As we near a year of coronavirus and lockdowns, one of the most pressing questions of development presents itself yet again: How does one distribute scarce resources?
Perspectives: Camber Collective Blog
Camber Co-founders and Partners Brian Leslie and Ted Schneider describe their, and the firm’s, journey to center racial equity in our work.
This article draws on insights derived from a funder survey distributed by Camber to explore the impacts of COVID-19 on the philanthropic sector and identifies opportunities to catalyze more effective grantmaking throughout the pandemic.
We unpack the climate change-attributed challenges facing the food system in Sub-Saharan Africa and some of the improvements needed to mitigate potentially catastrophic climate effects and support continued regional progress and prosperity.
We discuss what a rural healthcare delivery system of the future could look like, and the boundary conditions and potential impacts.
We discuss the current reality of food systems in the US, theories of food systems transformation, and reflections on what we can do to help keep our people and our planet alive and well.
America’s rural health business model was built to mimic our urban care delivery infrastructure and incentives. It is a model that has been impractical and ineffective for decades and is entirely unsustainable in the COVID-19 era.
We discuss one powerful approach for collective decision making in the new era of COVID-19.
Amid a national dialog on systemic racism, police violence, and COVID-19 contact tracing, the creation of public health case management forces could be a compelling and cost-effective way to address current challenges.