PAHO/WHO Cuba – Experiences and Good Practices Developed at the Local Level: How to Systematize Them? A Methodological Proposal

Equipo de Gestión del Conocimiento de OPS/OMS en Cuba (CGIC): Roxana González, Coordinadora del CGIC; Liliana Jiménez; Amparo Zequeira

Equipo de Gestión del Conocimiento de OPS/OMS en Cuba (CGIC): Roxana González, Coordinadora del CGIC; Liliana Jiménez; Amparo Zequeira

The Knowledge Management team of PAHO/WHO Cuba works in support and coordination with the National Center for the Health Promotion and Education on the development of a methodological guide on how to systematize good practices. The present document is intended as a methodological guide for all those interested in systematizing experiences.

Its preparation answers to the desire of the Pan American Health Organization, PAHO/WHO, both to know and share the experiences and good practices carried out in the municipalities under decentralized technical cooperation, and to facilitate the systematization of experiences in which can be identified lessons learned, challenges, and good practices carried out during the implementation period; as well as to share learning, identify achievements and challenges, and, why not, to search for resources for its sustainability.

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2 Responses to “PAHO/WHO Cuba – Experiences and Good Practices Developed at the Local Level: How to Systematize Them? A Methodological Proposal”

  1. Sonia Mey says:

    Gracias por compartir y felices fiestas a todo el quipo de KMC en Cuba!

    Abrazos, sonia

  2. Agradecerìa su colaboraciòn en enviarme correos y /o la forma de comunicarme con estas personas en Cuba; es muy enriquecedor para neustra organizaciòn, porfundizar màs en el conocimento de procesos de sistematizaciòn de experiencias y su metodologia.

    Anabella Cueto A
    HABITAT PARA LA HUMANIDAD COLOMBIA
    acueto@hphcolombia.org

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