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Development Communication (DevComm)

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The Development Communication Division (DevComm) supports the Bank's mission of reducing poverty by providing clients with strategic communication advice and tools they need to develop and implement successful projects and pro-poor  reform efforts .

Development communication involves creating mechanisms to broaden public access to information on reforms; strengthening clients' ability to listen to their constituencies and negotiate with stakeholders; empowering grassroots organizations to achieve a more participatory process; and undertaking communications act ivities tlogo hat are grounded in public opinion research.  

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Communicating the Impact of Communication for Development: Recent Trends in Empirical Research

Last updated: 2008-08-04




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