Development Transformations (DT) has a cadre of high-caliber staff with extensive experience in countries in the midst of – or emerging from – conflict or political transition. Our diverse experience in the NGO, inter-governmental, civilian, and military sectors, allows us to take holistic approaches to training, program design, and implementation in complex environments. Our primary clients and partners are the U.S. Agency for International Development, the U.S Department of State, and the U.S. Department of Defense.
Development Transformations (DT) supports the transition from conflict to sustainable peace, enhances host nation capacity to provide stable and effective governance, and strengthens local community-based organizations. Based on our practitioners' experience operating in complex environments, we have developed proven methodologies and best practices from working in countries across the globe. DT has four focus areas: 1) Civilian-Military Support, 2) Stabilization & Countering Violent Extremism, 3) Civil Society & Governance, 4) Research & Evaluation.
DT is excited to launch a new CVE pilot project in Syria. Funded by Adam Smith International
Development Transformations (DT) proudly celebrates World Refugee Day by highlighting two full-time staff members who are former
Development Transformations (DT) has been awarded a two-year cooperative agreement by the Global Affairs Canada’s (GAC) Peace