The creation of the Data Powered Positive Deviance handbook has been a joint effort of many people from various organizations Basma Albanna and Andreas Pawelke took the lead in scoping developing and testing the Handbook Jeremy Boy and Andreas Glücker were closely involved throughout the process and contributed heavily to its development Catherine Vogel Richard Heeks and Gina Lucarelli all provided important guidance and useful inputs Shumin Liu Dharani Dhar Burra and Michael Dyer contributed during the early stages of the Handbook Marie Helen Cymorek did the design and layout The DPPD method was developed iteratively through its application by the DPPD initiative partners who conducted seven pilot projects on six different complex challenges Without this pilot work and the teams behind it the Handbook would not be what it is a resource for practitioners by practitioners Acknowledgments This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4 0 International License To view a copy of this license visit http creativecommons org licenses by 4 0 or send a letter to Creative Commons PO Box 1866 Mountain View CA 94042 USA We were able to present and test early versions of the tools and templates in events and workshops including the DPPD Bootcamp in July 2021 attended by teams from GIZ and UNDP We are grateful for the feedback we received from participants The Handbook and in fact the entire DPPD initiative would not exist without the support and belief of the four institutions that initiated the DPPD network the GIZ Data Lab the UN Global Pulse Lab Jakarta the UNDP Accelerator Labs Network and the University of Manchester s Centre for Digital Development Further the work of the DPPD initiative is grounded in the Positive Deviance approach and would not have been possible without the pioneering work of the Sternins who were the first to operationalize the approach in the area of development The development of the DPPD handbook was made possible thanks to the financial support of GIZ

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