IMC Worldwide has been contracted by the Caribbean Development Bank to help its Borrowing Member Countries to increase the resilience of the transport sector to the impacts of climate change and natural hazards.
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.
A five-month study designed to evaluate the potential installation of mini power grids in the northeast region of Congo.
After tropical storm Erika in August 2015, the government of Dominica set out to increase the transport network resilience. This includes the rehabilitation of the Loubiere to Bagatelle Road. Within this project, IMC is providing environmental, social, gender, economic and road safety inputs.
IMC was commissioned to produce an operational guide to mainstream disaster resilience into urban investment projects.
Under the Environmental, Social and Resettlement Services IDIQ with MCC, IMC Worldwide is providing a range of environmental, social management and resettlement consulting services in support of the development and implementation of Sierra Leone’s Threshold Programme.
IMC assisted the Ethiopian National Meteorological Agency and Hydrology and Water Quality Directorate to deliver weather, climate and hydrological services to help reduce the impact of natural disasters and hazards and improve social and economic development.
ELFSS supports DFID’s Humanitarian Assistance and Resilience Programme in South Sudan (HARISS) through better use of high quality evidence.
Expert Advisory Call-Down Services (EACDS) Framework – LOT C provides high-quality resources and technical expertise on issues relating to global prosperity.