In collaboration with the Korean Development Institute (KDI), the GDI Secretariat will conduct a 2-day delivery case study writing training session for KDI researchers in Sejong, South Korea. This is the second training in collaboration with the Government of Korea. Delivery case studies are a vital tool for capturing and sharing insights about the "how" of implementation. They trace the steps taken to produce results, and tease out how the strategies and solutions devised have addressed and overcome (or not) unanticipated obstacles (delivery challenges).
KDI aims at contributing to the Global Delivery Library with case studies focused on practical public policy issues relevant to Korea, aiming at sharing these implementation experiences with the rest of the world. Korean case studies will be shared via the World Bank’s Global Delivery Library and contribute to the co-creation of an evidence base of delivery know-how.