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Mobilize Millions: Investing in the Fintech Gender Dividend in Pakistan

01 Sep 2022

This Outcomes Report highlights the findings from the virtual roundtable “Mobilize Millions: Investing in the Fintech Gender Dividend in Pakistan” hosted in partnership with Globesight and the Pakistan Fintech Network. The roundtable focused on how growth companies can capture the opportunity that the gender dividend offers by expanding its total addressable market while at the same time serving the underbanked and unbanked in Pakistan, who are mostly women.

Clean Energy Challenge: Fostering Private Sector Engagement to Advance Clean Energy Access in Displaced Settings in Turkey

24 May 2021

At the core of Globesight’s work to advance the global development sector is the commitment to the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals. These 17 thematic trends are the driving force behind the 2030 Agenda for sustainable development. The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, adopted by all United Nations Member States in 2015, provides a shared blueprint for peace and prosperity for people and the planet, now and into the future. 

The platform is a space to challenge existing assumptions and promote new solutions for a more just, equal, decent & inclusive world. The platform offers Informed commentary that provokes discussion and critical thinking to help ensure the world reaches the outcomes set out by the SDGs by 2030.

COVID-19 Update Tracker Archive

From April 2020 to September 2021, Globesight systematically tracked the COVID-19 response and gathered key insights on the effects of the pandemic across relevant sectors. Knowing where and how aid flows contributes to better understanding the successes, gaps, and shortcomings of this unprecedented worldwide mobilization effort. The COVID-19 trackers added significant value to our understanding of funding mechanisms and opportunities in times of crises and provided perspectives into trends at play in the aid and philanthropic sectors. They presented an opportunity to evaluate how swift, efficient, and equitable aid responses were throughout the many deadly COVID-19 waves that countries encountered, and to demonstrate the need for similar systematic monitoring resources that can capture rapid developments in real-time.