Introducing Impact Delivery: Raising the Bar for Digital In Global Health Development

Episode 49  |  36 minutes

Social impact organizations and governments worldwide are under immense pressure to do more with less. We are confronting an array of complex, constantly-evolving pressures ranging from economic uncertainty, humanitarian crises, inflation, pandemics, and climate change. All of this means we need to deliver more services to more people. And, we often need to do it with flat or decreasing levels of funding. 

Digital solutions have the potential to help us do more with less, to create more value for every dollar invested.  But most digital transformations either fail outright, or fail to create this sustained value.

In today’s episode, Jonathan Jackson and Amie Vaccaro explore a new approach called Impact Delivery designed to address the challenges we are facing in global health and development and the ways technology can and must step up to better deliver on its potential in creating a world where everyone has access to the services they need to thrive. 

Topics discussed:

  • How technology is failing global health and development
  • Why a new approach is needed
  • The three pillars of Impact Delivery: Better Impact, More Impact and Sustained Impact
  • Tangible examples of what each pillar looks like in practice
  • What this approach means for social impact organizations and government


Impact Delivery official webpage

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