Supporting human development globally
SEEK Development is a strategic and organizational consulting group based in Berlin, Germany, dedicated to driving progress and innovations in global development.
We specialize in strategy and policy development, large programmatic and organizational evaluations, leadership and change management, and strategic advocacy. Our sectoral focus is on global health, education, and agriculture, with functional focus areas including aid effectiveness, the global financing architecture for development, and innovative financing approaches.
SEEK Development works primarily with international organizations, public-sector and civil-society institutions, foundations, and socially responsible enterprises. SEEK’s clients include the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation; Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance; GIZ, the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, the World Health Organization, and the World Bank, among others.
SEEK Development is also the creator of the Donor Tracker, a free, independent website designed to facilitate strategic advocacy, featuring up-to-date analysis of 14 major OECD donors.
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SEEK authors ONE blog
On August 4th the advocacy and campaigning organization ONE published a guest blog by SEEK on the impact of the refugee crisis on European donors’ development policies and budgets. A special report on this issue was published on the Donor Tracker.
SEEK contributes to the Global Strategy 2017 Progress Report
SEEK led an analysis of commitments to the Global Strategy for Women’s, Children’s and Adolescents’ Health, as well as analyses of domestic and donor financing. The findings informed the Global Strategy 2017 Progress Report, which was presented by Tedros Ghebreyesus, the WHO Director General, at a high-level meeting on July 11, 2017.
Article by SEEK featured on Devex
On June 1, the online development media platform Devex published an ‘op ed’ by SEEK’s Sabine Campe and Raimund Zuehr on the impact of the refugee crisis on European donors’ development policies and budgets. This coincides with the Donor Tracker’s release of a special report on this issue, also published on June 1.
Investing In Innovative Health R&D Tools
Sabine Campe presented on the global health R&D landscape at a side event to the World Health Assembly. The event was organised by the Medicines for Malaria Venture, the Council on Health Research for Development, and the Global Health Council. A summary of the event is available here.