Center for Global Development

For General Operating Support

The Center for Global Development is an independent "think and do tank" that works to reduce global poverty and inequality. The Center melds rigorous research with strategic communications and engagement with the policy community aimed at influencing policy change in areas such as foreign aid, trade, debt, migration, climate change, global health, and education. During this grant period, the Center expects to place particular attention on informing and shaping the evolving global development agenda, including the next round of global development goals to be agreed upon by the international community in 2015; and encouraging innovations in development finance instruments.
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The Center for Global Development is an independent, nonpartisan think tank that works to reduce global poverty and improve lives through economic research that drives better policy and practice by the world’s top decision makers. The center’s research and policy engagement are structured around five program areas: U.S. and U.K. development policy initiatives; global health policy; migration, displacement, and humanitarian policy; sustainable development finance; and technology and development. The center has headquarters in Washington, D.C., and a London-based Europe office.

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