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The power of sport to change lives

Despite the slim odds of attaining fame and fortune as a professional athlete, mere participation in sport can be a powerful tool for economic and social mobility.

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If you work in development in Africa, you need to get on board with Black Lives Matter

White privilege goes hand in hand with the injustice minorities face in the United States. If development organizations don’t face and address the significance of this privilege in Africa, they will export similar issues worldwide.

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Decoding diversity: the financial and economic returns of diversity in tech

Dalberg and Intel have released a new report that shows improving ethnic and gender diversity in the U.S. technology workforce represents a massive economic opportunity, one that could create $470-$570 bn in new value for the tech industry.

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How businesses can help refugees and why it’s a good investment

Dalberg’s Ruma Bose and James I. Mwangi challenge companies to support refugees by tapping their core competencies.

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Enhancing migrant resilience

Developing an effective strategy to support migrants can be daunting because their needs as a population vary enormously.

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Driving Demand for Chlorhexidine Toolkit

Dalberg Design worked closely with USAID’s Center for Accelerating Innovation and Impact (CII) to develop the “Driving Demand for Chlorhexidine toolkit”, to support the development and adaptation of tools to drive demand of chlorhexidine for umbilical cord care.

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Surgery on a Budget: Saving Lives Where There’s No Anesthesiologist

Globally, increasing access to safe, affordable surgical and anesthetic care could save 1.5 million lives a year and drastically improve the lives of millions more

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The state of the off-grid appliance market

With over two billion people worldwide lacking access to reliable electricity, the global off-grid appliance market is critical for increasing access to electricity and services. Renewable energy technologies like solar portable lamps and solar home systems are helping to bridge the gap.

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The planet’s health is essential to prevent infectious disease

The new field of planetary health examines the link between human health and the environment to prevent viral pandemics such as Zika and Ebola.

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How to save Nigeria’s economy and stop corruption

This New York Times op-ed by Dalberg’s Walter Lamberson explains how bad policy turns a currency crisis into a recession

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