It started as an internet-based tool for coordinating activities of the IBP Initiative. Find out how...
health and development workers who can find the information they need,
knowledge, and build on collective experience to do their work more
To catalyze and sustain global and local health and development networks to improve access to information and promote the exchange of effective practice and experience through use of innovative technology.
Maggie Usher Patel, WHO/RHR
"The Knowledge Gateway tools and methodologies are providing to be a best practice for supporting virtual knowledge networks around the world."
Elizabeth Westley, ICEC
"The Knowledge Gateway software is a tremendous tool for the International Consortium for Emergency Contraception: it allows us to communicate efficiently with over 1000 people around the world, organize multiple sub-communities for news sharing, and at the same time fosters a “small group” feeling for our committees.”
Neil Pakenham-Walsh Coordinator, Health Information for All by 2015 (HIFA2015)
"The IBP Knowledge Gateway has the potential to bring all stakeholders together to help address the world's most important health challenges, thereby contributing to the achievement of the Millenium Development Goals and Health for All."