team’s many hours of co-learning, reflecting, appreciation, de-centering, and design of our pathway towards being an equitable firm and a collaborative partner for our clients and their missions. However, as Camber’s new and first Director of Impact and Equity who joined the firm earlier this fall of 2021, I am excited and proud to share my perspective on what we have discovered so far, and the efforts we will continue to pursue.
We are passionate about generating big ideas and engaging in bold dialogue to drive positive and lasting social change.
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.
Care about economic mobility, public health, or democracy? Climate change should be an integral part of your impact strategies
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 in this perspective piece by analyst Roxane Sazegar and partner Bethanie Thomas.
Though we have known about the harmful effects of excess greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions for decades, it has become ...
We must not forget about the power of norms to influence decisionmakers and achieve food system transformation by bypassing, influencing, or implementing policy.
As we near a year of coronavirus and lockdowns, what started with debilitating fear of infection, peaked at pandemic fatigue, and now is beginning to curtail with the chance of vaccine-induced safety, one of the most pressing questions of development presents itself yet again: How does one distribute scarce resources?