Acknowledging the world’s insufficient progress towards achieving the 2030 Global Goals and determined to accelerate our collective efforts, the leading global impact business Dalberg, the Children's Investment Fund Foundation (CIFF), the Indian not-for-profit Educate Girls and the UN Agency UNICEF signed the Neutral is Not Enough pledge to place gender inclusion at the center of their organizations’ efforts. This pledge was signed at a jointly hosted event of the same name, which discussed how achieving any and all of the Global Goals demands a gender lens, and how we must start working differently.
Dalberg interviews Keiko Valente, Associate Program Officer on the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s Gender Equality Team. Keiko talks about what’s missing from the unpaid care work conversation, takeaways from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s work with Dalberg, and how she’s helping to advance gender equality through her role.
There will be an expected 480 million smartphone women users in India by 2030, and the time to start designing digital solutions for them is now. To help address women’s specific digital needs, Dalberg’s Mumbai office hosted 'Smartphone Solutions that Work For Her', a three-day lab that culminated in an open workshop in April 2019.
With the maternal mortality ratio in Tanzania currently standing at 556 per 100,000 births, Tanzania's Ministry of Health partnered with Safe Surgery 2020 to improve surgery outcomes by developing and implementing a National Surgical Obstetric and Anaesthesia Plan.
The newly launched Dalberg Data Insights brings together two experienced organizations – Data-for-Good of Real Impact Analytics and the Dalberg Group – to help address this data gap and leverage data for social good.
Vanishing vaquita: saving the world’s most endangered marine mammal
With less than 30 vaquitas left in the wild, a new Dalberg authored report for the World Wildlife Fund finds that they could become extinct without immediate action to curb illegal fishing and wildlife trafficking.