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Submitted by simon_milligan on October 13, 2006 - 2:40pm.
I will shortly be tasked to assist a DFID-funded good governance programme develop a dissemination strategy that will capture the learning, experience and expertise developed through the programme's activities to ensure that others can learn from them in the future. With the programme having run for about 6 years there's a large number of reports (200+) and it's inevitable that many will only be read by a handful of people and most are probably sitting on shelves gathering dust. I suspect that this must be a common feature of a large number of donor-funded initiatives that require the assistance of a large number of short-term consultants. I'd be interested to see if there are "best practice" guidelines or thoughts - DFID or otherwise - about how best programme's/projects can document the key successes and approaches in a structured way, and communicate such with a number of distinct stakeholders.
Any suggestions or pointers to online documentation would be most welcomed.
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