As healthcare enterprises invest in new digital capabilities, a host of innovative startup solutions are seeking to partner with them in changing the way care is delivered.
Perspectives: Camber Collective Blog
Camber Collective and the Educational Network for Global and Grassroots Exchange hosted a virtual event to make space for conversation and collaboration around creating a more equitable and resilient food system in the Bay Area.
Camber Collective donated 1% of our 2021 revenue to Equity giving and brought the whole team into the process. Our Director of Impact and Equity shares reflections.
As government, philanthropy, and the private sector become increasingly aligned around the need to share prosperity more equitably in the US, particular momentum has grown to strengthen economic mobility – in the form of breakthrough research, ambitious policies, and powerful coalitions.
Camber's Director of Impact and Equity shares her perspective on what we have discovered so far, and the efforts we will continue to pursue.
Public healthcare spending has doubled in sub-Saharan Africa over the last two decades, with the per capita going from $100 in 2000 to $205 in 2018. But, despite this progress, access to primary care remains a challenge for many people.
Climate change affects all dimensions of human life. A robust climate response requires a transdisciplinary approach that factors climate considerations into all sectors and strategies. Read more about climate’s overlaps with economic mobility, public health, and democracy and opportunities for enhancing impact.
Individuals in high-income, high-carbon countries have an important role to play in reducing our global carbon footprint. Leveraging social tools offer an opportunity to magnify the impact of behavior change towards climate mitigation.
We must not forget about the power of norms to influence decisionmakers and achieve food system transformation by bypassing, influencing, or implementing policy.