Welcome to Collaboration For Development (C4D)

A secure social collaboration platform focused on development issues, hosted by the World Bank. C4D enables online brainstorming, consultations, discussions, knowledge-sharing and learning among people working on similar topics — from education to mega-disasters.

image

Incubating Innovation for Rural Electrification

Target Audience: The target audience for this CoP will be the following: private, public and non-governmental sectors’ actors working in ...

image

Russia ECFS

Target Audience: experts and practitioners in food security.

image

Efficient, Clean Cooking and Heating

Target Audience: Practitioners and experts in clean cooking and heating solutions.

image

Caribbean Open DRI Community

Target Audience: Practitioners and IT experts from the Caribbean region.

HELLO!

Welcome to our Collaboration for Development (C4D) Platform. This new C4D Platform hosts and co-hosts over 100 external, social collaboration Groups, Communities of Practice (CoPs), Subgroups, and Online Collaboration Spaces. The C4D hosts thousands of members and over one million visitors annually from all over the globe. Our focus is on strengthening Connections, Collaboration, and Communications between World Bank Group staff and non-World Bank colleagues on a wide range of timely and topical global, regional, and local development issues.

Visitors can view content in our “Public” Groups. We encourage visitors to become “Members” of C4D, this allows them to add content to the groups, to reply, comment, share and learn, in short, to become an active participant in collaborative dialogue. Members can join one or more “Public” Groups or ask to join “Private” Groups. The community Managers/Moderators will determine who can join a “Private” Group. Some are restricted to a targeted set of practitioners. Others are more open to new member requests.

Please sign up for a C4D account and then start discovering and exploring the groups.



GUIDELINES FOR GENERAL USE

C4D is a community of communities where development practitioners collaborate around projects, share and discuss knowledge, crowd source ideas and work together to end extreme poverty and increase shared prosperity.

C4D is a professional, multi-cultural environment with common goals. While using this platform it is advised to adhere to the following and please behave accordingly:

  • Be respectful of others and their opinions
  • Feel free to ask questions and be ready to answer questions as well
  • Please avoid posting content that promotes or sells products or services
  • Please refrain from posting offensive content

Featured Content