Increasing development impact through public-private partnerships.
Over the past decade, the global development landscape has evolved to include many new change-makers, including local entrepreneurs, multi-national firms, social enterprises, and private philanthropies. This shift has resulted in new partnerships that bring together the public, private, and nonprofit sectors to address key development challenges such as employment, financial inclusion, and gender disparities.
In response to the changing environment, USAID is harnessing the power of multi-sector approaches to global development through private sector engagement, public-private partnerships, and its Global Development Alliances (GDA) model. Since 2001, USAID has formed over 1,600 alliances and mobilized more than $20 billion in private funding to enhance foreign aid programs.
Dexis assisted USAID’s Center for Transformational Partnerships (CTP) to build new, ground-breaking partnerships with the private sector. Dexis’ experts embedded within USAID provided the CTP team with technical support and implementation services for program strategy, data and research, learning and training, and communications.
Dexis assisted USAID in creating new processes, messaging, and mindsets to successfully launch and manage partnerships. Dexis’ support to CTP built on the legacy of its work under the previous USAID GDA contract.