KNOW-HOW3000 News

The KNOW-HOW3000 News present posts from TAs, Sector- and Programme Coordinators and the Knowledge Management Team as well as other members of the KH3000 community about current activities and developments, gives personal insights into the projects and Partner Organisations, discusses technical topics, challenges and solutions concerning the daily life of TAs and partners and offers the opportunity to exchange experiences and knowledge. The news contents therefore specifically address the HORIZONT3000 knowledge community consisting of TAs, H3 staff, Partner Organisations and Member Organisations. Contents are presented in English and Spanish to effectively reach these target groups.

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  • Renate Sova: “They learn from each other as much as they learn from us.”

    Published: September 15, 2022; Recently, Renate Sova has begun a new chapter in her work with HORIZONT3000. On this occasion, we had a fascinating conversation about knowledge management put into practice and the upsides of a bad internet connection.

  • SDG 5: Gender Responsive Training in East Africa

    Published: September 7, 2022; To strengthen the capacity of our partners to be key agents in advancing gender equality and moving towards the realization of SDG 5 we organized 5 days of gender sensitive and responsive training in three countries.

  • Boucar Diouf on Rainwater Harvesting: “Sustainability depends on community dynamics”

    Published: August 22, 2022; Collected rainwater is one of the last sources of clean water in Fatick, Senegal. We talked with technician Boucar Diouf about his feelings on the ending of a long-time Rainwater Harvesting project, its impacts and future.

  • “We are home here” – The benefits of community-based life and practice for the work of NGOs

    Published: August 18, 2022; The Ugandan NGO “PALM Corps” has decided to set up a permanent office in a refugee settlement. It is slowly turning into “home” for people working there.

  • Sharing Event on Gender-Based Violence in Mozambique

    Published: April 27, 2022; In April a fruitful Sharing Event took place in Mozambique, where in total 60 participants shared and discussed different aspects of reaction, combat and prevention of gender-based violence and feminist policies.

  • Exchange Visit to El Salvador: We Went There to Learn

    Published: July 31, 2022; To exchange experiences and gain new knowledge for their participatory water management project "Salvaguarda", Colombian organisation "Conciudadanía" went on a fruitful visit to El Salvador. This is their story.

  • Mango, Banana, and Eucalyptus: Reforestation and Climate Action at YAAT, Mozambique

    Published: July 21, 2022; Young Africa Agri-Tech is an agricultural training centre for disadvantaged youths. We have recently put some emphasis on planting trees, as shade is badly needed. Trees also serve other useful purposes such as fruit production, sustainable land use, and biodiversity.

  • Interview Series: TA Report with Anne Terheggen

    Published: January 12, 2022; Anne Terheggen is a Technical Advisor in West Nile, Uganda at our partner organisation AFARD. She just entered her second year of assignment. Thanks to the interview I got very interesting insights into her work and the organisation, which I don't want to hold back from you.

  • Returnee Meeting 2021: A Space of Meaningful Encounters

    Published: December 15, 2021; On November 6, 2021 we celebrated the Returnee Meeting at the Gabrium close to Vienna. It was a remarkable event and I talked to Sabine Selinger, who organized the wonderful get together, about how she experienced it.

  • Diénabou Baldé: “Step up and make a difference”

    Published: December 1, 2021; I am currently visiting our partner region in Senegal. I want to share with you an interview with Diénabou Baldé from our partner organization OFAD about her work, the biggest challenges for women in the region, strategies to overcome them and even some very exciting success stories and her positive vision for the future.

  • Learning about Resource Mobilisation made easy!

    Published: November 29, 2021; Financial stability and income diversification are high-priority topics for our partner organisations worldwide. The East Africa region has taken up the demand for this topic.

  • Nutrition and Agriculture Projects with Refugee Communities

    Published: November 23, 2021; Uganda is one of the top refugee hosting countries in the world. More than half of the refugees fled from conflicts in South Sudan and are settled in the Northern Region of the country. Frontline staffers of PALM Corps that are engaged directly in work with refugee communities share some of their key experiences.

  • We cultivated our relationships like you water plants to make them grow

    Published: November 22, 2021; GROOTS Kenya initiated in partnership with HORIZONT3000 a project called “Money Power”. The project promotes and strengthens public participation of grassroots women, youth, marginalized and indigenous people in public finance management for effective service delivery and reduced social inequalities in the two counties of Muranga and Laikipia.

  • Insights from our Agricultural Training about Seed Production in Mozambique

    Published: November 18, 2021; On the 28 and 29 of October 2021 14 technicians from 4 Partner Organisations of HORIZONT3000 in Mozambique met to learn more about “Seed Production and Commercialization for smallholders”.

  • LeMuSiCa’s First Learning Visits

    Published: November 18, 2021; On November 3 and 4, LeMuSiCa conducted the first learning visits funded by HORIZONT3000's KNOW-HOW3000 programme. First, we visited the SOS Children's Village in Chimoio. On the second day, we got the chance to get to know the organisation Girl Child Rights and their hotline "Child Speaks". Read on to find out more about the two productive learning visits.

  • Announcement: KNOWLYMPICS 2022

    Published: November 15, 2021; We are announcing the next edition of our KNOWLYMPICS with a special interest focus: Agroecology in Times of Climate Change.

  • SUCCESS STORY: CASE MANAGEMENT IN MULTIDISCIPLINARY TEAMS

    Published: October 19, 2021; Rescue Dada Centre had to make sure that the staff would ‘turn to each other’ to commonly address what they all cared about – the lives of the former street connected girls and their families. A success story about change!

  • Interview Series – TA Report with Magdalena Schneidhofer

    Published: October 18, 2021; Magdalena Schneidhofer, TA at Justice Centre Uganda, talks about her experience as a TA and all of the goals achieved and the challenges faced together with her partner organisation.

  • Interview Series – Programme Report 2020: Mozambique

    Published: October 18, 2021; Elisabeth Moder, Programme Coorindator of Mozambique and Sector Coordinator of Human Rights and Civil Society, shares her point of view on the reports 2020 with us. We talked about suprises, lessons learned and highlights that came along with the report process.

  • LeMuSiCa: Valid legal situation – a brush-up

    Published: September 30, 2021; After having participated successfully in the KNOWLYMPICS2020 with the Good Practice: "Engaging men and boys in the fight against gender-based-violence", LeMuSica used the prize money to conduct a 3-day workshop.

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