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|Introduction to CDD 1 year ago||by 1411121|
|Myanmar CDD Staff Present Project Grievance Mechanism to other Project Management Units in the Country 10 months ago||by 1090283|
|What’s Next for Community-Driven Development in Afghanistan? 10 months ago||by 1411121|
|CDD What's happening volume 52 (June 2017) 10 months ago||by 1411121|
|Ukraine looks to community-driven development as potential solution to address displacement’s socio-economic impacts 9 months ago||by 1411121|
|How to Join and Enjoy CDD C4D - Final.pdf 9 months ago||by 1128994|
|Community-Driven Development - A Year in Review: 2017 9 months ago||by 1411121|
|Fall 2017 CDD Update 7 months ago||by 1550639|
|CDD Whats happening volume 53 (September 2017).pdf 6 months ago||by 1550639|
|CDD Whats happening volume 54 (October 2017).pdf 6 months ago||by 1550639|
|BBL Summary: CDD and Private-Sector Methodologies with TechnoServe 5 months ago||by 1550639|
|CDD What's Happening volume 55 (November 2017).pdf 5 months ago||by 1550639|
|CDD - A Year in Review FY17.pdf 4 months ago||by 1550639|
|CDD Whats happening volume 57 February 2018.pdf 2 months ago||by 1550639|
|CDD What's happening volume 58 March 2018 - final.pdf 1 month ago||by 1550639|
|CDD What's happening volume 59 April 2018.pdf 3 days ago||by 1550639|
|CDD Paper Guggenheim and Wong March 2018.docx 1 day ago||by 1550639|
Communities Lead Village Transformations in Myanmar
In Myanmar, people are in charge of choosing, designing, and implementing projects based on what they need most in their villages. See how making their own decisions—from building better schools to improving access to their villages—have made life in their communities better.
Rebuilding Social Infrastructure in Post-Conflict Sudan
The Community Development Fund was established in Sudan to bring basic services back to war-torn and neglected areas of the country and help build stability and peace. A new neighborhood health clinic in the small village of Tenna is providing health services to the local community and neighboring villages, saving families from traveling four hours to reach the nearest city.
Afghanistan's National Solidarity Program
In 2003, the new Afghan government launched an ambitious rural development initiative - The National Solidarity Program or NSP - to improve the lives of millions of Afghans. Founded on the principles of grassroots democracy, the NSP has channeled resources to communities to fund thousands of small projects developing irrigation, power, water supply and roads.