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Impact through Co-Creation: Transforming Global Funding Dynamics

09/07/2023 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm


Are you curious about the transformative power of co-creation in the realm of international development funding? Join us for a thought-provoking webinar that delves into the profound impact of co-creation on global funding strategies.

In a rapidly evolving world, the traditional approaches to international development are being reshaped by collaborative efforts. This webinar will shed light on the paradigm shift brought about by co-creation within the global funding landscape. Our distinguished speaker will guide us through a comprehensive exploration of the multifaceted effects of co-creation on international development funding.


Dr. Joshua Muskin
Senior Director, Education Team Lead
Geneva Global

Joshua is an expert in converting education and other development investments into innovative programs with exciting strategies and enduring, life-changing impacts. Recognized by peers internationally, he brings extensive expertise in the many dimensions of education and training, wise and effective leadership, and a collaborative approach to the design, implementation, evaluation, and sustainability of programs across development sectors.

Over his nearly 40-year career, Joshua has worked domestically and internationally with a panoply of institutions dedicated to creating better futures for children, their parents, and communities. This journey has taken him from school classrooms in suburban Philadelphia to living in two refugee settlements in the remote reaches of Sudan, and to many other locations in the Americas, Africa, Europe, and Asia in between. In education, Joshua has combined work with classroom teachers, local authorities, communities, and central system leaders to improve the quality of delivery and outcomes in areas such as classroom instruction, learning assessment, gender equity and inclusion, technical and vocational training, literacy, and many other aspects. He has also worked in the areas of economic development, gender equality, agriculture, water, sanitation, and health (WASH), refugee relief, and integrated community development, among others.

In all of his work, Joshua maintains a laser focus on systems change that moves beyond policy and plans to real and lasting improvements in classrooms, communities, and beyond.

An accomplished educator, thinker, doer, and researcher, Joshua has published and presented widely. Most recently a Non-Resident Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution and Senior Education Officer at the Aga Khan Foundation, he completed his doctoral and master’s studies in City and Regional Planning at the University of Pennsylvania and received his B.A. at Dartmouth College, where he majored in French Literature and minored in Anthropology.


11:00 am - 12:00 pm
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