This blog post is third of a three-part series that explores Camber Collective’s journey of equity and belonging. ...
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This blog post is the second in a three-part series that explores Camber Collective’s journey of equity and ...
First of a three-part series discussing Camber Collective’s process of fostering an organizational culture of equity and belonging. It begins with deeply understanding the history of racial injustice and colonial inequity, and how these impact our work as a firm, and our relationships as team members committed to social impact.
The Global South, particularly countries in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) face the highest risk of climate vulnerability and developmental issues exacerbated by climate change. For example, the African continent contributes only a small percentage of global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, but its inhabitants are among the most vulnerable to the effects of climate change and have the least infrastructure for climate resilience. These issues brought about by climate change impact local environments and trigger several serious problems that threaten the livelihood of most residents. If progressively left unchecked, these issues will undoubtedly create a near-term catastrophic retrogression in the region's economy.
In most African countries, access to primary health has improved over the last 20 years. There are still, however, many barriers to quality health care access, such as high costs and crowded, understaffed, and under-resourced facilities. This paper explores some of the causes and solutions digital technology offers in Sub-Saharan Africa.
A chance encounter, a spark of interest, an awakening of purpose, and a growing experience of mutual trust and growth set Tara Ghassemikia on a pathway she never even knew could exist. Let’s hear her describe how her years at Camber influenced the way she helps drive positive impact today at the nexus of community health and emergency responsiveness. Our Director of Impact and Equity, Rozella Kennedy, sat down with Tara to learn about her path.