Dalberg Announces Four New Partners

Representing five Dalberg offices and a depth of sectoral experience, we are thrilled to announce the firm’s newest Partners, elected in January 2022. As the most senior leaders in the firm, Partners play a leading role in stewarding our mission and business, deepening and growing the firm’s impact, developing the next generation of development leaders,…


The Future of News in India

As publishers around the world move toward a digital-first model for creating, distributing, and monetizing news, the traditional business models that underpin the news industry are increasingly under pressure. This report explores how public interest journalism in India can navigate these shifts and ensure high-quality news content is accessible, diverse, and sustainable.


Quality Infrastructure that Benefits All: Time for a Shift in How We Think about Gender in Infrastructure

Investing in infrastructure is widely recognized as a cornerstone of socio-economic development. At the same time, calls to “build back better” belie equally important challenges to ensure that new investments are truly inclusive, and in particular, gender sensitive.


The Rising Tide of Health Technology: Design for Equity to Ensure Access for the Underserved

Dalberg recently hosted a webinar with four medical practitioners who are helping to redefine the intersection of health tech and equity. This is what we learned.


Kenya’s Digital Economy: A People’s Perspective

A Dalberg study — conducted in partnership with Omidyar Network — looks into how people in Kenya experience and use digital devices and services offers insights for stakeholders seeking to advance and deepen digital engagement for all Kenyans.


None Until All Are Free: LGBTQ+ Rights Through an Intersectional Lens

While there has been major progress in certain areas of the LGBTQ+ movement, the same Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) transgender and gender non-conforming (GNC) communities that paved the way for Pride and LGBTQ+ rights continue to face systemic oppression and violence at an alarming rate today.


Expanding access to finance for urban female retail traders in Kenya

A new study by FSD Kenya and Dalberg provides recommendations for financial service providers and policymakers on how to design more inclusive financial services for female retail traders in Kenya.


Making Mobile Money More Inclusive: The Potential Impact of Africanenda on the Mobile Payments Ecosystem in Africa

Usage of mobile money has exploded across Africa during the Covid-19 crisis. At first blush, this is good news given that the past decade has shown that providing access to mobile money accounts is one of the most impactful ways of using financial inclusion to lift women and other marginalized groups out of poverty in…


Paving the Way for African Leadership in Health Emergency Management

Public Health Emergency Operations Centers (PHEOCs) play a critical role in mitigating the most serious effects of Covid-19 and other health emergencies. Through a grant awarded by the Rockefeller Foundation, Dalberg has worked across five West African countries to help PHEOCs increase sub-regional coordination as well as prepare for future public health crises.


The Energizing Finance Research Series: Taking the Pulse 2021

Sustainable Energy for All’s 2021 Energizing Finance study shows that, for the seventh consecutive year, the world is falling perilously short of the investment required to achieve energy access for all by 2030. Dalberg supported SEforALL with the Taking the Pulse 2021 report, focusing on the volume and type of finance enterprises need to deliver…


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