Category Archives: Inclusive Growth

Now is the Time to Reverse Urban Gender Inequalities

By Andrew Fleming Today, 54% of the world’s population reside in cities, and collectively, these 4 billion people generate as much as 80% of global GDP. Cities are currently the most dynamic spaces of economic and social growth in the … Continue reading

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Protecting Tigers from Asia’s Infrastructure Development Boom

By Will Green and Jamie Chung This blog draws on findings from a new report from Dalberg and WWF — Protecting Tigers from Asia’s Infrastructure Development Boom. Tigers have travelled a rocky road over the past hundred years. Decimated from … Continue reading

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User-centred Financial Inclusion

In Live Mint, Varad Pande and Nirat Bhatnagar explain why digital financial services should be tailored to the habits of the underserved. While financial service firms in India are beginning to explore digitizing their services and products for the BoP, two key dilemmas – user-experience … Continue reading

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James Mwangi on the Development Plan for the 21st Century – Podcast

James Mwangi, Executive Director of the Dalberg Group, joined the ‘Maintaining the Momentum for the SDGs’ event, convened by The Guardian around the UN’s General Assembly in New York. James joined the first panel discussion on ‘How to Implement 17 … Continue reading

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Reconstruir el Campo Colombiano Sembrando Paz

Escrito por: Maria Paula Gomez y Felipe Amaya El siguiente post fue publicado antes de que los Colombianos votaran “No” en el plebiscito para apoyar los acuerdos de paz. Sin embargo la necesidad de una reforma agrícola efectiva, tal y cómo … Continue reading

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Pequeños Comerciantes, Grandes Oportunidades para la Inclusión Financiera

Escrito por: Tim Carlberg y Maria Paula Gomez  Existen más de 180 millones de micro y pequeños comercios (MyPCs) en los países en desarrollo – tiendas de barrio, peluquerías, vendedores de periódico y comida. Aunque pequeños de forma individual, estos comercios … Continue reading

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Who Stands to Benefit From the TICAD Summit in Nairobi? Everyone, If We Can Forge the Right Partnerships

By Edwin Macharia and Naoko Koyama Nairobi recently hosted the 6th Tokyo International Conference of Africa’s Development (TICAD) conference (27th – 28th August 2016). Everyone is curious to see what benefits emerging discussions from the conference will bring the continent … Continue reading

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Expandiendo el Uso de Autobuses Híbridos y Eléctricos en América Latina

Escrito por: Mariola Panzuela  “Una ciudad avanzada no es en la que los pobres pueden moverse en carro, sino una en la que incluso los ricos utilizan el transporte público” – Enrique Peñalosa, Alcalde de Bogotá D.C. Estas palabras, del … Continue reading

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D. Talk – Business Resilience in Vulnerable, Post-crisis Economies

By Amy Zhuo In 2014, Chid Liberty had just set up the first Fair Trade Certified apparel manufacturing company in Africa – Liberty & Justice (L&J) – and was ready to fulfill his contracts, when suddenly Ebola hit Liberia and … Continue reading

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How can African leaders encourage more Chinese FDI to Africa in the midst of fluctuations in the Chinese stock market?

By Aurelien Chu and Hafsa Anouar After two hundred years of stagnation, civil war, and famine, the re-emergence of China as a global economic power has profoundly affected the rest of the world – sometimes challenging and sometimes reinforcing the established … Continue reading

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