Deep Dive Study on Digital Innovation within DFID’s Agriculture Programmes
IMC is leading a consortium to undertake a comprehensive analysis of the digital innovations within DFID’s agricultural programming. The study includes the cataloguing of existing digital tools and digitally enabled innovation being used in DFID’s agricultural portfolio in Africa and Asia and developing a series of Digital Agriculture Country Studies to recommend ways DFID can maximise opportunities from digital and innovation in its programming.
Malawi Oilseed Sector Transformation (MOST)
The Malawi Oilseeds Sector Transformation (MOST) programme is a £7m, 5-year market systems development programme funded by UKaid. It aims to increase the incomes of poor women and men working in Malawi’s cotton, groundnut, soybean, sesame and sunflower markets.
The Business Enabling Environment Programme (BEEP) in Zimbabwe has been funded by the UK Department for International Development from 2014 to 2018 to promote pro-growth reforms and make the country more business friendly.
Applying frontier technologies to meet the biggest development challenges
A three-year programme designed to help the Department for International Development (DFID) apply frontier technologies to meet the biggest challenges in development.
Scaling up digital innovation in Sub-Saharan Africa
The XL Africa project helps tech start-ups develop successful growth strategies and connects them with mentors and investors so they can scale.
Expert Advisory Call-Down Services (EACDS) – Lot C: Promoting Global Prosperity
Expert Advisory Call-Down Services (EACDS) Framework – LOT C provides high-quality resources and technical expertise on issues relating to global prosperity.
Africa, South Asia: Promoting innovation in the agri-food and health sectors (Connect to Grow)
Montserrat: Preparation of the country’s Physical Development Plan
IMC was commissioned to prepare a national Physical Development Plan (PDP) for 2012-2022, providing the government of Montserrat with a framework for land use development and infrastructure investment.
Worldwide: Innovation prizes for international development challenges (Ideas to Impact)
Solving the problems faced by the poorest through prize-driven innovation.
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.
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.