Dominica: increasing resilience of the transport network
After tropical storm Erika in August 2015, the government of Dominica set out to increase the transport network resilience. This includes the rehabilitation of the Loubiere to Bagatelle Road. Within this project, IMC is providing environmental, social, gender, economic and road safety inputs.
Caribbean: integrating climate resilience in the road transport sector
IMC Worldwide has been contracted by the Caribbean Development Bank to help its Borrowing Member Countries to increase the resilience of the transport sector to the impacts of climate change and natural hazards.
Serbia: Mainstreaming climate resilience in road transport management
Eastern Europe & Central Asia
IMC has been contracted by the World Bank to provide technical assistance to the government of Serbia to integrate climate resilience in the road transport sector.
Niue: developing a new transport strategy that increases resilience to climate change
IMC Worldwide is helping the government of Niue to develop a new transport investment strategy. We are also assisting the government in preparing concept notes to apply to funding support from the Green Climate Fund.
Worldwide: Evaluating the UK government’s International Climate Finance (Climate Change Compass)
The MEL programme is working to catalyse the flow of credible knowledge around the ICF network, enriching understanding and decision-making at all levels from policy to practice on the ground.
Nepal: Improving livelihoods and welfare through the Rural Access programme (RAP)
Improving livelihoods and welfare with better rural access.
Uganda: Environmental and Social Management Systems as part of Technical Assistance to the National Roads Sector
UK Overseas Territories: Addressing climate change by promoting low carbon climate resilient development
Worldwide: Innovation prizes for international development challenges (Ideas to Impact)
Solving the problems faced by the poorest through prize-driven innovation.
Indonesia: Post-tsunami reconstruction in Aceh
We are particularly proud of the part we played in the reconstruction of the Indonesian region of Aceh following the 2004 tsunami and 2005 earthquake.
Worldwide: Evidence on Demand for DFID (CEIL-PEAKS)
Developing and disseminating knowledge products, learning resources and technical expertise to inform those on the front line of poverty reduction.
Rwanda: Helping government develop green secondary cities
Helping government to plan investment in infrastructure for the future