Freetown WASH & Aquatic Environment Revamp
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.
Assessment of Sustainability and Targeting of DFID’s Water and Sanitation Portfolio
IMC Worldwide has signed a contract with DFID for the Assessment of Sustainability and Targeting of DFID's Water and Sanitation Portfolio, 2011-2015.
Mozambique: Monitoring of results of the national water, sanitation and hygiene programme
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.
Tanzania: Measuring and maximising value for money of rural water supply investments
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.
Ghana: Providing quality assurance for WASH documentation
IMC Worldwide is providing assistance and review services to UNICEF Ghana on Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) documentation.
Myanmar: Improving Yangon’s sewage network
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.
Ghana: Supporting the establishment of a National Sanitation Authority
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.
Haiti: Increasing demand and coverage for urban sanitation services
IMC have redesigned the urban sanitation project in Jacmel, Haiti, to increase demand and coverage for sanitation services.
Sierra Leone: Providing a long-term solution to solid waste collection and disposal in the Western Area
A four-month study designed to identify and develop socially acceptable, environmentally friendly and economically viable engineered landfill sites within or around the Western Area.
Bangladesh: Providing safe and affordable housing to low-income communities
IMC is supporting the National Housing Authority to provide secure and affordable housing to low-income communities in Bangladesh.
Applying frontier technologies to meet the biggest development challenges
A three-year programme designed to help the Department for International Development (DFID) apply frontier technologies to meet the biggest challenges in development.
Worldwide: Innovation prizes for international development challenges (Ideas to Impact)
Solving the problems faced by the poorest through prize-driven innovation.