The future of #GlobalDev

The future of #GlobalDev

What's global development going to look like a decade from now?

That was the question Devex asked Executive Members in a survey about the future of the industry. Following the publication of the survey results, Devex Impact reporter Adva Salinger posed the same question to CEOs of global corporations, executives at nongovernmental organizations and others on the sidelines of the Clinton Global Initiative’s annual meeting in New York.

From less working in silos to increasing focus on noncommunicable diseases in global health, to more risk-taking to country leadership of development programs, as well as a new area of partnerships, top officials from such diverse organizations as GAIN, PATH, Feed the Children, Save the Children and the Vitality Institute for Health Promotion shared their views on how #GlobalDev will likely evolve over the next 10 years.

Click on the above video to learn their insights.

What do nearly 1,000 senior-level executives from NGOs, donor agencies, corporations and the public sector think about the future of global development? View our complete series — featuring exclusive insights and interviews with top executives — to find out.

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    Adva Saldinger

    Adva Saldinger is an Associate Editor at Devex, where she covers the intersection of business and international development, as well as U.S. foreign aid policy. From partnerships to trade and social entrepreneurship to impact investing, Adva explores the role the private sector and private capital play in development. A journalist with more than 10 years of experience, she has worked at several newspapers in the U.S. and lived in both Ghana and South Africa.