The Initiative The DPPD network was initiated by 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 It is an action learning network that explores the use of new digital data sources to systematically identify and understand positive outliers in various domains including deforestation agriculture and gender based violence The goal is to build a shared understanding of the opportunities and limitations of the DPPD method to develop a set of tools and techniques to apply the method and to test the method across locations sectors and data types and sources While the DPPD method may seem niche and very technical it has the potential to help development practice shift from top down identification and tackling of development challenges to focusing on communities inherent assets and capabilities as the ultimate starting point in the search for solutions It provides a path to move away from external solutions to the diffusion of local practices and strategies that take into account contextual variables making them more likely to stick and less vulnerable to social rejection In April 2020 a network of partners launched the DPPD initiative The Initiative was set up to design test and document a method combining the use of novel digital data sources with one of the most prominent asset based approaches to development practice Positive Deviance Positive outliers matter The DPPD network Launching the Data Powered Positive Deviance initiative https dppd medium com launching the data powered positive deviance initiative 6872cd9208f9 Fall in love with the solution not the problem https www nesta org uk blog fall in love with the solution not the problem What are the new skills we need in development https acclabs medium com what are the new skills we need in development ad4dde64d131 13 14

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