Our professional network aims to bring together practitioners and experts from all over the world to share knowledge, resources and experiences to improve the practice and results of capacity development.
Focus on Learning
Locally driven processes of learning by leaders, coalitions and other agents of change can drive institutional change that supports capacity development. This network evolved through a focus on learning and understanding how it can support results for capacity development.
Who Created this Network?
This network was created in June 2009 out of the forum, “Improving the Results of Learning for Capacity Building,” held in Washington, D.C. The forum was organized by the World Bank Institute and InWEnt Capacity Building International, Germany. The World Bank Institute's Capacity Development and Results Practice is the current administrator.
World Bank Institute Capacity Development and Results
The World Bank Institute aims to be a global facilitator of capacity development for poverty reduction, helping leaders, institutions, and coalitions address their capacity constraints to achieving development results.
The Capacity Development and Results Practice (WBICR) aims to foster better results from capacity development initiatives by the World Bank and its partners. WBICR provides advisory services, knowledge products, action research and knowledge sharing that inform and support the design and management of results-focused capacity development strategies, policies and programs.
With increased knowledge and implementation know-how, we can improve the design and management of results-focused capacity development globally.