Sierra Leone: Providing a long-term solution to solid waste collection and disposal in the Western Area
A four-month study designed to identify and develop socially acceptable, environmentally friendly and economically viable engineered landfill sites within or around the Western Area.
Tanzania: Isolated Grid Optimisation
IMC is conducting a six-month study to provide services that will contribute to several of Tanzania's Power Africa programme/USAID's business streams.
Uganda: Increasing efficiency in road maintenance
Over the next two years, IMC will work to improve the operational efficiency of road maintenance in Uganda.
Uganda: Providing technical assistance to Uganda National Roads Authority
IMC Worldwide has been contracted by the Uganda National Roads Authority (UNRA) to improve the country's transport sector.
High-Volume Transport Applied Research
A five-year research programme funded by DFID to increase access to transport services, more affordable trade routes, and safer, lower carbon transport in low income countries.
Worldwide: developing a local disaster recovery framework guide
IMC Worldwide is developing a process-based guide for the World Bank's Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery (GFDRR) to develop local level recovery frameworks to assist countries recover from various types of disasters.
South Sudan: Consulting services for preparation of an output and performance-based road contracting (for Juba – Nadapal Road)
Guyana: Improving the East Bank Demerara Road
We provided design and bid documents for the rehabilitation and road safety upgrading of 25km of the peri-urban road linking the main airport and the interior to the capital Georgetown as well as a new Weight Control Station. New legislation was also drafted.
Nepal: Improving livelihoods and welfare through the Rural Access programme (RAP)
Improving livelihoods and welfare with better rural access.
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.
Nepal: Sustainable urban transport
Addressing the need for the development of a clear plan for the future transport system of the Kathmandu Valley.
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
Uganda: Improving a country’s road network (CrossRoads)
Working towards a sustainable road market that encourages public and private sector actors to develop a more efficient and competitive road construction and maintenance industry.