The livelihoods of people around the world are threatened by demographic shifts and economic stresses, from rapid migration from rural areas to urban centers, a growing youth bulge in Africa, and an aging working population, all of which contribute to significant unemployment and underemployment around the world. The Rockefeller Foundation works to promote new approaches to economic goals, development, and management to expand opportunity and create more inclusive markets.
Planning for Proximity: How a Study in Real Estate Development Can Promote Social Mobility
Is Protein a Key to Feeding Ten Billion?
What the U.S. Can Learn from India on Climate Change and Energy Access
Can impact sourcing achieve both business and social impact?
Not only does impact sourcing benefit the worker—who might not have other means of employment—it helps…, President, The Rockefeller Foundation, 2005 – 2017 President Emerita, University of Pennsylvania
Food Waste Turning the food waste prevention… 100x25 Achieving gender inclusivity in the… Health of Informal Workers Exploring innovations to help meet the… YieldWise Reducing post-harvest food loss for… Transforming Health Systems Building strong health systems and… Disease Surveillance Networks Pioneering networks to detect and… Innovative Finance Shaping the next generation of… Bus Rapid Transit Delivering the permanence, speed, and… U.S. Youth Employment Engaging employers to increase job… Smart Power for Rural Development Electrifying rural villages in India to… Digital Jobs Africa Connecting Africa's rapidly growing…