The Center for International Development (CID) is dedicated to the enhancement of development cooperation by providing consultations and sharing in-depth regional and sectoral research outputs. CID is also building partnerships with governments, development agencies, institutions and the private sector to carry out joint projects and enhance the impact of its development cooperation activities.
CID is supporting the establishment of Korea’s strategy for development cooperation through the analysis of the global development trends and related policies. To improve the quality and the effectiveness of Korea’s development cooperation activities, CID is concentrating on sharing regional and sectoral development insights from in-depth research.
CID has conducted numerous policy consultations and capacity building programs to more than 89 partner countries on a wide range of economic and social issues in particular to respond to the rapid changes in the post-era of COVID-19 and the needs on economic recovery and resilience through the Knowledge Sharing Program (KSP). CID has also delivered integrated, multi-sectoral consultations to help build infrastructure, and introduce smart technologies through the Economic Innovation Partnership Program (EIPP).
CID is building partnerships with multilateral development banks, international organizations, governments, and other institutions to carry out joint projects and enhance the impact of its development cooperation activities.
CID provides numerous opportunities to expand the global knowledge network by hosting international conferences and forums for experts, international development players and practitioners which yield outcomes to support key sectors in the global development agenda.