Infrastructure

Infrastructure is a backbone of development: power lines deliver energy to homes and businesses; pipes provide clean water to drink; roads, railways, and bridges connect communities; and internet connectivity fosters new digital economies. Sustainable infrastructure has the power to bolster the economic growth, resilience, health, and environments of entire nations. We support our clients – governments, private investors, institutions – to develop inclusive and sustainable infrastructure in emerging markets.

Supporting C/Can 2025: City Cancer Challenge

We produced a publication with the UICC detailing why cities should invest in cancer treatment and how city leaders can leverage new sources of finance to fund the infrastructure. The report was launched at Davos, the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting.

Facilitating the Delivery Unit for the Prime Minister of Guinea

We designed and launched the delivery unit for the Prime Minister of Guinea to improve delivery of key government initiatives. We are running pilot projects in agriculture, mining and governance as well as a leadership initiative to build capacity within relevant government institutions.

Designing a Pro-Poor Subsidy for Public Transportation in Bogota

We worked with the World Bank to design a pro-poor subsidy for public transportation in Bogota to expand access for lower income residents. We developed a detailed subsidy design, based on our analysis of global best practices, emerging technology solutions, and spatial distribution of trip makers.



Frederic Pivetta

Frederic Pivetta is Managing Partner of Dalberg Data Insights. Previously, he was part of the founding team of Real Impact Analytics since 2011, aiming at developing Big Data apps for telecom operators mostly in emerging economies, counting more than 140 staff and 4 offices.



Andrew Sweet

Andrew Sweet is an Associate Partner in Dalberg’s Johannesburg office, where he focuses on issues related to infrastructure, energy, and fragile states. Prior to joining Dalberg, Andrew worked at the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), where he served as the Senior Advisor to the Administrator. In this capacity, Andrew supported the establishment and implementation of two major Presidential initiatives: the New Alliance for Food Security and Nutrition and Power Africa.

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Afua Sarkodie

Afua is an Associate Partner based in New York, and Team Leader for USAID’s Investment Support Program (ISP) – a 5-year program to facilitate responsible private investment across different sectors globally. Afua brings over 15 years’ experience supporting national governments and international development institutions with organizational strategy, monitoring and evaluation, agriculture sector support and private sector development in emerging and frontier markets.



Edwin Macharia

Edwin Macharia is a partner at Dalberg Advisors and Regional Director for Africa, based in Nairobi. He advises on a range of issues including strategy, operational efficiency, and program implementation.



Marcus Watson

Marcus is a Partner in Dalberg’s Nairobi office, where he leads teams advising corporates, private investors, and development finance institutions on strategy planning, performance, and investment across Africa. He has a particular sector focus in energy & infrastructure, financial services, and private equity. He is the Africa lead for Dalberg Advisors’ Energy & Infrastructure practice.

Sizing the Market Potential for Water and Sanitation Infrastructure in Low and Low/Middle Income Countries

Water and sanitation is often one of the most difficult infrastructure areas to invest in. Viewed as a public good, water and sanitation projects tend to be among the most subsidized, but in countries without the capacity to generate large revenues, funding for WASH (water, sanitation and hygiene) is severely lacking.



Jordan Fabyanske

Based in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, Jordan is a Partner and global co-leader of Dalberg Advisors’ Inclusive Growth and Cities practice areas. Jordan’s work spans a broad range of development topics, including urban and regional development, industrial policy and clusters, systems analysis and resilience, and innovative finance. He has provided advice on strategy, organizational effectiveness, business planning, and the design of new partnerships and initiatives.