Who we are
Accenture Development Partnerships works with leading international development organizations to address the world’s social, economic and environmental issues. By delivering the power of Accenture’s global capabilities and experience, we help our clients develop sustainable, innovative and market-based solutions to maximize value while driving measurable impact.
What difference we make
Our work touches the heart of the human condition. Accenture Development Partnerships tracks the latest market innovations and technologies and applies them to areas of need around the globe such as access to healthcare, energy, education and skills, finance, and water and sanitation. We build lasting relationships and convene uncommon partners across public, private and nonprofit sectors. It’s about tossing aside yesterday’s distinctions about who does what and how, and coming together to drive lasting social change.
Accenture Development Partnerships offers a range of services to the development sector centered around four key areas. Our best work happens when we thread strengths in these areas together to provide complete solutions at scale.
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James Baxani, Strategy Consultant, Health & Public Service, Accenture discusses working on an Accenture Development Partnerships project at Save the Children and Plan International to provide young people with access to education and ensure that all young people have the opportunity to learn.
Soma Dey, Strategy Manager, CFO & Enterprise Value, Accenture shares her experience working on an Accenture Development Partnerships project helping Plan International to fulfill its mission to help more children.
Lucy Buzzoni, Strategy Manager, Communications, Accenture shares her experience working on an Accenture Development Partnerships project helping Oxfam to fulfil its mission of reducing world poverty.
Gabi Oken, Management Consulting manager, Accenture shares her experience working with The University of Notre Dame’s Initiative for Global Development to provide connectivity, electricity, education and entrepreneurship skills in rural Africa.
Annie Geraghty, management consultant, Life Sciences, Accenture, shares her experience working with Amref Health Africa to support community health workers with mobile technology in Kenya.