In this article, the Prosperity Fund Team at IMC Worldwide sets out the pivotal importance of addressing environmental issues as a lever for economic growth.
CONNECT – the economic development component of the Rural Access Programme (RAP) in Nepal - closed on 31 March 2019, leaving a legacy of better livelihoods for thousands of Nepalis.
#BalanceforBetter: Our women consultants share what motivates them to work in International Development.
We are pleased to announce that IMC Worldwide has won the Feasibility Study and Detailed Designs for the Millennium Highway and West Coast Road Upgrading Project in Saint Lucia.
It's time to celebrate! Together with DFID Nepal, we have handed over the latest road section constructed under the UK Aid-funded Rural Access Programme.
We are delighted to acknowledge that we have been shortlisted for the 2019 British Expertise International Awards under two categories.
Since 2017, within the UK Aid-funded Ideas to Impact programme, IMC, Energy 4 Impact and CLASP have been testing off-grid refrigerators submitted by global manufacturers to determine efficiency, reliability and design appropriateness for off-grid users.
Francisco, part of our Project Management team, shares the biggest lesson learned in his role as a Project Manager: adopting a people-centred approach.
NCELL has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with UKaid funded RAP3 CONNECT to offer over 400 women the opportunity to become retailers of NCELL re-charge cards.
Event at COP24 in Katowice, Poland, discussed climate adaptation initiatives and the role of innovation prizes.
We announced the seven winners of the Tekeleza Prize. Learn more about their innovative climate solutions.
We are pleased to announce that IMC Worldwide has officially endorsed the Principles for Digital Development, a set of nine best practice guidelines designed to help practitioners successfully apply digital technologies to development programmes.
IMC Worldwide is extremely proud and humbled to have won the Association for Project Management (APM) Award 2018 for the Overseas Project of the Year category.
IMC's WASH team takes us on a journey from flush to sewer about challenges and solutions for sanitation in developing countries.
IMC’s Kathryn Hancock reflects on how the private sector working in international development can ensure the commitments made to improve safeguarding can be brought to life in view of the DFID international summit on 18 October.