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  • Co-creating a peer learning platform for nursing education in Berlin-Brandenburg

    Konnektiv developed KOPA (Cooperation in nursing education Berlin-Brandenburg) – an expanding peer learning platform on the topic of generalist nursing education that adapts to the needs of practical training providers and nursing schools in Berlin and Brandenburg. Konnektiv applies design thinking principles to co-create this user needs driven solution.

  • Principles for Digital Development

    Konnektiv is an official endorser of the Principles for Digital Development, a set of guidelines meant to help tech-enabled international development programs become more effective and sustainable. As an endorser of the Principles for Digital Development, we seek to embody the concepts of the Digital Principles, represented in our work culture…

  • Make-IT Ecosystem Accelerator in East & West Africa

    Overseeing the concept phase of the development and implementation of an accelerator in Kenya and Nigeria, Konnektiv assessed the gaps and needs in services for startups, developed a modular and sustainable portfolio of activities and formats to address these identified needs, and devised a plan to test the formats with the local partners…

  • Training Concept for Computer Science Teachers in Kabul

    To help develop a new national education strategic plan for the Afghan Ministry of Education, Konnektiv was contracted by the GIZ to create a concept for computer science education and teacher training on IT fundamentals. Focusing on three Kabul-based model-schools and in collaboration with local consultant, Konnektiv developed and adapted…

  • Innovative Digital Formats for Information Tours

    The Goethe-Institut Visitors Programme organises information tours to Germany on behalf of the Federal Foreign Office and in cooperation with the liaison offices of Goethe-Institut abroad. Konnektiv was contracted to assist in improving the internal processes and design of the information tours by examining how they could be supplemented and enhanced through…

  • Study: Social Media and Political Participation

    This study provided an overview of a number of potential uses of ICT in political participation in the development context. The potentials, limitations, and risks of using social media to improve citizen participation were identified. Ten case studies were presented to demonstrate the bandwidth of use of social media for political participation offering insight into different forms…