Knowledge Sharing Program
The Knowledge Sharing Program (KSP) is a knowledge-intensive development cooperation program designed to share Korea’s development experience with partner countries. This includes policy research, consultation and capacity building tailored to the partner countries’ needs and circumstances. Since the launch of KSP in 2004, KDI has played a pivotal role as implementing agency with extensive research experience in policy formulation and execution during the course of Korea’s economic growth. With the establishment of CID in 2010, it has contributed to the improvement of KSP through systematic management of planning, project management, and monitoring & evaluation. As Korea’s leading knowledge sharing platform, CID creates a synergy by conducting research and joint projects with international organizations.
For more information on KSP, please visit the KSP website (www.ksp.go.kr).