Skip to Main Navigation

Digital Development Partnership (DDP)

The World Bank’s Digital Development Partnership helps developing countries leverage digital innovations to solve their most pressing challenges.

Digital Development Partnership brings public and private sector partners together to advance digital solutions and accelerate safe and inclusive digital transformation in developing countries. It catalyzes support to low- and middle-income countries in the articulation and implementation of digital development strategies and operational work programs across the following key areas: data and indicators, digital economy enabling environment, internet access for all, digital government, and mainstreaming digital services, solutions and platforms.

DDP was established in 2016 to help operationalize the 2016 World Development Report on Digital Dividends. As a reflection of the growing demand to support the client countries on cybersecurity agenda, the World Bank launched Cybersecurity associated fund as part of the broader DDP umbrella program in July 2021.

Find out more: