IMAGO knows there is strength in numbers. In addition to our clients, we work with several partner organizations towards our common goal of helping people lift themselves out of poverty.
The D-Lab at MIT is creating a global network of innovators to design and disseminate technologies that meaningfully improve the lives of people living in poverty through interdisciplinary courses, technological development, and community initiatives.
The Global Delivery Initiative (GDI) of the World Bank is a collaboration across the international development community to forge a new frontier in development efforts worldwide. They seek to improve the existing, but fragmented, knowledge of what works in international development—why and most importantly how—and to support practitioners in using these insights to deliver consistent results on the ground.
Results for Development Institute (R4D) is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to unlock solutions to tough development challenges that prevent people in low- and middle-income countries from realizing their full potential. Using multiple approaches in multiple sectors, including Global Education, Global Health, Governance and Market Dynamics, R4D supports the discovery and implementation of new ideas for reducing poverty and improving lives around the world.
BRAC is a development organization dedicated to alleviating poverty by empowering the poor. Their mission is to empower people and communities in situations of poverty, illiteracy, disease and social injustice. Their interventions aim to achieve large scale, positive changes through economic and social programs that enable men and women to realize their potential.
Social Enterprise Innovations works to scale innovations in service delivery into the World Bank Group’s operations and research, and positions the World Bank as a leader in surfacing, supporting, and scaling social enterprise innovations for service delivery to populations living in extreme poverty.
The Caribbean Development Bank intends to be the leading catalyst for development resources into the Region, working in an efficient, responsive and collaborative manner with their Borrowing Member Countries (BMCs) and other development partners, towards the systematic reduction of poverty in their countries through social and economic development.
In February of 2015, representatives from a broad range of donors, foundations, think tanks, and independent scaling-up experts established a cross-sectoral Community of Practice and a set of associated working groups as a global platform for thought leadership and professional networking related to “scaling for impact.” Initial areas of attention for the Community of Practice include integrating scale considerations into donor organizations, more strategic use of public-private partnerships for scale, enhancing the role of monitoring and evaluation in scaling up, scaling up in fragile states, and scaling innovation.