I wuld like to introduce you to the The Knowledge Management for Development Journal (KM4DJournal)
The KM4D Journal offers peer-reviewed practice-based cases, analysis and research concerning the role of knowledge in development processes, and provides a forum for debate and exchange of ideas among practitioners, policy makers academics and activists world-wide.
By challenging current assumptions, it seeks to stimulate new thinking and to shape future ways of working.
The journal is strongly related to the KM4Dev community of practice but aims to promote KM knowledge and approaches in the wider professional development community.
It has been around for around for about 15 years. It is open access and published online on the OJS platform. Some years ago, it was published briefly in hard copy by Routledge.
It is entirely voluntary - the Editor-in-Chief, Sarah Cummings, and a small editorial board keep it going.