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How development finance leaders can help emerging-market economies survive the COVID-19 crisis

To ensure financial relief packages are passed on to small businesses, workers, and the self-employed, Dalberg calls on development finance leaders to scale up coordinated liquidity models, guarantee concessional financing focuses on the most vulnerable and expedite deal processing times, among other recommendations.

Cost-effective response to COVID-19: Light every health clinic in Africa and south Asia

  • Bill Gates warned recently that COVID-19 could overwhelm health systems in sub-Saharan Africa and have "very, very dramatic" consequences.
  • Distributed renewable energy solutions (such as stand-alone solar and mini-grid) represent a clean, cost-effective, rapidly deployable and reliable option to electrify healthcare centers, transforming lives while bolstering global efforts to achieve UN Sustainable Development Goal No. 3 – good health and wellbeing.

Matthew Weatherley-White: How I invest my own money

Climate is the organizing principle of Caprock Group’s Matthew Weatherley-White’s personal investment portfolio. In the next installment in ImpactAlpha’s “Walking the Talk” series, Weatherley-White says he’s seizing the current market turmoil to prune and further green his portfolio, which feels “awesome… and responsible… and intelligent.”