Knowledge Sharing

Knowledge sharing includes the process of generation, dissemination and utilization of knowledge.

Knowledge sharing is not just about making knowledge available. The real benefit of knowledge sharing is not achieved unless this knowledge is used and applied.
Purpose of Knowledge Sharing

The main purpose the “Knowledge Sharing on Peacebuilding” is to document and systematically share the acquired knowledge of CARE UJYALO team based on SECI model. During this 3 year’s period, staff and partners of UJYALO program have learned how every conceivable development approaches from civil society strengthening to income generating activities can be developed and implemented in such a way that it builds peace and harmony in the community and promotes non-violent resolution of conflict. Staff acquire extensive knowledge to facilitate skill building trainings e.g. in the topics – institutionalizing inclusive practices in community development work, peacebuilding and rights based approach in conflict affected areas, influencing decision making process at various levels, maximizing synergy efforts, applying Do No Harm, working with survivors of conflict, social and public audit, human rights, women’s human rights, conflict transformation, women and conflict, women and peace process, transitional justice, healing and reconciliation, gender based violence, reintegration, relationship building etc.

UJYALO is one of the first and largest peacebuilding programs in Nepal. It has made real impact in the lives of Nepalese who has been affected by conflict in different ways. Building on the strength of five collaborating organizations together working for a common goal in UJYALO program is a unique concept for Nepal. By working together, it has not only created good impacts through its synergy works-looking at the holistic development of its beneficiaries but it has also transferred wide knowledge of one organization to another. It has experiences working with different approaches to create favorable environment in the community to promote peace and harmony during the period of armed conflict and post conflict. CARE Nepal UJYALO team feels that the learning that it has acquired during the project period is very valuable and is important to be shared widely so that the ongoing and new projects can apply this knowledge in themselves and to it's broader participants. The Global Knowledge Sharing Fund has become a great support to quickly put together some of the valuable above learning's to share widely.

   
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Major Outputs
 
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Key Learnings
 
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Best Practices
 
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Challanges and Gaps
 
   
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Manuals
 
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Guideline
 
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IEC Material
 
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Study Reports
 
   
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An Introduction of WPA
 
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Profile of WPA
During this 3 year’s period, staff and partners of UJYALO program have learned how every conceivable development approaches from civil society strengthening to income generating activities can be developed and implemented in such a way that it builds peace and harmony in the community and promotes non-violent resolution of conflict. Staff acquire extensive knowledge to facilitate skill building trainings e.g. in the topics – institutionalizing inclusive practices in community development work, peacebuilding and rights based approach in conflict affected areas, influencing decision making process at various levels, maximizing synergy efforts, applying Do No Harm, working with survivors of conflict, social and public audit, human rights, women’s human rights, conflict transformation, women and conflict, women and peace process, transitional justice, healing and reconciliation, gender based violence, reintegration, relationship building etc.

CARE Nepal UJYALO team feels that the learning that it has acquired during the project period is very valuable and is important to be shared widely so that the ongoing and new projects can apply this knowledge in themselves and to it's broader participants. The Global Knowledge Sharing Fund has become a great support to quickly put together some of the valuable above learning's to share widely.
Flowing country offices are also working on peacebuilding .
   Selected Readings »
1. The Watchlist on Children and Armed Conflict strives to end violations against children in armed conflicts and to guarantee their rights.
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2. Knowledge Sharing at CARE refers to open and efficient sharing and use of the critical pieces of knowledge that enable CARE to increase its effectiveness in fighting poverty and social injustice.

3. The Peacebuilding Portal supports multilateral collaboration and networking on conflict prevention & peacebuilding by offering local, national, and international stakeholders a web tool to strengthen their work with each other and the United Nations and better respond to issues surrounding human security, peacebuilding & conflict.

4. The history of the Peace Secretariat is traced back to the different initiations made bye the then government of Nepal for the management of the peace process.
 

5. This study is part of the third strategic direction mentioned above. The study is part of the Partnership Programme Agreement between CARE International UK (CIUK) and DFID, which aims to strengthen CARE Nepal’s and its partners’ capacities to analyze and respond to conflict and to develop and communicate a guiding principle/framework for CARE Nepal’s engagement in peace building.