Africa’s population is predicted to double by 2050 with populations in Sub-Saharan Africa expected to grow at the fastest rate, further fuelling the need for international development.
NGOs in developing countries have a vital role to play. They advocate policy change and are often well-positioned to ensure that communities participate in political processes. Where governments lack capacity, NGOs assist in rendering services and they are well-positioned, given freedom to innovate and integrate with societies, and test new approaches to socio-economic challenges.
In recent years, the localisation of development programmes and talent have been key drivers in the transformation of the International Development space across Africa and other emerging markets. This creates a change in the talent acquisition landscape which Millar Cameron is excited to continue supporting.
Along with this, the sector is seeing an increase in the intersection between the public and private sector with a new emphasis on interconnectivity and collaboration.
The International Development team at Millar Cameron is well equipped to attract the best people to senior management roles and leadership positions in all parts of Africa. Our clients recognise us as a key partner in identifying top talent in a space that is ever-changing and often difficult to navigate.
Millar Cameron is particularly experienced in supporting organisations involved in agricultural development and conservation.