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Center for International Development

The Center for International Development engages in research and knowledge sharing activities including capacity and institution building with developing partner countries through the Knowledge Sharing Program (KSP).

Center for International Development
(CID)
Promoting Development Cooperation by Sharing Knowledge and Policy Expertise
The center leads Korea’s drive to promote international development cooperation. It serves as a knowledge hub for sharing Korea’s development experience, delivering policy consultations and capacity building initiatives. With its international network of experts and practitioners, the center strives to support the global development agenda.

Scope of Research and Activities
• Research into international development cooperation
• Design, implementation, and evaluation of Knowledge Sharing Program (KSP) and other policy consultation activities
• Joint research and partnership with international organizations, governments, and institutions
• In-depth studies of Korea’s development experiences
• Regional and country-specific studies
Knowledge
Sharing Program
(KSP)
The Center for International Development (CID) at KDI was established to contribute to the global prosperity by sharing Korea’s development experience and advising developing countries and transition economies on effective policy formulation and implementation. To this end, CID plans and executes the Knowledge Sharing Program(KSP) while building partnerships with international organizations and the private sector. CID also endeavors to propose directions for Korea’s development cooperation by conducting research on different regions and policy areas.