When will developing countries stop importing knowledge? (26)

9 October, 2018

Dear Obi,

Thank you for the point raised on "knowledge transfer" and the idea of presenting the problem in that perspective.

This concept of "Knowledge transfer" has always beaten my imagination. I may claim to have read enough/comprehensively about it but as of now i find it empty. I will be grateful if you could share substantive information on the concept which to the best of my knowledge is or has disappeared from the limelight( A least in the African countries perspectives). It has always appeared to me as one could also think of

"Brain transplant" for African! no, i don't believe it ! Knowledge is present everywhere without discrimination. It is about mastering your environment with the skills and knowledge inherited overtime as a legacy from previous generations.



Epidemiologist, Public Health Consultant.

Cameroon Society of Epidemiology

Yaounde, Cameroon.

Secretary General of Comite d'Ethique de la Recherche et de la Sante en Afrique Centrale (CERSAC)

" You cannot win a race focusing on the distance covered but on what lies ahead"

HIFA profile: Armand Seraphin Nkwescheu is a Public Health Consultant at the Cameroon Society of Epidemiology. Professional interests: Road traffic injury, Neglected Tropical Diseases with emphasis on snakebites and envenoming, Non communicable Diseases, Health systems and Development Evaluation. nkwesch AT yahoo.com