The Duke Center for International Development(DCID) advances international development policy and practice worldwide through interdisciplinary approaches to graduate-level education, executive training, policy advising and research.

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MIDP alum's organization wins Google Impact Challenge award

The Cafédirect Producers’ Foundation (CPF), whose business development manager, Katie Messick Maddox, earned her Master of International Development Policy (MIDP) in 2011, won a... Explore this topic

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Chile Conference

Two graduate students from the Sanford School of Public Policy recently organized a two-day conference in Washington, D.C., to bring together Chilean students enrolled in public... Explore this topic

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Transfer Pricing

The Duke Center for International Development (DCID) in the Sanford School of Public Policy will offer a weeklong executive education program dedicated to Transfer Pricing for tax... Explore this topic

Cutout Profiles

"The MIDP program allowed me to create my own path given my professional background and my future goals."
Janina Cuevas-Zuniga, MIDP 2014

Alumni

"If I hadn’t come to Duke, I would not have had the theoretical knowledge in development, social change or policy analysis that I needed when I went into the field."
Idrissa Kamara, MIDP 2002

Alumni

"I am grateful for the professional and academic opportunities that I have had thus far, and thanks to Duke’s IDP certification program, I believe that many more doors will open for me."
April Raphiou, IDP 2014

Alumni

"The best thing about the program is the diversity. I learned something from the courses, as can be expected, but I also learned really great things from my friends."
Muhsin Atci, MIDP 2014

Alumni

"To me the International Taxation Program (of the MIDP) is exactly what I need as a tax policymaker in the future."
Partomuan Juniult, MIDP 2014

Alumni