KnowHow 2006 Podcast


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Episode 4: Ireen Dubel - about donors and working together

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Episode 4: Ireen Dubel
about donors and working together

We interviewed Ireen Dubel from the Humanist Institute for Development (HIVOS) based in Neatherlands, and working since 1968 (2006-1968 sum more than 40 years for the interviewer :-) Efficient support means understanding of what is important to be supported. Getting to information and learning how to use it, needs women to meet face to face, to evaluate and keep doing homework.

  • Beliefs of the Institute. A sustainable future, responsible citizenship.
  • Supporting KnowHow...
  • North and South.
  • Connections between organisations - The local and the international.
  • We need to meet face to face...
  • Learn to access information. Learn to use it.


Episode 3: Lin McDevitt-Pugh and Ruth Ojiambo Ochieng, A baby called KnowHow

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Episode 3: Lin McDevitt-Pugh and Ruth Ojiambo
A baby called KnowHow

The KnowHow Podcast interviews Lin, the dreamer who dreamt KnowHow, and Ruth, one of KnowHow's engines from

The way women gain power and face to gender equality. The story from Amsterdam and before, to the present. How these conferences are also about evaluation, and, of course, a peek to the birth of KnowHow and to wonderful ideas within...

  • KnowHow, a dream amidst librarians.
  • No more squared rooms.
  • Women must come together.
  • Information empowers, despite you are educated or not.
  • Achievements of 3 conferences (and beyond).
  • Forget the indigenous, forget about you.
  • Why Mexico... why Mexico...
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