (NENAPGRN)

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  • 1. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 Information and Communication Management for Rural and Agricultural Development in Near East and North Africa Region (AARINENA.RAIS/ICM4ARD): Outputs and Lessons Learned Magdi Latif Knowledge and Information Management Officerg g Knowledge and Capacity For Development Division Knowledge Exchange, Research and Extension Office Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
  • 2. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 AARINENA RAIS To strengthen the capacity of the Ministries of Agriculture NERAKIN Initiative: Immediate Objective (2007) AARINENA RAIS To strengthen the capacity of the Ministries of Agriculture and agricultural and rural research institutions for effective i f ti t d k l d h iinformation management and knowledge exchange in support of rural and agricultural development in the region “The regional initiative will add value in a coherent way to nationalThe regional initiative will add value in a coherent way to national system/networks, not substitute them.” “Build infrastructure to network all ARC agricultural institutions through a regional portal as well as through national portals ” Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations portal as well as through national portals.
  • 3. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 NERAKIN Initiative: Development Objective To enhance rural and agricultural development in Near East and North Africa through strengthening information and knowledge access and exchange, providing mechanisms to: • strengthen, coordinate, and add value to national and regional agricultural initiatives • improve performance of farmers and agrarianp p g businesses. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
  • 4. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 NERAKIN Ph I O t t 2007 1 A il t NERAKIN R i l S t f t t NERAKIN Phase I Outputs: 2007 1- A pilot NERAKIN Regional System for content management and information exchange. 2 Id tifi ti f t h i l i tit ti itt d t2- Identification of technical institutions committed to capacity building in IKM. 3 S l t d ti l t h i l t ff iti d h t3- Selected national technical staff sensitized on how to use NERAKIN Regional System. 4 Pil t ti l k l d d i f ti t4- Pilot national knowledge and information management systems/networks (i.e. Egypt, Jordan, Oman, etc.). Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
  • 5. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 Offi i l l h f NERAKIN i l t l NERAKIN Phase II Outputs: 2008/2012 • Official launch of NERAKIN regional portal • Training of selected national technical staff to contribute to NERAKIN systemto NERAKIN system • Development of the regional thematic knowledge networks (Starting with Biotechnology Network).( g gy ) • Development of the regional collaborative network based on partnerships for enhanced knowledge-sharing and learning at national level • Securing active commitment from stakeholders to develop national IKM systems/networks Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations develop national IKM systems/networks
  • 6. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 NERAKIN 2012 Interface Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
  • 7. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 OutputsOutputs  Regional Thematic Networks (from 2008 – present)  R i l A i lt l Bi t h l N t k N E t d Regional Agricultural Biotechnology Network Near East and North Africa - RABNENA  Near East Plant Protection Network – NEPP-NET  Regional Virtual Extension Research Communication Network of Near East and North Africa – VERCON Near East  Near East and North Africa Regional Network for Agricultural Policies – NENARNAP  Preventive Desert Locust Management Network (EMPRES)g ( ) and Commission for Controlling the Desert Locust in the Central Region (CRC) Regional Network];  Aquaculture Information system - RAIS Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations  Aquaculture Information system - RAIS
  • 8. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 Near East Regional Agricultural Biotechnology Network Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
  • 9. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 RABNENARABNENA BACKEND Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
  • 10. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 Near East Plant Protection Network Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
  • 11. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 Near East North Africa Regional Network for Agricultural Policy Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
  • 12. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 CRC-EMPRES Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
  • 13. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
  • 14. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 Regional Activities for NIFPs  May 2007 in Egypt: Regional training workshop on “Information Systems for Agricultural Research for Development” in collaboration with AARINENA, GFAR, FAO, ICARDA, NARIC. Participation: Egypt, Iran, Jordan, Lebanon, Oman, Qatar Morocco Sudan and YemenQatar, Morocco, Sudan and Yemen.  January 2008 in Oman: Regional Workshop for Strengthening National ICM Focal Units in Near East Region for strengthening and developing the agricultural information systems and Identifying stakeholders and beneficiaries of IS, and their needs. Participation: Egypt, Jordan, Morocco , Lebanon ,Libya ,Oman, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, Yemen  October 2008 in Syria: Official launch of Near East and North Africa Rural and Agric lt ral Kno ledge and Information (Nerakin RAIS)Agricultural Knowledge and Information (Nerakin-RAIS)  May 2009 in Egypt: Regional Training Workshop "Building National Capacities in Information and Knowledge In Support of Agricultural Research for Development in Near East Region“ - AARINENA, FAO, GFAR, and ICARDA. Participation:in Near East Region AARINENA, FAO, GFAR, and ICARDA. Participation: Cyprus, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Oman, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, and Yemen  October 2011 in Jordan: the regional Training of Trainers Workshop on Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Coherence in Information for Agricultural Research for Development (CIARD) that was organized by AARINENA in collaboration with FAO and GFAR.
  • 15. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 Regional Activities for Networks  December 2008: Participated and provided contribution to Regional Agricultural Biotechnology Network Expert Consultation Meeting. Egypt, Cyprus, Iran, Lebanon, Libya, Jordan, Kuwait, Morocco, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Tunisia , Yemen.  December 2010: Organized regional Workshop on Knowledge Exchange Management System for Strengthening Rural Development (Near East Regional VERCON Network). Egypt, Jordon, Lebanon, Lib M O S d S i T i YLibya, Morocco, Oman, Sudan, Syria, Tunis, Yemen.  December 2010: Organized regional Meeting on Establishment of Near East Plant Protection Network. Algeria, Egypt, Jordon, Iraq, Iran, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, Tunis, UAE, Yemen. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
  • 16. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 Regional Activities for Networks  January 2012: A regional expert consultation meeting was held in Cairo, Egypt for the establishment of COFO-WANA and attended by 19 representatives of farmers unions and associations from the countries ofrepresentatives of farmers unions and associations from the countries of the region: FAO, AARINENA and GFAR are co-founder and cosponsored of Consortium of Farmers Organizations for Agriculture Research for Development in West Asia-North Africa Region.  July 2012: Regional training workshop was organized for 12 member countries Institutions on Regional Agricultural Biotechnology Network (RABNENA) f t th i R i l C ti d K l d(RABNENA) for strengthening Regional Cooperation and Knowledge Sharing. Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Morocco, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Tunisia, Turkey and Yemen.  September 2012: Development of PGR Information and Knowledge Network – Regional consultation meeting of the Coordinating Board of the Near East and North Africa Plant Genetic Resources Network Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (NENAPGRN)
  • 17. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 Regional Activities for Networks  November 2012: Regional training workshop will be organized for 16 member countries Institutions on Building national institutionalg capacities in Near East Plant Protection Network (NEPP-NET) for strengthening regional cooperation and knowledge sharing for development.development.  November 2012: National training workshops will be organized for 10 ti l i tit t (A i R h I tit t d U i iti ) i10 national institutes (Agric Research Institutes and Universities) in Egypt on institutional Digital Repository – Web Document Information Management System. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
  • 18. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 Regional involvement in national activitiesg Countries in the Region can now take advantage of a full range of conceptual models and networks that give stakeholders access to all major research on agricultural science and technology. These fall intomajor research on agricultural science and technology. These fall into three broad categories.  projects designed to build capacity for developing effectiveprojects designed to build capacity for developing effective information management systems based on stakeholders’ needs to manage, disseminate and share relevant information and knowledge relating to agricultural development and food security policies  initiatives developed to help organizations active in agricultural science to publish and disseminate the results of their work  facilitating access to scientific literature in agriculture appearing in peer-reviewed learned journals, published commercially and sold at Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations p j , p y prices which are unaffordable in many countries
  • 19. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 Global initiatives to improvep access to and exchange of information on agricultural science and technology Recent Developments  AGRIS – IISAST (International Information Systems for Agricultural Science and Technology)  AGORA - Access to Global Online Research in Agriculture  CIARD - Coherence in Information for Agricultural Research for Development Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations  IMARK - Information Management Resource Kit
  • 20. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 Mobilizing and Providing Access toMobilizing and Providing Access to Agricultural Information AGRIS P idi i l l h d d l AGRIS – Providing agricultural research and development institutions with an avenue to publish and disseminate the outputs of their work  AGORA - Providing access to the world’s scientific literature in agriculture in peer-reviewed learned journals  CIARD – Providing commitment to promote the sharing of data, information, and knowledge in a global network of truly public collections of information, based on a Manifesto and a common set of Principles.  IMARK - providing online and face to face training for capacity B ildi Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Building
  • 21. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 Information Standards and Tools  AGMES – Agricultural Metadata Element Set for Content Management  AGRIS Application Profile  AGROVOC Arabic/English  Real Simple Syndicate RSS Real Simple Syndicate - RSS  Open Archives Initiative Compliance  Online Web services  Software – MySQL Open Source  CIARD Manifesto and a common set of Principles AIMS Principles To develop and promote interoperability standards to facilitate the efficient dissemination of content. interoperability is connecting people, data and diverse systems. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations www.fao.org/aims
  • 22. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 Regional involvement in national activitiesRegional involvement in national activities  National and Institutional Information and Knowledge Networks  N ti l t k National networks  Egypt – NARIMS  Jordan – NAIS O MAFNET/NAKEMS Oman – MAFNET/NAKEMS  Tools for institution and country levels - Agricultural Information System (AIS), Digital Institutional Repository (Web-DIMS) & WebAgris  Access to Global Online Research in Agriculture (AGORA)  Rural Information and Knowledge NetworksRural Information and Knowledge Networks  Egypt – Virtual Extension Research Communication Network  Egypt – Rural and Agricultural Development Communication Network Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
  • 23. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 Oman Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries Information Network (MAFNET) Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
  • 24. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 Oman National Agricultural Knowledge Exchange Management System (NAKEMS Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
  • 25. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 Jordan National Agricultural Information System (NAIS) Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
  • 26. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 Iraq Rural and Agricultural Knowledge Exchange Network Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
  • 27. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 Institutional Digital Repository Web Document Information Management System (Web DIMS)Web Document Information Management System (Web DIMS) Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
  • 28. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 VERCON Network RADCON Network Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
  • 29. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
  • 30. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
  • 31. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 Knowledge Management Platforms Developed for RNE forg g p strengthening communication and improving visibility R i l W b it f R i l Offi f th N E t d• Regional Website of Regional Office for the Near East and North Africa–Phase II. • NERC and NERC Updates Website.p • Regional Agricultural Portal for Near East and North Africa – Phase II. • E-Newsletter of Regional Office for the Near East. • Sub Regional Website for North Africa (Pilot). Near East Regional Skill Mix Roster Experts Information• Near East Regional Skill Mix Roster – Experts Information Management System – Phase II. • Near East Lands & Water Days and WFD Drawing Contest. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations y g
  • 32. FAO/RNE English Website FAO/RNE Arabic Website
  • 33. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 FAO/RNE English Agriculture Portal FAO/RNE Arabic Agriculture Portal Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
  • 34. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 FAO/RNE English E-Newsletter FAO/RNE Arabic E-Newsletter Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
  • 35. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 FAO NEAREAST TWITTER Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
  • 36. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 FAO/RNE ROSTER Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
  • 37. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 FAO/RNE Pilot Sub Regional and Country Offices Websites Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
  • 38. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 FAO Near East Land & Water Days Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
  • 39. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
  • 40. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 Benefits of partnerships & networking • A collaborative system and effective communication• A collaborative system and effective communication, • Exchange of information and knowledge, • Enhanced technical cooperation, • Reduced costs of operationReduced costs of operation, • Synergies in information management, • Use of agreed standards, methodologies and tools. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
  • 41. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 L L dLessons Learned  ENABLING ENVIRONMENT: The need to create an enabling environment that recognizes the value of connectivity;  PEOPLE, NOT ONLY TECHNOLOGY: Networks depend on and work with l d t t h l lpeople and not on technology alone;  Institutionalization of networks;  Acquiring knowledge-sharing culture that is based on collaborative methods and exchange mechanisms;  Network Facilitation: The significance need to network facilitation with face-to- face meetings; and Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations  Sustainability: The need to ensure sustainability and self-financing.
  • 42. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 Success Factors for Regional NetworkSuccess Factors for Regional Network 1. Commitment for contribution/collaboration at national level; 2 Focus on capacity building at national level;2. Focus on capacity building at national level; 3. Existence of a regional information strategy; 4. Development of a Secretariat role for regional activities; 5. Focus on community of practice amongst the PGR info specialists; 6. Raising awareness of ICM issues at PGR Managerial and political levels; 7. Formation of strategic partnerships amongst the major PGR Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations g p p g j stakeholder organizations.
  • 43. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 Challenges • Decentralization: establishment of national networks – institutions and policies; • Capacity building: supporting decentralization; • Content management: common approaches (standardsContent management: common approaches (standards and tools); • Partnerships: at regional/international level;p g • Championship and Commitments: at national level. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
  • 44. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 Thank You For Your AttentionThank You For Your Attention Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
  • 45. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 Work Group Session IWork Group – Session I  Question1: what are the existing sources of Question1: what are the existing sources of information content (both internal and external)?  Question2: what are the required sources which are not accessible (both internal and external)?( )  Question3: what are the existing and requiredQuest o 3 at a e t e e st g a d equ ed mechanisms to access and share information? Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
  • 46. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 Thank You For Your AttentionThank You For Your Attention Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
  • 47. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 AGRISAGRIS  Network of over 200 organizations worldwide collaborating on the shared objective of improvingg j p g access and exchange of information on agricultural science and technology  Launched in 1975; new vision developed in 2002 Launched in 1975; new vision developed in 2002  http://www.fao.org/agris/ Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
  • 48. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 New AGRIS Vision (2002)  decentralized approach decentralized approach  greater diversity of participating organizations  strengthened role in capacity buildingg p y g  focus on full text documents  greater availability of associated information about ti iti / i ti / lactivities/organizations/people  set of web-enabled standards and tools Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
  • 49. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 • Global partnership to provide free or low cost online access to full-text scholarly journals in agriculture to developing countries • Many of the world’s leading agricultural publishers >1200 k j l i i lt d l t d di i li• >1200 key journals in agriculture and related disciplines • Launched in October 2003 • Eligibility based on GNP per capitaEligibility based on GNP per capita • http://www.aginternetwork.org/en/ Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
  • 50. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 Information accessible to allInformation accessible to all Coherence in Information for Agricultural Researchg for Development Founding Partners and growing Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations and growing…..
  • 51. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 C it B ildiCapacity Building Partnership based e learning initiative www.imarkgroup.org Partnership-based e-learning initiative Oversight from the IMARK Steering Group Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
  • 52. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 Management of ElectronicManagement of Electronic Documents Di iti ti d Di it lDigitization and Digital Libraries Investing in Information forInvesting in Information for Development: Issues and Options Building ElectronicBuilding Electronic Communities and Networks Web2.0 and Social Media for Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Web2.0 and Social Media for Development
  • 53. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 Thank You For Your AttentionThank You For Your Attention Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
  • 54. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 M j f t ff ti i lt lMajor factors affecting agricultural information networks/systems Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
  • 55. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 Thematic Knowledge NetworksThematic Knowledge Networks Virtual communities of professional staff and collaborating centers with common interestscollaborating centers with common interests and objectives related to sustainable agriculture and food security built around priority areas. These networks aim to:  Strengthen links between communities of practitioners;  Allow individuals to gather and gain access to policy and technical i f tiinformation;  Facilitate sharing and exchange of complementary knowledge and resources; Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations resources;  Organize and create knowledge in ways that are flexible.
  • 56. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 What is NENAPGRN Designed to?What is NENAPGRN Designed to?  Prevent redundancy and duplication,  Create access to PGR information, knowledge,innovations,  E i k l d h i i PGR Ensure maximum knowledge sharing among various PGR institutes, programs and personnel on institutional national and regional levels andand regional levels, and  Provide enable environment for good coordination. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United NationsSIPP- KIMS: Saudi Integrated Production and protection Information Knowledge Management System
  • 57. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 Thematic Knowledge Networks  Share (one-many) Definitions FunctionsDevelopment Process  Store / Retrieve  Collaborate / Interact  Problem/Purpose/Benefits  Guidelines  Categories  Decide  Learn  Notify g  Functions  Resources: TKN Support Group  Notify  Support  Monitor Group  Workplan  Tools and methodologies Pil t t k l ti  Monitor Pilot network selection  Training  Implementation and analysis Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations p y  Upscaling
  • 58. Knowledge Management and Networking For Development – NENAPGRN CB Meeting 18– 0 Sept 2012 NENAPGRN Development Scenarios Development of a Dynamic Web-based Information and Knowledge Management System for PGR project  Duration: 24 months is required to develop an operational Dynamic Web Duration: 24 months is required to develop an operational Dynamic Web Information and Knowledge Management System and to build good information infrastructure.  Technical Support Service: TSS will be provided free of charge Technical Support Service: TSS will be provided free of charge  Training: 2 workshops are required to provide the required training.  Knowledge Sharing/Exchange and collaboration: would be available at good level. All information and knowledge will be managed and disseminated at central and distributed levels.  Social network, team work and ownership for contribution forSocial network, team work and ownership for contribution for sustainability will be feasible between project stakeholders and PPD.  Building capacity for disseminating information and knowledge will be strongly feasible Institutional Development would be introduced Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations strongly feasible. Institutional Development would be introduced.  Estimated Budget: 150 US$.