Dalberg’s new report details the challenges – and opportunities – the governments of India, Nigeria, Senegal, and Uganda face as they seek to increase access to electricity through off-grid energy solutions.
Dalberg helped the the City of Dakar to develop its resilience strategy as part of 100 Resilient Cities – pioneered by The Rockefeller Foundation. At the heart of the strategy is the use of technology as a lever for resilience, and the implementation of an inclusive and effective governance strategy.
Dalberg led research with the Rural and Agricultural Finance Learning Lab to explore the business case for smallholder finance. In particular the role of digital approaches in making it possible to profitably serve this market at scale.
Each year, over 250,000 newborns die in Nigeria within their first 28 days of life. In Ventures Africa, Dalberg, USAID, and Clinton Health Access Initiative, detail how saving newborn lives hinges on the involvement of one group in particular: the Nigerian private health sector.
Dalberg and Karandaaz Pakistan recently completed the first-ever study to examine the opportunities & challenges of digitizing person-to-government (P2G) payments. With P2G payments estimated at USD 8 trillion globally, there is great value in digitizing these payments for governments, companies and consumers alike.