IMC is providing independent monitoring of results of the Mozambican Government’s national water, sanitation and hygiene programme, with a focus on central level and decentralised levels in Zambezia and Nampula provinces.
IMC Worldwide has been appointed by DFID for the delivery of MUPE – EELC Lot 3 of the overall MUPE programme.
IMC produced national safe and child-friendly school construction guidelines, assessed training courses, action plans and pilot of the guidelines to aid resilience in school infrastructure.
IMC Worldwide was contracted by the Department for International Development (DFID) to conduct a condition survey and analysis of Yangon's downtown sewage network, assessing options to refurbish, replace or expand the city's sewerage system.
A 13-month programme aimed to support the recovery and retrofitting of selected community infrastructure, capacity for construction and development of earthquake resilient buildings and raise awareness following the 2011 earthquake in Nepal.
USAID’s Bureau of Policy, Planning and Learning (PPL) has contracted IMC to provide monitoring, evaluation and learning services to the disaster risk reduction programming which has been implemented in Nepal by the USAID’s Office of US Foreign Disaster Assistance (OFDA).
Improving livelihoods and welfare with better rural access.
Addressing the need for the development of a clear plan for the future transport system of the Kathmandu Valley.
IMC had assisted Biratnagar Submetropolitan City in developing a comprehensive urban transport and land use strategy, and enhancing institutional capacity for urban transport planning and management.
IMC Worldwide is helping the government of Niue to develop a new transport investment strategy. We are also assisting the government in preparing concept notes to apply to funding support from the Green Climate Fund.
Large-scale vital works to improve up to 1500 classrooms