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The World Bank Institute's Knowledge Exchange (WBIKE) practice is dedicated to supporting and equipping the World Bank’s frontline teams with resources to connect countries more systematically and effectively. Sharing knowledge and experiences among peers and partners in the global South is a key priority for many developing countries. Read More »

Government Officials Guide

In an inter-connected world, policymakers and development practitioners are eager to connect with peers in other countries who have overcome similar real-world challenges, learn from their experiences and build horizontal partnerships based on equity, trust, mutual benefit, and long-term relationships. Mounting evidence suggests that such exchanges can contribute to broadening development options, accelerating reforms and strengthening local ownership.

The Art of Knowledge Exchange Primer is for government officials and development practitioners who are involved in such knowledge exchanges. Identifying the right partners, planning for the exchange, making it happen and sharing the lessons can all be a major undertaking. This Primer takes the guesswork out of the process, by breaking the complexity of knowledge sharing lifecycle into simple steps and summarizing good practices.

Whether you are involved in the planning, funding, implementation, or evaluation of a knowledge exchange, look no further. Click here to access a step-by-step framework with concrete tips that can make your next knowledge exchange relevant and impactful. 

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