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Community Driven Development Series

Policymakers and the international community continue to struggle with how to deliver essential services, particularly in fragile states, in the context of violent conflict, inequality, pervasive corruption, and weak institutions. Community Driven Development (CDD), which…

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Data in Government

The massive proliferation of data has fundamentally changed the systems of modern governance and development. Leveraging sustainable and cohesive data ecosystems, and understanding the limits of data’s use, are unique challenges for country-led transformations that…

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Securing Stability Through Peace Agreements

The recent increase in the number of major global conflicts calls for a re-examination of how such violence can end and how peace can be sustained. Although peace agreements have a mixed historical success, their…

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State Function: Security
Insight & Analysis: Fragility & Peace
Who Cares About Development Risk?

A general view appears to be that development and fiduciary risks are “two sides of the same coin and cannot be usefully be separated”. This Development Practice Note argues that they are different, and that…

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What Determines the Quality of Public Finance Systems?

Why do some ministries of finance around the world consistently deliver good results, while others cannot make much progress? This Development Practice Note looks at the three most common answers to that question, and explains…

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For more on ISE’s work on CDD/CLD see here

ISE is working with the Movement for Community Led Development, and community-led organizations globally to collate and share ways in which CLD and CDD have been responding to the primary and secondary effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.

All over the world, we are reminded that communities are the first responders in any crisis. During this difficult time, they are coming together to share accurate information, detail precautionary measures, set up hand washing stations, and collect and distribute relief. In this way, they are supporting stretched government responses, building connections and taking collective action, and helping mitigate the social, economic, and health impacts of the crisis.

Sharing examples of the quick mobilization and innovation by communities and CLD/CDD organizations help showcase what can happen when communities are at the center of development and will allow people to learn from one another.

Please fill in an action you have supported or seen here.

Please fill one form per innovation/action/example.

 

Image courtesy of Movement for Community Led Development.

ISE Director Clare Lockart and Brookings Interim Vice President & Director Homi Kharas are interviewed on the sidelines of the World Bank’s 2018 Fragility Forum.