Our work with government leaders has resulted in dramatic improvements in the lives of millions of poor people in the areas of access to health services, education, and electricity.
Yet too many people still live in absolute poverty, and too many countries lack the institutional capacity and resilience to transform their situation and the lives of their people. Despite living in a period of unprecedented wealth and potential, for almost a billion men, women, and children, there is still no promise of a job to call their own, a roof over their heads, food on their tables, or basic healthcare and education.
Our work focuses on the centre of government and is shaped by national priorities. It includes economic development and inclusive growth, job creation, modernising infrastructure, public service reforms, and government innovations.