Call for Consultants and Independents
The Global Knowledge Initiative (GKI) is looking for like-minded practitioners, change makers, advisers, facilitators, designers, coaches and analysts to become part of our expanding network.

GKI is an international development organization that pioneered methods and tools to spur “Collaborative Innovation.” We believe it is not a failure of intellect, nor a lack of resources, that keeps us from solving complex, global development challenges. Rather, the failure lies in how we collaborate and catalyze action around high-impact solutions. GKI works with our partners to unlock systems change. We enable organizations to come together to better understand challenges as they exist within complex systems, target opportunities to create a new future and align innovations, investments and resources to scale system-disrupting solutions.

Using the power of collaborative innovation, we work to solve complex challenges at the forefront of the global development conversation. Our clients include USAID, the World Bank, Rockefeller Foundation, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and many more purpose-driven organizations. GKI’s current portfolio includes a diverse range of initiatives focused on food systems, marine waste, national health systems, economic development, and climate change.

Please visit globalknowledgeinitiative.org for more information about our work.
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