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Friday, August 04, 2006 

Community Driven Development, and the Fight against Corruption

In a recent press release by the World Bank, Community Driven Development (CDD) has been depicted as a major tool to facilitate and increase participation at grass-roots levels, an archetype trying to reposition decision-making in development planning and investments.
This framework which emphasizes a traditional top-down approach for monitoring exercises is hailed as an innovative conceptual structure that will create enough rooms to address governments’ accountability, and their relationships with members of civil society, and citizensat large…..

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