International development

International development has made great strides in our lifetimes. But the world’s poorest and most vulnerable communities continue to face huge challenges. PwC is assisting governments, donors, foundations and NGOs across the globe to help manage their international programmes, funds and internal operations to help alleviate poverty and boost global economic growth.

“Transforming the impact investment market in Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia for the long term.”

Supporting economic development through improved business engagement, impact investment, inclusive growth, and investment climates.

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“28 countries, 80+ institutions and over 350 trained climate negotiators in developing countries – a powerful global network driving climate-compatible development.”

Helping governments, NGOs and private sector organisations better mitigate carbon emissions and adapt to climate change.

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“Reforming the police service in the Democratic Repubilic of Congo – building trust between local communities and police officers.”

Increasing accountability, transparency and trust between governments and their people, resulting in better governance and security worldwide.

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“£300m across 17 countries in Africa and Asia – the largest ever global fund dedicated to girls’ education.”

Improving the lives of the world’s poorest people by enhancing and increasing access to basic services.

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PwC’s 10th International Development Conference - our summary

PwC’s 10th International Development Conference - our summary

We are delighted to share with you our summary of PwC’s 10th Annual International Development Conference, held in London on 22 November 2017. The conference attracted over 200 international development practitioners from the UK and elsewhere, from a range of professional backgrounds including public sector, academia, civil society and the private sector.

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Case study: Harnessing the 4th industrial revolution for sustainable emerging cities

Case study: Harnessing the 4th industrial revolution for sustainable emerging cities

In collaboration with the World Economic Forum and Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment, the PwC Cities & Urbanisation team led the development of a thought paper on Harnessing the 4IR for Sustainable Emerging Cities. The paper identifies five key climate and environmental challenges in emerging cities, and explores how 4IR innovations could be harnessed to tackle these to create a more sustainable urban future.

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Paul George
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