Community-led development (CLD) is a complex human change process. Join us as we dive into the Movement for Community-led Development’s State of CLD Programming report to understand what organizations are doing when they say they are implementing community-led development programs. Which characteristics are most prevalent in this work and which areas need more emphasis? How are these programs being funded? How does the practice change with program duration and context?
This groundbreaking report, which was developed by a collaborative research with a team of 35 Program and Monitoring, Evaluation, Research and Learning Specialists from 23 organizations, answers these and other questions critical to improving the implementation and sustainability of community-led programming based on a study of 173 programs across 65 countries.
Ruth Meinzen-Dick, Senior Research Fellow, IFPRI Speakers
Holta Trandafili, Research, Learning and Analytics Manager, World Vision USA Gunjan Veda, Senior Advisor, Global Collaborative Research (MCLD) Martha Cruz Zuniga, Chair of Economics, Catholic University Discussants
Scott Guggenheim, Adjunct Professor, Global Human Development (GHD), Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University Neha Kumar, Senior Research Fellow, IFPRI Moderator
Charlotte Hebebrand, Director of Communications and Public Affairs, IFPRI