Community-driven development: does it build social cohesion or infrastructure? A mixed-method evidence synthesis
In community-driven development (CDD) programmes,
community members are in charge of identifying, implementing
and maintaining externally funded development projects. CDD
programmes have been implemented in low- and middle-income
countries to fund the building or rehabilitation of schools, water
supply and sanitation systems, health facilities, roads, and other
kinds of public infrastructure. They have also been used to
fi nance private cash transfers to individual households
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