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CDD Community of Practice

Welcome to the Community-Driven Development website!

We encourage you to check out all of the resources, documents, and discussions on the page. Sign up for our newsletter and stay in touch: cddgsg@worldbank.org.


Group Overview

The Community-Driven Development (CDD) Community of Practice is a dynamic, cross-disciplinary body of CDD practitioners, development partners, and other interested researchers from different countries and sectoral themes within and outside the World Bank. The Community of Practice (CoP) is facilitated by the secretariat anchored under the Social, Urban, Rural and Resilience Global Practice (GSURR) of the World Bank. This website was created for the CoP members across the world to exchange ideas and learn, access useful operational resources, nurture innovations, and strengthen and expand partnership and resource mobilization. It is meant to be a “living” site and welcomes your active participation and contributions!


Community Driven Development: A Year in Review – FY18

Dear friends and colleagues in the CDD Community of Practice, As we embark on FY19, we wanted to take a look back at our collective work over the past year, and say a big thank you to all of you that help to keep our community strong, resourceful and creative.  Your hard work and contributions are what makes the CDD CoP and GSG successful. The annual report for FY18 details the impressive work that we all did together over the past 12 months. Click here for the FY18 Annual Report.


Fourth Asia Pacific regional conference on community-driven development (CDD) in Colombo, Sri Lanka, April 2018

Connecting CDD Practitioners across Asia and the Pacific: Sharing Lessons and Fostering Innovation on Community Driven Development

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In April 2018, the Community Driven Development Global Solutions Group hosted the fourth Asia Pacific regional conference on community-driven development (CDD) in Colombo, Sri Lanka.  The four-day conference brought together 65 participants, including government delegations from 15 countries across the Asia Pacific region implementing CDD programs.  In addition, participants included Bank TTLs and resource persons from a range of Global Practices, as well as from outside the Bank.  The goal of the conference was to continue to deepen a regional peer exchange network begun in 2013, by reflecting on lessons learned, discussing recent innovations, and finding ways to apply lessons across different CDD programs. Click here for more information about the conference.


Empowering Myanmar's Rural Poor Through Community-Driven Development


Citizen Feedback Help Cambodia Improve Local Government Services

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