IMC Worldwide was contracted by the Department for International Development (DFID) to conduct feasibility studies, provide conceptual designs and produce tender documentation to revamp the WASH and Aquatic Environment in Freetown, Sierra Leone.
IMC Worldwide is providing assistance and review services to UNICEF Ghana on Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) documentation.
IMC is undertaking in-depth research to support the decision-making processes and consultation in Ghana, under the guidance of the Ministry of Sanitation and Water Resources, to support the establishment of a National Sanitation Authority.
We provided design and bid documents for the rehabilitation and road safety upgrading of 25km of the peri-urban road linking the main airport and the interior to the capital Georgetown as well as a new Weight Control Station. New legislation was also drafted.
IMC have redesigned the urban sanitation project in Jacmel, Haiti, to increase demand and coverage for sanitation services.
A formal handover programme of Maure-Kailashmandu and Maure-Toli-Chhatara district road (Total 29.68 km), constructed by Rural Access Programme (RAP3), a joint programme between government of Nepal and Government of UK, has been accomplished on 18th February 2019 at Maure of Triveni municipality, Bajura.
A five-year research programme funded by DFID to increase access to transport services, more affordable trade routes, and safer, lower carbon transport in low income countries.
IMC has been contracted by the Department for International Development (DFID) to undertake an independent review of the Sustainable Energy, Access and Gender (SEAG) programme.
We are particularly proud of the part we played in the reconstruction of the Indonesian region of Aceh following the 2004 tsunami and 2005 earthquake.