We recently visited Pakistan to meet government and civil society representatives to discuss opportunities for making the country's roads safer.
CoST works with governments, industry and communities in 15 countries to drive better value for money in public infrastructure investment and help change lives. Our review will explore how the initiative can better support communities worldwide.
In part one of this two-part series, Sustainability and Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) expert Jonathan Essex and Associate Director of Governance and Peace Sensitivity Zahed Yousuf explore social cohesion in DRR programming.
Leading consultancy and engineering executives were celebrated at the recent Association for Consultancy & Engineering European CEO Awards. IMC Worldwide MD Gavin English received the Sterling Award for significant progress in a senior executive role.
Andre Steele of our Engineering team and James Walton of our Economics & Finance team highlight the roles that public-private partnerships can play in post-earthquake Nepal.
In this issue of the IMC podcast, we discuss Connect to Grow, a three-year programme that is connecting Indian innovators with enterprises across South Asia and Africa to improve people's health and agri-food prospects.
IMC Worldwide has been selected to evaluate DFID's ATJP in South Sudan.
We were recently selected to undertake an evaluation of DFID's regional approaches to achieving development impacts in Africa.
We are now developing the New Zealand MFAT-funded Humanitarian Monitoring and Evaluation Framework, informed by the the New Zealand Aid Programme’s humanitarian response to Tropical Cyclone Pam in Vanuatu.
We just received an Award of Merit for the Rural Access Programme in Nepal at the 2015 FIDIC Awards in Dubai.
We are now working with the NGO GOAL in Syria to help water service providers achieve greater self-sufficiency.
IMC Worldwide has been selected to evaluate a rural economic and argricultural growth programme in Tajikistan.
IMC Principal Engineering Consultant and WASH engineering expert Andre Steele discusses the use of appropriate technology following this year’s Henderson Colloquium at Cambridge University.