Learning with impact
Our approach to capacity development and learning
Knowledge, competencies and motivation can inspire individuals to become not only change makers but game changers in their organisations and societies.
However, individuals, no matter how capable, can be change makers only if their organisations are ready and willing to change with them. At Danida Fellowship Centre, we therefore focus on holistic learning programmes and processes that engage with the organisational leadership, and support ongoing change processes.
Our learning programmes are designed to focus on usability and applicability through exposure visits, project work, peer-to-peer discussions, action planning, and post-course mentoring and follow-up. Thereby we can contribute to those skills, knowledge, mindsets – and actions – that will facilitate actual organisational change and develop results.
It is not just about learning for the individual participants but about organisational and societal change.
HOW TO BRING KNOWLEDGE INTO ACTION
Sharing knowledge and transforming it into action, does not happen by itself. It requires facilitation and a concerted effort. Danida Fellowship Centre therefore pays extra attention to how the skills and capacities can be transformed into action. Have a look at the ways Danida Fellowship Centre can help you bring your knowledge into action.
Science engagementPromoting science engagement to bring research knowledge into action.
Next Step NetworkingDanida Fellows Network – the power of partnership in bringing knowledge into action.
Communication as a driver for uptakeCommunication is more than storytelling, it is as driver for uptake and impact.
Danida Fellowship Centre’s StrategyRead our strategy for Knowledge into Action, 2021-25 here.
BRING KNOWLEDGE INTO ACTION
The global challenges of today call for knowledge sharing and collaboration across countries, sectors, and disciplines. Solutions must be found through the joint efforts of many different stakeholders such as communities, the private sector, civil society, public authorities, policy makers and academia.Go to knowledge in action