Our Partners

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Arizona State University maintains partnerships with a diverse range of national and global organizations to advance international development priorities, including:

  • International development funding agencies: ASU partners with major development funders including USAID, the Inter-American Development Bank, Millennium Challenge Corporation, the World Bank, U.S. Department of State, and Bureau of Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs.
  • International Development implementers: ASU International Development has partnered on international projects in both prime and subcontractor roles with industry leading firms including Chemonics International, Creative Associates, Engility, IREX, DAI, Palladium Group, RTI, Winrock, World Learning Institute and others.
  • Corporate partners: ASU draws upon the capabilities of the private sector to advance international development and educational innovation. Some of our corporate partners include Intel, Starbucks, Freeport McMoRan, Goldman Sachs, Pepsico, Wal-Mart, Femsa (Mexico) and more.
  • International governments: ASU conducts projects in and maintains memoranda of understanding with governments throughout the world. Among our global partners are Vietnam, India, Pakistan, Palestine, Indonesia, Ghana, Mexico, El Salvador and others.
  • Universities: ASU is a world leader in forging university partnerships, and maintains formalized relationships with over 100 universities around the world. This allows ASU to rapidly draw upon the expertise of other universities for international development projects. ASU also plays a leading role in two cutting-edge university consortia promoting innovation in higher education, the PLuS Alliance and University Innovation Alliance.
  • NGOs and non-profits: ASU maintains extensive relationships with think tanks, NGOs, and non-profit institutions, including The McCain Institute for International Leadership, Mayo Clinic, New America, Mastercard Foundation, The Sustainability Consortium and Slate.