Capitalizing Knowledge, Connecting Communities (Ck2C) Final Report 2007-2013
The Capitalizing Knowledge, Connecting Communities (CK2C) program operated from October, 2007 to September, 2013. Originally conceived as a program with three components and a duration of 2 years, it blossomed into a 6-year program with four components. The program was diverse, but in essence consisted of natural resource management (NRM) impact assessments or stocktaking's, management of an online platform for NRM communities of practice (CoPs), environmental and NRM learning and training for USAID staff, and communications and learning support for USAID's Forestry and Biodiversity Office. CK2C conducted these activities via four main tasks: Task 1: Assessing and Analyzing Natural Resource Management Successes, Task 2: Web-based Tools for Building Capacity and Communities, Task 3: Environment and NRM Competency-based Training, and Task 4: Biodiversity Reporting and Communications1.