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Investing in Talent to Build a Thriving World for All

Where the rest of the world sees poverty, we see potential at the Center for International Development (CID). We know we can build societies where all people thrive.

As the world emerges from the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the fragility of the development gains made over the past decades is on full display. More people have been displaced from their homes because of conflict and climate than ever before. Social safety nets, already stretched thin before the pandemic, struggle to keep up with demand amid shrinking resources. Women, girls, and marginalized groups continue to suffer disproportionately from the effects of poverty and in extreme cases, gender apartheid in places like Afghanistan. Without a dramatic course correction, the world will fail to end poverty by 2030 as the United Nations committed in adopting the Sustainable Development Goals. Despite all these complex challenges, here at the Center for International Development (CID) at Harvard University we see pathways to prosperity. We are reimagining how the international development sector can work, moving away from a charity-based approach of fighting poverty to investing in people as equal partners in creating communities, policies, and markets where all individuals can thrive. Whether it’s the work of our researchers in over 115 countries on sustainable and inclusive development, the passion and leadership of our undergraduate and graduate students across the university, or our dialogue with practitioners in every sector, we know by investing in global talent we can solve tomorrow’s challenges today. We made a big bet at CID in 2022 in launching a five-year “BCD” strategy to Build, Convene, and Deploy talent to create a thriving world for all. As a research center at the Harvard Kennedy School that works university-wide, this means doubling down on the services we provide our faculty, programs, students, and academic and practitioner networks to invest in teaching and experiential learning, global convenings, and research opportunities. It requires thinking differently from how the center may have worked in the past, reaching out to new communities of faculty, students, alumni, and global networks that may have never worked with CID before. And it necessitates breaking down silos across the university to truly leverage the power and potential of a “One Harvard” approach. We just completed the first academic year of this new strategic plan (2022-23) – and are excited to share with you the growing momentum here at CID. With a new leadership team now in place, a robust and growing Global Development Council, and a university-wide community of faculty and students, CID is poised to invest in the next generation of talent. Here’s a snapshot of what we accomplished in academic year 2022-23 and what's to come.

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