What we do

What we do - Raj Kumar, President
We connect and inform...
600,000+ development, health, humanitarian, and sustainability professionals
through news, business intelligence, and funding & career opportunities
so you can do more good
for more people.

Devex members | 1,000 funding agencies, companies and NGOs in 40 countries

Save the Children
SNC Lavalin
Acet
Microsoft
PWC
Aaron S. Williams
Tessie San Martin
Russ Webster
Devex's understanding of the international development 'business' is exceptional.
Aaron S. Williams
Executive Vice President
International Development Group
RTI International
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Tessie San Martin
President and CEO
Plan USA
Devex provides a valuable service, linking development experts with professional service opportunities, and enhancing the quality of assistance to those in need around the globe.
Russ Webster
Fmr. President, Cardno Emerging Markets USA, Ltd.
Deloitte
GE
HLSP
KPMG
CARE
Adam Smith Institue
SNV
PADF
ARS Progetti
UNF
DAI
CPCS
Al Jidara
Catholic Reliefe Services
IBM
Earnst & Young
ICON Institut
Crown Agents
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COWI
Chemonics
Yuichiro Motomura
Dr. Darius Mans
Lizaan Prosser
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Yuichiro Motomura
President and CEO
PADECO Co., Ltd.
We're entering a new era in Africa and in development, and staying on top of the latest trends is essential. Devex helps me do just that.
Dr. Darius Mans
President, Africare
Former Acting CEO, MCC and Former Director, World Bank Institute
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Fmr. President & CEO, Crown Agents USA
IRRI
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JSI
Grant Thornton
Iber geo

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