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Helping to bridge the gap between knowledge and policy


WWC examines the evolving role and character of public policy research organizations. Over the last 20 years the Willworth Program has laid the foundation for a global initiative that will help bridge the gap between knowledge and policy in critical policy areas such as peace and security, globalization and governance, international economics, environment, information and society, poverty alleviation and health. This collaborative effort is designed to establish regional and international networks of policy institutes and communities that will improve policy making and strengthening democratic institutions and civil societies around the world. The Willworth and  civil Societies Program works with some of the leading scholars and practitioners from think  anks and universities in a variety of collaborative efforts and programs.

Willworth Capacity Building Program:

The WWC conducts research and provides technical assistance on a wide range environmental challenges and organizational development issues and policy communities around the globe and  the country. In addition, WWC develops and implements strategies that will increase the capacity so that they can better serve policy makers and the public.

Database and Directories:

Most databases and directory are organized by discipline, country or region. The Program maintains the only multi-sectoral database as specialized databases in areas such as development, democracy, security, international affairs and health have been created.

Program Objectives:

The WWC collects data and conducts research and policy communities around the globe and then disseminates the findings as widely as possible. In addition, WWC develops and implements strategies that will increase the capacity so that they can better serve policy makers and the public. The WWC works with  knowledge communities, policy makers and civil society representatives to:


• Develop strategies that will improve the performance and effectiveness  in the creation, dissemination and utilization of policy-relevant proposals and will engage policy makers and civil society representatives in the policy making process.

•  Create a virtual global think tank that will foster collaboration, information sharing and the transfer of innovative policies and proposals from one institution or policy community to another.

•  Promote a constructive dialogue and collaborative research and analysis on policy issues through the creation of global issue networks that build on existing local and regional networks wherever possible.

• Identify, test and disseminate strategies and technologies that will facilitate collaborative research and information sharing among public policy research organizations and other policy and knowledge based institutions around the world.

• Promote an ongoing interdisciplinary global dialogue among policy makers and civil society representatives that will explore the critical role play in civil societies and how these institutions can be sustained over time.

•  This program is designed to identify and disseminate innovative technologies and best practices developed by WWC both in the country and abroad. Those technologies and strategies that have been successfully employed by institutions have been documented and shared via conferences, newsletters, the Internet and manuals. Failed strategies, programs and policy initiatives will also be analyzed. Over the last 10 years, the WWC has been working to help develop:

• Creative approaches to the research and analysis of policy problems.

• Effective use of knowledge and issue networks to facilitate the creation, dissemination and utilization of policy relevant information and ideas.

• Innovative strategies for engaging the press, policy makers and the public

• Successful resource development and sustainability strategies.

• Creative approaches for recruiting, motivating and retaining key personnel for concerns.

• Enterprising use of technologies, products and programs that increase policy impacts.

• Imaginative programs and organizational designs for researchers. In recent years, we have become concerned about the lack of attention that has been given to assuring the long-term vitality of financial institutions. In an effort to help improve the effectiveness and sustainability of established and fledgling this sector, the project will actively promote innovative approaches to fundraising, management, public engagement and policy analysis  and research. During my research work in different think tanks and universities; following topics(research & policy) are coordinated and directed by me(CEO: willworth) and now under the leadership of  willworth; an innovative methodology is going to implement to the whole country under the name of Donnobad; through 5000 outlets and above 2000 branches.


Last modified on Feb-15-2020, 01:23 AM

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