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We discuss how we share our inspiration and lessons learned with the world. It is about Share strategy, tools and platforms we use to reach out to 'the world'. ex: website, newsletter, brochure, logo, branding, emailing lists, etc.

Members: 32
Latest Activity: Apr 24, 2015


Spreading our approach through the website and Ning

Started by Laurence Gilliot. Last reply by Laurence Gilliot Feb 8, 2011. 5 Replies

Hello friends,One way to measure how Community Life Competence Process (CLCP) is spreading is to look at the traffic on our website and on Ning. Each month, I will share a little report on the…Continue

Tags: Ning, website

Tools we use to share

Started by Laurence Gilliot. Last reply by Ng Hui Xin Dec 17, 2010. 5 Replies

Friends,Let's share here the tools we use to 'share'. You can attach documents by clicking on the symbol of the blank sheet and attach images by clicking on the symbol of the image.Please explain…Continue

Tags: report, website, annual, newsletter, logo

Quelques outils de RDCCOMPETENCE

Started by Samuel Michael MUSEY Jun 23, 2010. 0 Replies

Voici le logo RDCCOMPETENCE, son dépliant et un exemplaire du bulletin d'informations.Nous vous invitons aussi à visiter notre site qui est en construction,…Continue

Share meetings: agenda and minutes

Started by Laurence Gilliot. Last reply by Emmanuel Mwale Jun 14, 2010. 2 Replies

Dear friends,Here are the draft minutes of the Share meeting of last Friday 4th of June. Does this reflect…Continue

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Comment by Rituu B. Nanda on December 11, 2012 at 2:51pm

Hi Share team,

please see this email which has a link to a manual on sharing!. It might interest you. Thanks to Lucie and Shalini for sharing it.

Warm regards,




Dear all:

ENRAP – a collaborative  effort of IFAD and IDRC – has been promoting knowledge networking among IFAD’s projects and partners in Asia                    over the last several years. Building capacity at regional, national and project level, to share knowledge has been key to integrating regular  knowledge sharing and management within IFAD operations. This process gained speed with the formation of a knowledge facilitator's (KF) group as a key connector in the IFAD network,comprising of IFAD's officers based in country offices. Their exposure to KS techniques led to a lot of excitement in working with new ways to enhance learning for better results in tackling poverty; and from country offices soon spread to projects and partners. Driving the learning and exchange process in Asia-Pacific, members of the KF group have been sharing share their insights on KM and KS processes to improve learning within and outside IFAD. This guide introducing KS tools and methods for facilitators was put together in response to their needs and as a result of their tremendous efforts. Over several months they provided inputs, tested methods in the field, piloted the draft version and provided feedback. Allison Hewlitt and Lucie Lamoureux held our hands through out this journey leading with their specialized understanding of learning and sharing methods.The guide is available at:

We hope others can learn from the exercise that went into developing this document and use the guide as needed. Recently MK4D a programme of IDS, Sussex used the document for their workshop in India.

Comments are welcome.


Shalini Kala

ENRAP Coordinator | ENRAP Coordonnateur

International Development Research Centre | Centre de recherches pour le développement international

Regional Office for South Asia and China| Bureau régional de l'Asie du Sud et Chine

208 Jor Bagh, New Delhi 110003, India  Inde

Comment by Rituu B. Nanda on June 28, 2012 at 1:56pm

A warm welcome to this group, Eric! Eric is a SALT facilitator from Burundi. He will provide support in French to the Share team. Thanks Eric for this offer. Look forward to working with you and learning from your experience.

Comment by Eric UWINTWAZA on June 28, 2012 at 10:36am

Great to be part of this group

Comment by Zenita Nicholson on May 7, 2012 at 5:05am

Friends, I also feel that FEEDBACK, which is a very important medium of TRANFERing  knowledge  and information is very vital. A small note in response to a writer makes them feel APPRECIATED , even in cases where there is nothing to add: just saying thank you goes a long way. Feedback provides the writer with:

  • knowledge of how he or she was received by their readers
  • what the readers would have LEARNT
  • the writer itself can also learn from the feedback received from the readers

And most importantly it STIMULATES and encourages the writer to stay engaged in the process and to continue on the wave of enthusiasm he or she may be riding at that time. All for now. Peace and Love Zenita

Comment by Zenita Nicholson on May 4, 2012 at 7:58am

Friends , I feel that how we share is also important, it needs to be naturally appealing, I feel how we put over the information is important as different ways appeal to different people, so I would like to suggest that if we are not already doing this that we incorporate a mixture of stories, facts, figures and some visuals.

Comment by Laurence Gilliot on August 25, 2011 at 11:16am

Hi friends,


I'm excited to share the results of the survey on the Share tools! Here is the report: Revisiting Share strategy


I wrote down my ideas at the end of the doc. I invite all of you to share your ideas based on the survey outcomes. I have specific questions for you:

-          One idea would be to merge the weekly digest and the newsletter into a simplified 'News from the Constellation'. What are your thoughts on this?

-          What should be the structure of this newsletter? Per issue (HIV, malaria, ARH, etc;) or separate news related to Constellation events from other postings?

-          Do we want to include all the postings (blogs, forum, announcements) in the newsletter or only some, to keep it short ?

-         Several members expressed they want the Main page on Ning to be structured like Facebook. Should we test it out and put the Activity feeds in the center of the Main page (instead of blogs)? 

-         Some country team like Belgium and Kenya now use Google calendar for their activities. Should we all use Google calendars or do we want to create an events page on Ning where everyone can add events? This means that the CST, Kenya and Belgium might need to update two calendars.


I welcome all your thoughts. 

Thanks team!




Comment by Rituu B. Nanda on June 17, 2011 at 5:08pm

Dear Friends,


I came across a blog on Sharing Knowledge and thought Share Global Team might find it interesting. Its dedicated to you, my dear friends.


Your reflections are welcome. Have a wonderful weekend.




Comment by Laurence Gilliot on February 8, 2011 at 6:11am

Hi friends,


I just posted an little annual report for 2010 about website and Ning. Check it out here. Your ideas are most welcome to improve our website and Ning!


Comment by Rituu B. Nanda on November 7, 2010 at 10:42pm
Dear Friends,

The Constellation is organising Community Action Day on 1 December 2010 or any date around late november or early December where facilitators can encourage the communities to meet, discuss their strengths and hopes, o do their self assessment and upload action plans and event photographs on the website.

Join the group to check out the tool kit, ask questions, share your self-assessment and action plan and connect with other communities around the world who participate in the event. You can join the group on:

Hope to see you there soon. Please share it with your teams and communities.

Warm regards,

Comment by Marion on July 13, 2010 at 7:46am
Dear friends,

I take the liberty of suggesting the use of Gantt Project. It is a cross-platform desktop tool for project scheduling and management. You may already know it. I think it is very well done. I received a training about this programme at the University, last year. It is quite easy to use, if I remember rightly.
I was reading some reports those days, with some charts and tables, and I remembered Gantt Project. It can be very useful, for planning your personal or professional projects. So I share about this tool, which may help some of you.

For more information, please follow the link:

Have a nice week !

I wish the best to all of you !!

Marion =)

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