Competition to fund innovative projects to improve High Volume Transport in Africa and South Asia open until 16 August.
IMC was announced as the winner of the Social Impact Champion of the Year award at a gala dinner ceremony at the Marriott Grosvenor Square Hotel in London on Wednesday 6 June.
IMC Worldwide is working on behalf of the UK Department for International Development and the Guma Valley water company to rehabilitate the water supply system of Sierra Leone's capital Freetown.
Within a UK Aid-funded project, an IMC-led team is providing recommendations for the rehabilitation of the sewerage system of Yangon’s downtown district, in Myanmar, for the benefit of over 300,000 residents.
Trade drives sustainable development in low-income countries. Women’s contribution to the sector is key to maximising their country’s trade potential and advancing gender equality. However, they still face numerous barriers.
The acquisition of ISG enhances IMC’s presence in the US and our monitoring and evaluation services.
In this blog post, IMC’s Economics and Finance Senior Technical Director James Reeves provides an overview of the work IMC has carried out in the small Pacific island of Niue to increase the resilience of its transport sector to climate change.
We are pleased that Monica Inkpen from IMC won the Young Consultant of the Year award and the Islamic Development Bank-funded Fael Khair project, which we have been delivering in Bangladesh, was highly commended.
With funding from the Caribbean Development Bank, IMC is developing guidelines to help the 19 Caribbean countries to incorporate climate change adaptation into road network planning, construction, budgeting and decision-making strategies.
IMC has celebrated International Women’s Day with an award ceremony in our Nepal office in Kathmandu, to highlight women’s achievements and contribution to their communities within the UK Aid-funded Rural Access Programme.
CONNECT, which is funded by the UK Department for International Development and delivered by IMC, is working with Nepal’s private sector to create jobs for poor women.
In this blog post, IMC’s disaster risk management and sustainability expert Rumana Kabir shares her views on how development practitioners and states should build systems that increase communities’ resilience to disasters.
The Business Enabling Environment Programme (BEEP) in Zimbabwe has been funded by the UK Department for International Development since 2014 to promote pro-growth reforms and make the country more business-friendly.