This annotated bibliography aims to review the current literature on knowledge management (KM) and organisational learning, particularly in relation to the international development field. Due to the substantial amount already written on these issues, this paper does not present yet another guideline on 'how to do KM'. Instead, it primarily aims to review the current literature in order to map out the rationale and objectives of KM and learning within international development, and to identify gaps and emerging themes that will be of special interest to development actors and agencies.
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