Our world is rapidly changing. Geopolitical and economic balances are shifting and new multilateral and regional institutions are emerging. In this increasingly complex environment, formulating the right strategy is crucial. We support governments, multilateral organizations, corporations, NGOs, and foundations to design strategies that will maximize their scale, efficiency and impact, either at the organizational level or for specific programs and markets. Our experience spans public, private, and social sectors and includes the creation of: organizational strategies, investment strategies, new initiative designs and program implementation roadmaps.

Will Real-Time Data Sourcing Change the Future of SDGs?

With 17 goals, 169 sub-indicators and over 193 countries signing on to the SDGs, collecting consistent real-time data is critical. In this podcast with CSIS, Daniella Ballou-Aares explains that organizations across the world need to aggregate real-time measurable data across countries rather than limiting themselves with the sporadic data sources from the past in order to reach the SDGs. Welcome to a new dynamic data resourcing era.

Patrick Sagna

Patrick is an Associate Partner in Dalberg’s Dakar office, where he focuses on Inclusive Growth, Governance, Inclusive Economic Development, Public Policy, and Institutional & Organizational Development. In particular, he has worked supporting governments in Africa and the Caribbean, and led private sector initiatives in emerging and frontier markets.

Jesse Baver

Jesse is an Associate Partner in Dalberg’s London office. His experience, primarily in Africa and with a special focus on development finance and agriculture, includes financial and economic analysis, fund structuring, business model development, and market entry strategies.

Noa Gafni

Noa Gafni is a Partner at Dalberg Media. Previously, she was the Founder and CEO of Impact Squared, a social change communications consultancy that was acquired by Dalberg in December 2017.

Astou Dia

Astou is an Associate Partner and leads Dalberg’s presence in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire. She has over ten years of experience in strategy and management consulting in Europe and Africa. She has worked with private corporations, governments and donors in areas such as agriculture and food security, health, governance, youth employment, access to finance, women economic empowerment, economic and inclusive growth.

Mergers and Acquisitions: Is the Nonprofit Sector Ready?

Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A) are common in the corporate world; they are undertaken for various reasons–expansion into new markets, increasing market share, acquiring complementary capabilities, and improving cost and capital efficiency. The eventual goal is to maximise shareholder value.

Inyenyeri and Dalberg Form a New Partnership to Bring Clean Cookstoves to sub Saharan Africa

Inyenyeri, an organization devoted to bringing clean cookstoves to Rwanda, is working with Dalberg, a collection of impact-driven business, to improve access to clean cookstoves.
Kunal Walia

Kunal Walia is an Associate Partner in New Delhi. He brings over a decade of experience in management consulting and ICT working in India and other emerging markets in Asia. His has worked with stakeholders across the communications value chain including telcos, infrastructure providers, media companies, digital service providers and PE investors, helping them around strategy, feasibility, investment advisory.

Creating Employment Opportunities in Cartagena

We developed strategies to restore livelihoods for those most affected by the implementation of a new Bus Rapid Transit system in Cartagena called Transcaribe. The strategies we developed will help to transition up to 5,000 vulnerable workers to stable employment.

Identifying Innovative Financing Mechanisms to Reduce the Cost of Remittances

We were engaged by the Canadian International Development Agency to analyze the major cost drivers and market failures associated with international remittances. We subsequently designed and recommended innovative financing mechanisms which could save up to $3.5 billion over five years.