Within a European Union-funded project, IMC is working with the Ministry of Housing and Urban Development of Swaziland to support the National Physical Development Plan (NPDP) from 2017 to 2027.
IMC Worldwide has been contracted by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) to design and implement an evaluation and learning activity in Tajikistan that will build evidence on integrating gender considerations into climate resilience policy and investment planning processes.
IMC Worldwide has been contracted by the Department for International Development (DFID) to assist in the development of rural roads in Tanzania by building climate resilience into the Improving Rural Access in Tanzania (IRAT) Programme.
IMC is conducting a six-month study to provide services that will contribute to several of Tanzania's Power Africa programme/USAID's business streams.
A nine-month programme designed to undertake a value for money assessment of rural water supply investments from the first phase of the Water Sector Development Programme, and a life-cycle cost assessment of rural water schemes in Tanzania.
This review (commissioned by DFID) was conducted by IMC Worldwide, in partnership with Garama 3C Ltd, with the aim to identify tools and methods for the measurement of resilience over Growth, Governance and Inclusion themes.
IMC is implementing a two-week training programme on appraisal and evaluation of public investment projects for Vietnamese government officials.
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