The Reach Alliance has announced new partnerships with the University of Cape Town, Ashesi University, Singapore Management University, and the University of Melbourne. The Reach Alliance was founded by the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy, and originally included institutions from Mexico and the UK. The inclusion of universities in Africa, Asia, and Australia helps expand the scope and depth of Reach research, enhances faculty and student researcher experience, and quickens the creation of actionable insights on complex development issues. “We’re thrilled to welcome these leading universities to the Alliance and to learn from their unique and diverse perspectives,” said Reach Alliance Executive Director Marin Macleod. “Their faculty and students will make a tremendous contribution to our global network of experts on how to reach the hardest to reach.” Newswire Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.