International Development

International Development is centred around the pursuit of a better world for all humanity through the elimination of poverty, discrimination, and injustice. International Development is a key part of the heart of Red Sea’s International Search work, seeking to implement long – term solutions by helping developing countries create the necessary capacity needed to provide sustainable solutions to their challenges.

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At Red Sea, we align our work in International Development with the United Nations Sustainable Development goals, finding and empowering leaders to reduce poverty and hunger, promoting good health and wellbeing, improving global education for all, eliminating inequality, harnessing affordable and clean energy, promoting economic growth, sustainable community, promoting peace and justice and work to care for our planet.

We do this through working with partners across the United Nations and inter- governmental organisations, private sector, corporate, individual, and institutional philanthropy, foundations and trusts and the INGO and civil society sector.

We have experience recruiting development leadership across the Global South and leadership in the Global North, at C Suite, Regional and Country/ grassroots level. We have worked across East, West and Southern Africa, Asia Pacific and Latin America in development and humanitarian aid, education, sanitation, health, economic empowerment, sustainability, and gender equality.

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Global markets must be balanced by global values such as respect for human rights and international law, democracy, security and sustainable economic and environmental development.

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School closures due to Covid-19 – The rise of online learning and increasing disparities in Ghana.

To combat the rapid spread of the Covid-19 virus, many schools across the globe closed their doors to students as one by one government mandated lockdowns upon their societies. UNESCO

School closures due to Covid-19 – The rise of online learning and increasing disparities in Ghana.

To combat the rapid spread of the Covid-19 virus, many schools across the globe closed their doors to students as one by one government mandated lockdowns upon their societies. UNESCO

The other side of the Green Energy Revolution – The lesser known environmental impact of the Electric Car

COP21 and the rise of the Electric Car. Every year the physical effects of climate change are being felt across the globe, from rising sea levels to the increasing prevalence

Women’s Economic Empowerment

Women’s economic empowerment is paramount to the world’s economy, including more women in the existing markets, access to resources, productivity, control over their own time, lives and bodies, in all