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What Could a Trump Presidency Mean for Refugees?

By Sam Lampert, Talya Lockman-Fine, and Ellen Kendall Throughout his presidential campaign and in his role as president-elect, Donald Trump has defended policy stances that, if implemented, would have significant consequences for refugees, not only in the United States but … Continue reading

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Q&A: Reflecting on Our Internships

With the recruiting season for Dalberg’s internship programs well underway, we talk to Dalberg team members about their internship experiences, and learn about what they have been doing since joining Dalberg full time. Applications for our Graduate School Consultants Program … Continue reading

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The Private Sector Could Help Us Save the World’s Oceans

By Michael Davis The importance of the world’s oceans, and the challenges they face cannot be overstated. Oceans are home to the earth’s most diverse ecosystems, and are crucial to fighting climate change as they absorb 30% of the CO2 … 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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Why aren’t we designing cities that work for women, not just men?

In The Guardian, Andrew Fleming and Anja Tranovich explain why government officials, development organizations, and private sector partners must prioritize gender-inclusive infrastructure planning across the world’s cities. In the 1990s, a simple survey in Vienna led urban planners to rethink their whole approach … Continue reading

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Las Mujeres y la Web

Cerrando la brecha de género de internet para crear oportunidades nuevas Destacados del reporte de Dalberg El Internet ha transformado las vidas de miles de millones de personas, desde activistas en Egipto hasta campesinos en Colombia. Sin embargo, a pesar … 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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Yemen Faces Great Challenges if a Peace Agreement is Forged

By Dalberg’s Paul Callan, and Globesight’s Taufiq Rahim Today, Yemen has three million individuals who have fled conflict, and are displaced both within the country and outside of its borders. Creating the right conditions for their return home is both a … Continue reading

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Going Beyond Supply and Demand – The Role of Business in Socio-cultural Interventions to Increase Women’s Access to Finance

By Tania Beard and Shruthi Jayaram  By now, we know that women – especially in the developing world – have less access to finance than men.  Business has an important role in leveling the playing field through interventions aimed at … Continue reading

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