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KMAfrica 2009 Conference - FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
Q. On what dates does KMAfrica 2009 take place?
A. 4-7 May, 2009 Dakar, Senegal
Q. Where will KMAfrica2009 conference take place?
A. Le Meridien President Hotel, Pointe des Almadies BP, 8181, Dakar, Senegal Phone: (221)(33) 8696969. http://www.starwoodhotels.com/lemeridien/property/overview/index.html?pr...
Q. I would like to present a paper at KMAfrica2009 - how do I go about this?
A. Please send your abstract of between 100-500 words to firstname.lastname@example.org before 30th November 2008. Abstracts must include the following information:
Q. I would like to submit my abstract and my paper in French - is this possible?
A. Yes, please send your abstract or your paper in French to email@example.com
Q. What is the Theme for KMAfrica2009?
A. The Conference Theme for KMAfrica2009 is “Knowledge to Reposition Africa in the Global Economy”
Q. What are the conference Sub Themes for KMAfrica2009?
A. Sub-themes for KMAfrica2009 include:
Q. What are the conference 'tracks'?
The sub-themes will form ‘tracks’ according to which conference sessions will be organised. Papers dealing with cross cutting issues such as technology, institutional development and capacity building, human resource development, employment, infrastructure and IKS will be absorbed within the appropriate conference sub-themes.
Q. Who should consider presenting papers at KMAfrica2009?
A. Researchers, practitioners, private and public institutions, and civil society organizations seeking to influence the creation of new knowledge communities and networks across political and social borders in the rejuvenation of Africa are invited to participate. High quality submissions on all topics related to ‘Knowledge to Reposition Africa in the Global Economy’ are encouraged. Of particular relevance for the conference will be papers that explore how the application of knowledge management tools and techniques has impacted on development challenges in institutions, communities, civil society or enterprises. Interdisciplinary, applied and theoretical research findings that reflect best practice and lessons learnt relevant to Africa are sought.
Papers from women and the youth will receive special consideration. Research papers and papers that share practical experience/best practice/lesson learnt are especially invited.
Q. What additional topic areas will be considered?
A. Papers focussing on issues that are critical in Africa, such as food security, health, energy and transport, are welcomed.
What are the contact details of KMAfrica.com
A. email1 : firstname.lastname@example.org for general queries
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