THE DABOUB PARTNERSHIP
After 25 years of hands-on experience in business, public policy, academia and civil society organizations, Dr. Juan José Daboub has launched The Daboub Partnership™, focused on sharing what has proven to work around the world for companies, governments and nonprofit institutions.
We are developing long-term relationships and enduring values, capitalizing on the international reputation for vision, integrity and innovation.
Our success is based on ideas that work, timely identification of opportunities, assembling the best possible team to implement practical solutions, active communications and achieving a double bottom line: maximum return on investment and enabling the environment for people in need to take destiny into their own hands.
A UNIQUE PERSPECTIVE
As active members of global entities, including public, private and multilaterals, but also as investors and business owners ourselves, we have a unique perspective on the world. We understand the needs and concerns of vulnerable people, individual investors, industry leaders and public interest stewards. Because we sit on the same side of the table as those who want to implement reforms in their countries or are handling complex situations in their organizations, we are able to understand their goals and help build their future in partnership.
As humanity continues to evolve through new technology, global partnerships and information sharing to improve the state of the world, companies have an obligation to work toward a double bottom line, maximizing investment while improving economies and uncovering opportunities for people in need. At The Daboub Partnership website, the latest news and best practices will be shared.
GAIN MESSAGE CONTINUES AT NOTRE DAME
The Global Adaptation Index (GAIN)—the world’s leading Index showing which countries are best prepared to deal with the droughts, super-storms and other natural disasters that climate change can cause—is moving to the University of Notre Dame. GAIN, which ranks countries annually based on how vulnerable they are to climate change and how prepared they are to adapt, was formerly housed in the Global Adaptation Institute, a Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit.