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Horizontal Learning enables local governments to connect with each other to identify, share and replicate the good practices of their peers.

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The Horizontal Learning Program is a Union Parishad led peer-to-peer learning initiative facilitated by the government of Bangladesh and supported by development partners. The HLP seeks to complement conventional efforts to strengthen the capacity of the UPs through a process of appreciative inquiry with peer-to-peer learning. The program is based on the assumption that capacities already exist and that networking peers around good practices can enable those practices to be identified and replicated to influence policies.

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KIM-UNU; Knowledge, Integration and Management Platform developed by the United Nations University and being shared with the World

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KIM-UNU, “Knowledge Integration and Management – United Nations University” is the name of the technology platform developed by UNU-INWEH in partnership with the Centre for Community Mapping (COMAP) The platform is broadly divided into 3 integrated components;

1) A relational database for document, map, photo, video, and spatial information upload combined with a powerful database management system to locate and extract the information;

2) A suite of leaning and communication tools to both facilitate live interaction between users and capture and save imparted knowledge back into the system, and;

3) A user-friendly web portal.

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