Through analysis and conversations, we at Dalberg have been tracking the trajectory of what recovery could look like in the U.S. We've found that addressing the unique needs of minority-owned small businesses is needed for federal, state, and local support to be effective. Learn more in a new whitepaper.
Caregivers are some of the most economically exposed workers inside the COVID-19 pandemic. Read on for what’s being done in the U.S. today – and how we can recognize the vital role these workers play in the economy, both now and in the future.
It goes without saying that the immediate impacts of coronavirus are likely to have a more significant impact on communities that cannot practice social distancing and hygiene measures. In Nigeria, this includes hundreds of thousands of households in both rural areas and urban centers. Dalberg's Nneka Eze shares more in an Op-Ed for Business Day, calling for decisive action and collective responsibility to prevent some of the worst outcomes of the COVID-19 challenge.
While it is impossible to know the full economic consequences of the public health and economic crisis we face, we do know that governments are beginning to take needed corrective actions to avert devastation from the approaching economic tsunami and its potential lasting impacts on all our lives.
Dalberg and members of the Every Breath Counts Coalition join together with government, communities, and private and public healthcare organizations to develop Nigeria’s first-ever integrated pneumonia control strategy, in support of “survive and thrive” child health efforts.