Since 2001, Dalberg has grown to occupy 17 offices. We have completed more than 1000 projects for over 400 clients. The list below contains a sampling of projects from across our practice areas carried out in over 90 countries around the globe.

AMERICAS

Argentina

Partnered with a development bank to create a leadership program helping companies incorporate the bottom of the pyramid in their business lines.

Bahamas

Developed a pitch book for investors seeking to establish a medical tourism facility.

Bolivia

Designed and planned an ICT education initiative for a multilateral agency.

Brazil

Conducted an impact evaluation of an industrial sector development program.

Canada

Facilitated strategy and partnership planning for a leading private foundation.

Chile

Assessed the global energy market and identified renewable energy prospects and impacts on Chilean energy policy.

Costa Rica

Facilitated strategy and partnership planning for a leading private foundation.

El Salvador

Managed country office repositioning and restructuring for a multilateral institution.

Guatemala

Collaborated with a foundation comprised of members of the private sector to define an inclusive growth strategy for economic development.

Haiti

Developed a long-term multisector strategy for a large donor government to support post-earthquake reconstruction.

Honduras

Partnered with a development bank to create a leadership program helping companies incorporate the bottom of the pyramid in their business lines.

Mexico

Developed an insurance market entry strategy for a private sector client.

Nicaragua

Evaluated the economic potential of a business park for an entrepreneur.

Panama

Supported a multilateral agency in defining a strategic presence model to increase capacity and technical support.

Peru

Supported building a sustainable development strategy for a global mining firm.

United States

Led over 100 engagements with multilateral agencies, non-governmental organizations, foundations, and corporations.

Venezuela

Advised a global pharmaceutical company on profitable growth in base of the pyramid sales.

EAST AND CENTRAL ASIA

Afghanistan

Assessed the agricultural investment strategy of a major donor government.

Bhutan

Designed management training for the country office of an international aid agency.

China

Advised a development bank in setting up a regional clean energy focused investment fund.

Cyprus

Supported design and staffing of federal government institutions under the Peace Plan as part of a facilitation team.

Georgia

Evaluated a multilateral institution’s universal education initiative.

Kyrgystan

Documented the experience of a multilateral agency with an educational initiative across multiple field sites.

Nepal

Helped a private foundation prepare for the launch of a reproductive health financing and procurement mechanism.

Pakistan

Advised a think tank on US policy for Pakistan and Middle East energy markets.

Tajikistan

Documented the experience of a multilateral agency with an educational initiative across multiple field sites.

Turkey

Conducted a strategic review of a multilateral institution’s country office.

EUROPE

Albania

Completed a strategic change management initiative for an international agency.

Austria

Developed a roadmap to harmonize processes and IT infrastructure for a multilateral institution.

Belgium

Developed a business plan for an online platform created by a public health research and consulting firm.

Bosnia & Herzegovina

Advised the government on post-war civil service training and administration reform.

Croatia

Developed a multi-country entry strategy for an insurance company looking to expand sales to the base of the pyramid.

Denmark

Designed initiatives supporting chronic disease care in developing countries.

France

Designed a plan enabling a multilateral institution to increase capacity and technological support to national governments.

 

Germany

Worked with a volunteer program to develop a new corporate communications strategy.

Ireland

Evaluated a training program for development agency staff deployed to the field.

Italy

Developed institutional strategies for a bilateral organization.

Moldova

Documented the experience of a multilateral agency with an educational initiative across multiple field sites.

Montenegro

Recommended key energy sector reforms to the government.

Netherlands

Evaluated the performance and impact of an environmental NGO project and helped determine a forward-looking strategy based on the results.

Norway

Redesigned the governance procedures for a development fund.

Romania

Supported the evaluation of the health clinic privatization process.

Serbia

Assessed prospects for a private sector development program.

Sweden

Developed a report for two different national governments on the role of development finance institutions in international development policy.

Switzerland

Helped build strategies to involve the private sector in disaster risk reduction.

United Kingdom

Developed an NGO ratings guide in partnership with a print media outlet.

Yugoslavia

Assisted in developing a growth strategy for a multilateral institution.

MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA

Egypt

Finalized and field tested a metrics collection tool for a multilateral agency.

Israel

Conducted an assessment of a management information system used by a multilateral agency.

Jordan

Developed a management training pilot program for a multilateral institution.

Lebanon

Conducted an assessment of a management information system used by a multilateral agency.

Syria

Conducted an assessment of a management information system used by a multilateral agency.

Tunisia

Designed a strategic reform agenda for a local development finance institution.

United Arab Emirates

Supported a multilateral agency in defining a strategic presence model to increase capacity and technological support.

SOUTH ASIA AND THE PACIFIC

Australia

Supported the planning, development, and launch of a global health alliance for a government health agency.

Bangladesh

Advised a bilateral donor agency on strategic priorities.

Cambodia

Conducted an independent evaluation of a development bank initiative supporting private sector growth.

India

Researched the rationale for increased agricultural investments in South Asia for a leading private foundation.

Indonesia

Reviewed the grassroots SME investment strategy of a development finance institution.

Laos

Assisted a multilateral agency country team to identify partnership strengthening strategies and assess and implement long- and short-term plans.

Papua New Guinea

Developed an anti-corruption plan for a multilateral agency.

Philippines

Facilitated vision-building exercises for a multilateral institution’s Asia country directors.

Thailand

Supported a multilateral agency in defining a strategic presence model to increase capacity and technological support.

Vietnam

Conducted a performance review of a multilateral institution’s management and projects.

SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA

Angola

Helped a multilateral institution reform business processes.

Benin

Assisted a development bank in creating an initiative supporting smallholder farmers in West Africa.

Botswana

Supported a US government agency to develop an investment fund for African social development.

Burkina Faso

Identified policies driving economic growth in several African countries, including Burkina Faso.

Cameroon

Worked to create a resource mobilization strategy for a multilateral institution.

Cape Verde

Completed a strategic change management initiative for a multilateral institution.

Democratic Republic of Congo

Identified requirements for a leading multilateral agency to effectively support the country’s democratic elections.

Equatorial Guinea

Advised a global natural resource leader on developing supply chains.

Ethiopia

Provided guidance to the government for developing a strategy to create public-private sector dialogue.

Ghana

Assisted a joint initiative between development banks by conducting a review of off-grid lighting solutions in Africa.

Kenya

Developed a business plan to scale up a female-led microfinance program.

Lesotho

Evaluated the implementation of a partnership on behalf of a government ministry.

Liberia

Presented an analysis of successful post-conflict recoveries in Africa.

Madagascar

Performed a program evaluation for a development bank entrepreneurship initiative.

Mali

Developed an overall governance framework of an extractives industry.

Mozambique

Assessed strategic business processes for a multilateral institution.

Namibia

Launched an initiative on ICT in education sponsored by a multilateral institution.

Nigeria

Supported the design and launch of FAFIN, Nigeria’s first private investment fund for agricultural SMEs.

Rwanda

Managed a strategic change initiative for a multilateral institution.

Senegal

Assessed the opportunities and challenges in youth development for a partnership between a foundation and government agency.

Somalia

Evaluated business processes for a multilateral agency.

South Africa

Assessed feasibility of a mass-market social investment fund in Africa for a private sector client.

Swaziland

Reviewed the grassroots SME investment strategy of a development finance institution.

Tanzania

Developed a strategy to achieve energy targets and meet MDGs by 2015.

Uganda

Developed a report on agricultural commodities for an organization focused on creating policy changes supporting economic growth.

Zambia

Helped design a performance evaluation framework for a public-private technology partnership.