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    JK! Thanks glad you like the local economic deevlopment network of Africa site- the whole project was funded by SDC with contributions from other donors- but was undertaken at the request of local governments across Africa. Christian has done a good job indeed on the design of the web site- I hope you find the knowledge architecture and content helpful too, this is my part of the project, as well as facilitating the deevlopment of our social network.Our aim by the way, from the knowledge side, was to provide a critical mass of knowledge codified in such a way that it was useful to new and experienced practitioners. On the incentive to use, my first and quickest response is- this is the largest resource on local economic deevlopment in the public domain that is peer checked, unbiased and free- the least it will do is to save time on searching for methods, ideas, examples and practitioners- and we hope that will be enough to start an exchange with and between the community.As with any community, it takes a bit of effort to share knowledge and ideas (as I am doing now, and you do) but with a few people like us the network will grow, becoming increasingly more useful to practitioners on the ground we aim! You are right however, to really get experiences on the ground shared and understood we need to facilitate the deevlopment of our social network and facilitate knowledge sharing.I love the concept of sharing failed and bad practices also, but find few projects, donors or beneficiaries' who want their problems to be codified!Anyway, LEDNA is free to join, in our first 3 months we are nearly at 250 members from 54 countries across the globe- this is just the beginning, please keep your ideas and comments coming- we need to do all we can to reach grass roots, the web, virtual and even face-to-face communities of practice are in our plan- but we would welcome ideas on how we can improve at every level!Leave us a message on our home page- we promise o answer! Gwen Swinburn LEDNA Local Economic Development Adviser
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