This outcomes report highlights the key takeaways from the virtual roundtable ‘2 Weeks to COP28: Can we Bridge the Climate Finance Gap?” The diverse group of key global and national climate stakeholders outlined the current financing landscape and discussed innovative climate finance models and their applications in the Global South.
At the core of Globesights 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.
Can We Bridge the Climate Finance Gap?12 Dec 2023
Navigating the Nexus of Climate Change, Health, and Nutrition in Pakistan25 Jul 2023
This report is a product of Globesight’s ongoing efforts to highlight climate change as a pressing health crisis in the Global South. It outlines the key findings from a virtual panel hosted in Pakistan; highlighting gaps in approaches, advocating for effective use of data, evidence, and communication strategies, and identifies the need for institutional commitment to protect the population’s health and nutrition.
Climate Displacement and Resilience07 Jun 2023
This Outcomes Report highlights the key findings from the roundtable “Climate Displacement and Resilience” hosted in partnership with Globesight and the South Asian Institute of Policy and Governance (SIPG) of North South University. The roundtable framed major issues related to climate induced displacement in Bangaldesh and provided expert recommendations on how to create resiliency and sustainability at the local and community level.
Mobilize Millions: Investing in the Fintech Gender Dividend in Pakistan01 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.
Towards a Needs-Based Approach: A Framework for Engaging External Actors in Reconstruction in Syria30 Jun 2020
This report puts forward a framework highlighting the priority needs of Syrians in reconstruction across four dimensions: livelihoods, housing, infrastructure, and services. In particular, the external priorities and engagement of various external actors are addressed along this framework.
Philanthropy in Evolution: The Foundation Sector in the State of Kuwait01 Jun 2019
This report, produced in partnership with the Harvard Belfer Center, presents a detailed survey of Kuwait’s philanthropic sector. This study was undertaken jointly by researchers at the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation at the Harvard Kennedy School as well as at Globesight.
The Growth of Institutional Philanthropy in the United Arab Emirates01 Apr 2018
This study was undertaken jointly by researchers at the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation at the Harvard Kennedy School and Globesight, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE).