The Building of “Monuments”: Power, Accountability and Community Driven Development in Papua Province, Indonesia
Community Driven Development (CDD) is an aid delivery strategy that emphasises community control over planning decisions and investment resources. In light of convincing articulations of this approach, CDD programs have evolved and expanded rapidly within and outside the World Bank’s development agenda. While the CDD narrative remains appealing, a growing body of evidence suggest that CDD programs deliver less than promised. While agency-sponsored research...[Show more]
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