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Changer le paradigme de la gestion des urgences sanitaires

Dr. Abdoulaye Bousso, Director of the Senegalese Emergency Health Operations Center, discusses lessons learned from the pandemic in this interview with Dalberg.

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Changing the Paradigm of Health Emergency Management

Dr. Abdoulaye Bousso, Director of the Senegalese Emergency Health Operations Center, discusses lessons learned from the pandemic in this interview with Dalberg.

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Accelerating the Adoption of ODR in India Could Transform How Disputes Are Resolved in an Overburdened System

Wider use of online dispute resolution (ODR) in India could unlock US$26.5 billion in economic benefits annually, save time, and improve well-being, enabling positive outcomes for individuals (including the marginalized), enterprises, and the broader ecosystem.

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Philanthropy in the Age of Covid-19

Foundations around the globe are making major shifts as a result of Covid-19, and the choices they make today will alter how they approach their work in the future. Four Dalberg surveys provide a snapshot of how philanthropies are navigating a pandemic in the midst of a multi-layered crisis.

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Building a New, Powerful, and Representative Anti-Slavery Movement Led by Women and Survivors

A bold new initiative piloting in India is unleashing the leadership potential of women and survivors, supporting them with the skills and networks needed to build a movement to end slavery in their communities and beyond.

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Learning Twice as Fast: Promising Results for Education in India From an Innovative Financing Mechanism

The world’s largest Development Impact Bond (DIB) for education has helped drive significantly improved learning outcomes in its first two years. Its “pay for performance” structure could pave the way for scaling education models post-Covid, and increase the life prospects for children in poverty.

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Dalberg Appoints Six New Partners

Spanning five global regions and with a diverse range of sectoral experience, we are excited to introduce the firm’s newest partners, elected in January 2021. Dalberg is thrilled to announce that six new partners have been named to the firm’s partnership group. As the most senior leaders in the firm, partners play a leading role…

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Stanford Social Innovation Review Article: Shifting Power to Communities in Grant Funding

For all the attention paid to diversity in board and executive leadership, and who receives grants, another fundamental area of racial justice in the funding world is ripe for exploration: Who has decision-making power over where capital flows? This article in Stanford Social Innovation Review, co-authored by Dalberg’s Marcus Haymon, proposes that funders share decision-making…

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How to Invest in an Inclusive Business Recovery in Latin America

The size and urgency of support needed for Latin American and Caribbean small and growing businesses (SGBs) amid Covid-19 recovery is considerable. The question becomes not whether funders should support small businesses but how. Dalberg Associate Partners, Kusi Hornberger and Fabiola Salman, outline four focus areas to help ensure maximum impact.

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The Gambia’s Public Health Emergency Operations Center: building responsive, sustainable institutions for Covid-19 and beyond

To address the current health crisis and better prepare the country for the future, Dalberg is working alongside senior Gambian government officials to set a new vision for the development of the country’s public health emergency management capacity.   During a crisis, Public Health Emergency Operations Centers (PHEOCs) help save lives and minimize socioeconomic losses….

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