Together, we can tackle humanity’s toughest problems.
We work with leaders to drive transformational impact at scale.
Some challenges feel impossibly complex. Yet from our work on the front lines of some of the world’s toughest problems, we remain relentlessly optimistic. We’re a global consultancy, incubator and institute, helping leaders design powerful change initiatives and drive transformational impact at scale.
Together, we’re building a more peaceful, equitable and sustainable world.
A trusted partner for complex problems
Bringing tailored expertise to unlock new insights, approaches, strategies and partnerships.
Equipping leaders and organisations with the skills and tools to drive system change at scale.
Incubating new initiatives to tackle conflict, hunger, poverty and environmental sustainability.
Catalysts for collective action
Wasafiri, means “travellers” in Swahili, and was inspired by the phrase, “Traveller, there is no path: we make the path as we walk together.” This simple statement evokes the spirit of how we work; as trusted adviser, collaborator and systems-change entrepreneur, relentlessly driven toward transformative action. Our expertise lies in generating new insight, ideas and partnerships to drive collective action on complex problems
Systemcraft is Wasafiri’s approach to creating transformational change. It’s been forged from our experience on the front lines of some of the world’s toughest problems and is grounded in a robust body of research and theory.
Systemcraft offers a practical framework for creating system-level change in the face of big, messy and seemingly intractable problems.
As well as using Systemcraft in our consultancy work, we also share it with leaders and practitioners working to create a more equitable, sustainable and peaceful world.
Visit the Systemcraft Institute to learn more, take a course or join our community.
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Claudia Piacenza is Wasafiri’s Food lead, and a food system changemaker
As a child she dreamed of becoming a journalist, firewoman, or painter. realising that she wanted to make the world a more just place led her to Wasafiri.
Faster food system transformation: why it’s more art than science
Changes to the way our food is produced, processed, distributed, consumed, and disposed of will rely more on creativity, intuition, and subjective judgment rather than strict scientific principles and methodologies.
We are looking for a Graphic Designer
If you have a passion for visual storytelling, an eye for aesthetics, and the ability to bring ideas to life through stunning designs, we want to hear from you.