The Scoping sub-group was created to answer the following questions:
- What is CLD and how does it appear during the lifecycle of a program?
- What is the current state of CLD programming?
The group has created a CLD Assessment Tool for self, peer, or participatory review and developed a landscape of CLD practice based on 170+ programs across 65 countries.
The Scoping group used a process of inductive reasoning to identify the most important elements of community-led development. Using practitioner experience and literature reviews, the group agreed upon 11 characteristics of CLD. In an examination of how these characteristics appear in program life-cycles, the Scoping group designed the CLD Assessment Tool to enable self, peer or participatory review of CLD programs.
Research lead: Gunjan Veda, Movement for Community-led Development
Group Members (in alphabetical order):
- CHAIR: Holta Trandafili, World Vision
- Alexis Banks, Root Change
- Alison Carlman, GlobalGiving
- Brigitta Bode, Institute for State Effectiveness
- Diana Delgadillo, The Hunger Project Mexico
- Elene Cloete, Outreach International
- Janet Edmond, Conservation International
- Julie Carandang, (formerly) Nuru International
- Martha Cruz Zuniga, Catholic University of America
- Nelly Mecklenburg, Institute for State Effectiveness
- Randy Lyness, Global Communities
For further information on the scoping group or to provide feedback on the tool, please write to email@example.com
- Learn more about the work of the scoping group, major findings from the research and methodology here
- A quick presentation on the learnings from the Research
- Download the 11 characteristics of CLD: English or French
- State of CLD Programming Report (coming Soon)
View the launch of the tool in November 2020: