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Institutionalization of Community-Driven Development


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Over the past 10 years, many Community-Driven Development (CDD) programs have scaled up nationally.  As a result, several governments have begun to put in place various laws, regulations and policies institutionalizing to varying degrees CDD principles and practices. The World Bank’s CDD Global Solutions Group (CDD GSG) has received requests from World Bank country teams and government counterparts to help them learn from other countries’ experiences.

Responding to their requests, the CDD GSG has collected examples from 11 countries in Africa, South Asia, and East Asia and the Pacific, showcasing the development of laws, regulations, and policies that have been influenced by CDD programs or cases whereby CDD programs are helping to give meaning to existing laws. Countries include: Afghanistan, Benin, Cambodia, Ghana, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Mongolia, Philippines, Senegal, and Timor-Leste. Each country case study consists of three categories: (1) country brief; (2) laws, policies and regulations; and (3) background documents.

This is an evolving exercise, and we plan to cover cases from other regions in the future. If you wish to contribute a country case or have questions, please contact the CDD Global Solutions Group (Kaori Oshima: koshima@worldbank.org).

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

The production and compilation of the information contained in this webpage for the Institutionalization of Community Driven Development study were carried out by Megumi Makisaka and Susan Wong from the World Bank CDD Global Solutions Group. We wish to thank our colleagues who contributed to the development and production of this important set of knowledge pieces. Contributors include: Charles Annor-Frempong, Hans Antlov, Erdene Ochir Badarch, Demba Balde, Andrew Beath, Victor Bottini, Sean Bradley, Samuel Clark, John Van Dyck, Patricia Fernandez, Christopher Finch, Andrew Goodland, Susanne Holste, Yacouba Konate, Abdu Muwonge, Maria Loreto Padua, Jonas Ingemann Parby, Janelle Plummer, Janmejay Singh, Makiko Watanabe, and Fara Zahir.
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OVERVIEW TABLE OF THE COUNTRY CASE STUDIES

- COUNTRY CASE STUDIES (in alphabetical order): 

Afghanistan - Country Brief | Laws, Policies, and Regulations | Background Documents

Benin - Country Brief | Laws, Policies, and Regulations | Background Documents

Cambodia - Country Brief | Laws, Policies, and Regulations | Background Documents

Ghana - Country Brief | Laws, Policies, and Regulations | Background Documents

India - Country Brief | Laws, Policies, and Regulations | Background Documents

Indonesia - Country Brief | Laws, Policies, and Regulations | Background Documents

Kenya - Country Brief | Laws, Policies, and Regulations | Background Documents

Mongolia - Country Brief | Laws, Policies, and Regulations | Background Documents

Philippines:

Senegal - Country Brief | Laws, Policies, and Regulations | Background Documents

Timor-Leste - Country Brief | Laws, Policies, and Regulations | Background Documents






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