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HIV/AIDS. Phayao, Thailand HIV seroprevalence among 21 year old men199119921993199419951996 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 HIV Seroprevalence, % 200220001998.

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1 HIV/AIDS

2 Phayao, Thailand HIV seroprevalence among 21 year old men HIV Seroprevalence, %

3 What have we learnt? Effective responses to HIV/AIDS are people- driven, not commodity driven Progress hinges on local partnerships There is horizontal sharing of AIDS- competence from community to community Facilitative, catalytic leadership empowers people to find their own solutions

4 Managing Knowledge? “The idea is not to create an encyclopaedia of everything that everybody knows, but to keep track of people who ‘know the recipe’, and nurture the technology and culture that will get them talking” Arian Ward, Hughes Space & Communications Capturing Connecting

5 Knowledge in people and networks Knowledge Asset BP’s knowledge management framework Individuals & Teams Goals Results Using Knowledge Using Knowledge Learn during Learn after Learn before $

6 After Action Reviews - Learning during Four Simple Questions: What was supposed to happen? What actually happened? Why was there a difference? What can you learn from it? Col. Ed Guthrie, US Army 15 minute team debrief, conducted in a “rank- free” environment.

7 Self Assessment Self Assessment Facilitative Environment Knowledge Sharing Knowledge Sharing Knowledge Capture Knowledge Capture Peer Assist eWorkspace People Connector Something to Learn Something to Share Measure improvement Knowledge Assets Managing the flow of knowledge Response

8 Self Assessment of AIDS Competence

9 Level 5 -We recognise our own strength to deal with the challenges and seek others for mutual support and learning. Level 4 -We acknowledge openly with others our concerns about HIV/AIDS and the challenges it represents for us. Level 3 -We recognise that HIV/AIDS is a problem for us and we discuss it amongst ourselves Level 2 -We recognise that HIV is a problem. Level 1 -We know the basic facts about HIV/AIDS. 5 levels of competence – Acknowledgement and Recognition

10 Self Assessment of AIDS Competence

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13 Mae Chan Acknowledgement Care and Change Inclusion Vulnerable groups Learning and transfer Measuring change Adapting Ways of working Mobilising resources Level River Diagram

14 Mae Chan Acknowledgement Care and Change Inclusion Vulnerable groups Learning and transfer Measuring change Adapting Ways of working Mobilising resources Level Current levels for Mae Chan community

15 Mae Chan Acknowledgement Care and Change Inclusion Vulnerable groups Learning and transfer Measuring change Adapting Ways of working Mobilising resources Level Levels for other communities too

16 Mae Chan Acknowledgement Care and Change Inclusion Vulnerable groups Learning and transfer Measuring change Adapting Ways of working Mobilising resources Level Range of Current levels

17 Mae Chan Acknowledgement Care and Change Inclusion Vulnerable groups Learning and transfer Measuring change Adapting Ways of working Mobilising resources Level Mae Chan levels plotted on range – “the river”

18 Mae Chan Acknowledgement Care and Change Inclusion Vulnerable groups Learning and transfer Measuring change Adapting Ways of working Mobilising resources Level “Banks” of the river

19 Mae Chan Acknowledgement Care and Change Inclusion Vulnerable groups Learning and transfer Measuring change Adapting Ways of working Mobilising resources Level Target levels

20 Something to learn, something to share Match making to put those with something to learn in touch with those with something to share via a Peer Assist meeting or an electronic forum. Something to share Something to learn GAP Acknowledgement & Recognition 5 Mbarara 4 3 Pallisa Busia Kibaale 2 Rakai Arua 1 Moroto Gap between current and target level Current level

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23 What you know in your context What I know in my context "...the politics accompanying hierarchies hampers the free exchange of knowledge. People are much more open with their peers. They are much more willing to share and to listen.” Lord John Browne Peer Assists – Learning before doing Action What we both know What’s possible?

24 A few more What are the top ten things I need to know? Where can I get more detail? What can I re-use? Who can I talk to? What are the top ten things I need to know? Where can I get more detail? What can I re-use? Who can I talk to? Even more Still More More Lessons Lessons Learned Lessons Learned Knowledge Assets

25 Context and detail – where and when you need it… “ “ “ “ 10 key things Stories & quotes Lessons learned - detail Contact No. “ We sorted our knowledge and it was much ……”

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27 Self Assessment Self Assessment Facilitative Environment Knowledge Sharing Knowledge Sharing Knowledge Capture Knowledge Capture Peer Assist eWorkspace People Connector Something to Learn Something to Share Measure improvement Knowledge Assets Managing the flow of knowledge Response

28 To find out more……. or “Learning to Fly” from Amazon.com


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