Edward Jackson, President of E.T. Jackson and Associates, and Karim Harji, the firm’s Director of Research, presented a paper at the recent Sustainable Finance and Impact Investing Conference at the Saiid School of Business at the University of Oxford.
Ghana’s new High Commissioner to Canada, His Excellency Dr. Sulley Gariba was officially ushered into office in Canada when he presented his letters of commission to the Governor-General of Canada, His Excellency the Right Honorable David Johnston on Wednesday, February 18, 2015 at Rideau Hall, Ottawa.
Dr. Sulley Gariba, long time senior associate of Jackson and Associates, and a global thought leader on development and evaluation, has arrived with his wife, Mme. Neo Thamae Gariba, in Ottawa to take up his duties as Ghana’s new High Commissioner to Canada.
Palgrave Macmillan has published an important new book by Jackson and Associates Senior Associate Kevin McKague and Muhammad Siddiquee entitled Making Markets More Inclusive: Lessons from CARE and the Future of Sustainability in Agricultural Value Chain Development.
The release of the global report of the G8 Task Force on Social Impact Investment marks a new inflection point for building the impact investing field worldwide.
Dr. Sulley Gariba, Senior Associate of the firm and Senior Policy Coordinator in the Office of the President of Ghana, has been appointed Ghana’s new Ambassador to Canada.
Senior Associate Denise Beaulieu has just published an article in the Knowledge Management for Development Journal, entitled “Diversity and tension in knowledge production and dissemination: a closer look at the activities of 10 civil society organizations in Ghana.”
The Impact Investing Policy Collaborative brought the London Principles alive. We were proud to be a sponsor of this work.
On May 30, 2013, Dr. Ted Jackson, President of E.T. Jackson & Associates, gave a well-received talk on impact investing sponsored by the Jamaica Stock Exchange in Kingston, Jamaica.
As part of its launch of a new initiative in six African countries, the Rockefeller Foundation released its new report: Digital Jobs: Building Skills for the Future.