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{{Definition|title=Capacity Development
 
{{Definition|title=Capacity Development
|definition= UNDP defines capacity as ''the ability of individuals, institutions and societies to perform functions, solve problems, and set and achieve objectives in a sustainable manner''. '''Capacity Development (CD)''' is thereby ''the process through which the abilities to do so are obtained, strengthened, adapted and maintained over time''. CD is seen by UNDP as a primarily endogenous and domestically driven process. It is an inherently political and complex process that cannot be rushed, and outcomes cannot be expected to evolve in a controlled and linear fashion <ref>[http://europeandcis.undp.org/uploads/public/File/Capacity_Development_Regional_Training/UNDP_Capacity_Development_Practice_Note_JULY_FINAL.pdf UNDP PRACTICE NOTE: Capacity Development, July 2006]</ref>.}}
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|definition= UNDP defines capacity as ''the ability of individuals, institutions and societies to perform functions, solve problems, and set and achieve objectives in a sustainable manner''. '''Capacity Development (CD)''' is thereby ''the process through which the abilities to do so are obtained, strengthened, adapted and maintained over time''. CD is seen by UNDP as a primarily endogenous and domestically driven process. It is an inherently political and complex process that cannot be rushed, and outcomes cannot be expected to evolve in a controlled and linear fashion <ref>[http://europeandcis.undp.org/uploads/public/File/Capacity_Development_Regional_Training/UNDP_Capacity_Development_Practice_Note_JULY_FINAL.pdf UNDP Practice Note: Capacity Development, July 2006]</ref>.}}
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==
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Definition of [[Capacity Assessment]]
 
Definition of [[Capacity Assessment]]
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[http://www.undp.org/oslocentre/docs08/sofia/CD%20PN%20May%202008.pdf UNDP Practice Note: Capacity Development, May 2008]
  
 
[http://www.undp.org/publications/annualreport2008/pdf/IAR2008_ENG_low.pdf UNDP Annual Report 2008 on Capacity Development: Empowering People and Institutions]
 
[http://www.undp.org/publications/annualreport2008/pdf/IAR2008_ENG_low.pdf UNDP Annual Report 2008 on Capacity Development: Empowering People and Institutions]

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Definition of Capacity Development:
UNDP defines capacity as the ability of individuals, institutions and societies to perform functions, solve problems, and set and achieve objectives in a sustainable manner. Capacity Development (CD) is thereby the process through which the abilities to do so are obtained, strengthened, adapted and maintained over time. CD is seen by UNDP as a primarily endogenous and domestically driven process. It is an inherently political and complex process that cannot be rushed, and outcomes cannot be expected to evolve in a controlled and linear fashion [1].
This is the common definition for Capacity Development, other definitions can be discussed in the article

See also

Definition of Capacity

Definition of Capacity Assessment

UNDP Practice Note: Capacity Development, May 2008

UNDP Annual Report 2008 on Capacity Development: Empowering People and Institutions

References

  1. UNDP Practice Note: Capacity Development, July 2006