IMC is leading a consortium to evaluate the performance of the What Works to Prevent Violence Programme. The Evaluation Team are carrying out an independent evaluation of research and research uptake stemming from this multi-country study on VAWG.
A three-year programme designed to help the Department for International Development (DFID) apply frontier technologies to meet the biggest challenges in development.
IMC Worldwide has signed a contract with DFID for the Assessment of Sustainability and Targeting of DFID's Water and Sanitation Portfolio, 2011-2015.
IMC is managing the delivery of the program up to completion through consultancy services activities (i.e. site survey, shelter design, procurement through tendering, evaluation, award and construction supervision).
The programme aims to identify and prioritise future climate and seismic resilient investments in transportation assets affected by landslides in Sylhet and Chittagong hill tracts districts in Bangladesh.
The most challenging construction project in the history of Bangladesh, this bridge will be approximately 6.15km long and will connect Mawa to Janjira, linking the south-western region to the rest of the country.
IMC is supporting the National Housing Authority to provide secure and affordable housing to low-income communities in Bangladesh.
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.
IMC Worldwide is part of a consortium appointed by the Ministry of Finance of the British Virgin Islands for an assignment, funded by the Caribbean Development Bank, to support the reconstruction of essential road infrastructure.