Health and Nutrition

The political, social, and economic health of a nation and the health of its individual people are inextricably linked. Only with citizens of able body and mind can a country hope to build a vibrant, inclusive, and equitable economy and raise living standards. From product innovation to big data analysis to strengthening community health systems, Dalberg works with governments, donors, the private sector, and NGOs to achieve positive outcomes in global health and nutrition in the world’s most underserved regions. 



Kanishka Bhattacharya

Kanishka is an Associate Partner with Dalberg based in Mumbai. He advises private and public sector partners on strategy, strategy planning and management, market analysis, and monitoring and evaluation.



Aika Matemu

Aika Matemu is a Creative Lead with Dalberg Design in Nairobi. She brings over 15 years of expertise in user experience design, digital technologies, global public health and social entrepreneurism, with an extensive background in social impact and innovation. She has dedicated her career to designing and building innovations that impact social change.



Audrey Hanard

Audrey is an Associate Partner in Dalberg Advisors’ London office, where she specializes in education to employment and public health, as well as strategies to ensure inclusive development and democratic institution-building.



Rhobhi Matinyi

Rhobhi Matinyi is an Associate Partner in Dalberg’s Johannesburg office where she works with the private sector, governments, donor agencies and major foundations on strategic planning, market entry and growth strategies, performance evaluation and implementation. Rhobhi’s area of specialty is healthcare, and she also has extensive experience in financial inclusion, agriculture, and education and youth employment. 



Pragya Mishra

Pragya Mishra is a Creative Lead at Dalberg Design based in Seattle. She applies her expertise in visual and strategy design on social innovation, financial inclusion and global health projects. She brings a human-centered approach to her work that facilitates in-depth understanding of distinct user behaviors, attitudes and preferences towards products, services, and systems leading to actionable insights.



Jeff Berger

Jeff is an Associated Partner and Office Director in New York and co-leader of the firm’s Latin America practice. Jeff advises public, private, and non-profit clients in the United States, Latin America, and across the world on a range of strategic challenges. He works with clients on tapping into the potential of digital solutions, inclusive finance, public-private partnerships, and innovations in the health sector to achieve impact.

UICC – Design and Feasibility Assessment of the Healthy Cities Fund

  • Dalberg designed the Healthy Cities Fund, which had the objective of financing city-level health infrastructure in low and middle-income countries. 
  • Dalberg made a market assessment to identify current sources and uses of health infrastructure financing, financing needs and gaps and barriers that inhibit investment. 
  • Afterwards, Dalberg developed different design options for the fund’s strategy and structure. 


Trevor Zimmer

Trevor Zimmer is a Director at Dalberg Design where he leads project engagements with public and private sector clients to apply design as a facilitative process and skillset. He believes design better enables teams and organizations to collaborate across disciplines, align interests, contribute to organizational learnings, and identify solutions. His focus is on global health, change management, and new ventures.
 



Anokhi Parikh

Anokhi Parikh is an Associate Partner based in Johannesburg. She brings twelve years of experience in the development sector across India and Africa, focusing on urban planning, health, education, energy and environment. Anokhi co-leads Dalberg’s Cities Practice.



Matthew MacDevette

Matthew MacDevette is an Associate Partner based in Johannesburg. His work focuses on Southern, East and West Africa and covers various aspects of economic growth and development, including impact investing, donor-led facilitation of private investment, inclusive business and shared value, youth employment, and SME development.

Matthew’s work spans a range of public and private sector clients both within and outside sub-Saharan Africa, and includes sectors such as manufacturing, financial services, agriculture, healthcare, and energy.