Knowledge takes center stage in Sustainable Development. It is resource prime option for any
citizen, organization or company, public body, government and finally the United Nations in
achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Knowledge Management is intended to support
SDGs by offering an integrated information framework issues that directly affect SDGs achievement.
This provides a view of the social and economic meaning of knowledge in which it is possible to
harness the transformative understanding for the creation of inclusive, pluralistic information
Using desk reviews of relevant literature, the paper identifies ways of advancing Knowledge
Management strategies for achieving the sustainable development goals in Africa along three main
objectives. In order to achieve the SDGs by 2030 with the required evidence in Africa, the papers
suggest that policy makers at all levels need to consider capacity building in Knowledge Management,
institutionalizing Knowledge Management products as well as implementing Knowledge Management
products in alignment with the sustainable development goals.