Our Interventions

Experience has shown that when given clear and transparent rules, access to information, and appropriate technical and financial support, poor communities can effectively organize to identify community priorities and address local problems by working in partnership with local organizations and other institutions to build smallscale infrastructure and deliver basic services. The approach of partnering with communities and local units of government, including putting resources under the direct control of community groups, has led to the efficient delivery of basic services, and when sustained over time, measurable reductions in poverty, particularly among the poorest populations and communities.....World Bank CDD