Business, government and civil society leaders worked together to create the Bhavishya Alliance to combat child undernutrition in India -- learn more (Joe McCarron photo)
Synergos helps solve the complex problems of poverty and inequality by promoting and supporting collaborations among business, government, civil society, and marginalized communities.
We create the conditions for these partnerships to be successful by building trust, designing and implementing change processes, enhancing the effectiveness of bridging leaders and institutions, and sharing our knowledge and experience. (Learn more about our approach.)
Our major partnerships are improving education in Brazil, agriculture in Ethiopia, maternal and child health in Namibia, the lives of vulnerable children in Mozambique and South Africa, and child nutrition and girls empowerment in India.
Our networks of leaders include the Synergos Senior Fellows, the Global Philanthropists Circle, networks of social innovators in the Arab World and Central Asia, and the LINC network of professionals working to improve the lives of children in South Africa.
Over the course of more than 25 years, Synergos has supported innovative initiatives in more than 30 countries and regions.
Synergos was founded in 1986 by Peggy Dulany, who serves as our Chair, and is headed by Robert H. Dunn, President and CEO. We are headquartered in New York with staff and representatives in Africa, Europe, the Middle East, and Latin America.
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