MDP partner universities enhance the MDP network by linking it to the many and varied development organizations with which they have forged relationships. These organizations range from corporate and governmental to not-for-profit and non-governmental agencies. They include academic, health, ecology, poverty-alleviation, management, and a multitude of social institutions. Organizations can either collaborate with individual partner MDP programs or they can collaborate directly with the Secretariat:
MDP Collaborating Organizations and MDP Programs– If your organization works on a local or regional basis, and would like to work with an individual MDP program, please contact the partner institution with which you would like to work. (click here for a full list of partner organizations)
MDP Collaborating Organizations and MDP Secretariat– If your organization would like to work in a multi-focused, multi-regional basis, please contact the Secretariat directly at email@example.com with:
(1) a statement (maximum 500 words) that describes your areas of interest, regional focus, and what are your reasons and objectives for wanting to work with the global network;
(2) a short description (maximum 500 words) of what your organization can contribute to the global network;
(3) a short profile of your institution/organization (maximum 250 words); and
(4) contact information.
The proposal will be reviewed and processed by the MDP Secretariat. Once approved, a letter of agreement will be sent to the organization that must include the correspondence details and a short bio for the contact person–no more than a paragraph in length