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At University Impact, we strive for the most meaningful deployment of capital worldwide. Our research and reports help shape the way we approach social impact.

Agriculture in Africa

A majority of the worlds most impoverished are living in Sub-Saharan Africa, and a large portion of them are working as smallholder farmers. This report explores how to help a significant number of people living in extreme poverty in Sub-Saharan Africa by investing in agriculture. To do so, University Impact has evaluated the supply chain, infrastructure, market access, financial inclusion, knowledge dissemination, and investable solutions in the agricultural industry in Sub- Saharan Africa. This will help guide University Impact’s efforts to invest in the space to spur positive change while earning market-rate returns.

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Investing with a Gender Lens

We acknowledge that around the world, all people can face unique discrimination and bias. However, women as a whole have experienced gendered prejudices on a systematic and institutional level throughout history. For this reason, we focus this report on addressing the disparities of equality in health, economic well-being, and physical safety outcomes among women around the globe.

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Associate Articles

Presidential candidates shouldn’t pick the vice president. Voters should.

The Washington Post – May 29, 2019

Rumors swirled this spring that Joe Biden considered naming a running mate at the start of his campaign. To his supporters, the move was vintage Biden: a bold step toward transparency in an opaque process. To Biden critics, the move felt like a stunt.

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Presidential candidates shouldn’t pick the vice president. Voters should.

The Washington Post – May 29, 2019

Rumors swirled this spring that Joe Biden considered naming a running mate at the start of his campaign. To his supporters, the move was vintage Biden: a bold step toward transparency in an opaque process. To Biden critics, the move felt like a stunt.

Read more

Presidential candidates shouldn’t pick the vice president. Voters should.

The Washington Post – May 29, 2019

Rumors swirled this spring that Joe Biden considered naming a running mate at the start of his campaign. To his supporters, the move was vintage Biden: a bold step toward transparency in an opaque process. To Biden critics, the move felt like a stunt.

Read more

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