According to the World Bank, ‘networks of think tanks can provide an extremely effective mechanism for learning and innovation, and enable collaboration beyond the usual institutional, cultural, and functional boundaries of an organization’. Larger impact and results are produced when key partners and stakeholders share the same vision, leverage their comparative advantages, and generate a sense of joint mission towards established goals.
CHDI will continue to seek and build partnerships with effective institutions and individuals in Nepal, throughout the region, and the world. Some of the key affiliations that are under discussion and shaping up include:
- World Bank, Washington D.C. - Research, Surveys, Randomized Control Trials, Joint workshops
- Results for Development, Washington D.C. - Joint Program in Support of Innovators
- Twaweza, Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania (TBC) - Learning Assessments and Citizen Engagement
- George Washington University, Washington D.C. - Student Exchanges
- Georgetown University - Student Exchanges, Faculty Exchanges, and Support for the School of Public Policy
- Interdisciplinary Analysts - Joint Research, Surveys, Citizen Engagement