Global Health Knowledge Collaborative

The Global Health Knowledge Collaborative (GHKC) is a community of practice of knowledge management (KM) professionals who work in global health, coming together in a collaborative forum. The goals of this community of practice are:
1) To serve as a platform to share ideas, effective KM approaches, and KM research findings; 
2) To support one another in implementing KM activities within global health projects and organizations; 
3) To document KM experiences and evidence in global health; 
4) To develop and promote KM-related products and services; and 
5) To advocate for the importance of KM for organizations and projects.

The GHKC began in 2010 under the name Knowledge Management Working Group, adopting the GHKC name in 2012. The group is currently co-chaired by the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (through the Knowledge SUCCESS Project) and University Research Co. LLC (through the USAID ASSIST Project). 

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