Effect of community driven development project on local economic development in Tatkon township, Myanmar (FY2014-15 toFY2017-18)
AuthorAung, Chan Nyein
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The Community Driven Development Project (CDDP) in Tatkon Township is one of Sixty-three pilot project townships of the Myanmar National Community Driven Development Program (NCDDP) which was initiated by the Government of Myanmarthanks to grant of the World Bank. No one can deny is that in order to increase Local Economic Development (LED), infrastructure development has become an important priority for the government, as reflected in recent rural development program. This dissertation is organized with six chapters. The contribution of development project to Myanmar economy is a main reason why I have to study this topic and some of the problem statements of study are described in the introduction of this dissertation. In the literature review, this dissertation will discuss the theories of community driven development and local economic development which had been published by the researchers. The methods which are used to collect the data are described in the methodology chapter. In the data analysis and conclusion chapters, With focus on the results of the CDD pilot project in the Tatkon township in Myanmar, this study suggested that implementation of a NCDD project can positively effect on the LED in the village, township, the district, the state and ultimately in all developing countries. To the end, the effect of the CDD pilot project was assessed on the basis of community participation and national community driven development project. The finding of this study was based on the participation of the communities through the CDD approach confirm that the NCDDP has indeed contributed in the local economic development of Tatkon Township.