NCELL has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with UKaid funded RAP3 CONNECT to offer over 400 women the opportunity to become retailers of NCELL re-charge cards.
Event at COP24 in Katowice, Poland, discussed climate adaptation initiatives and the role of innovation prizes.
We announced the seven winners of the Tekeleza Prize. Learn more about their innovative climate solutions.
We are pleased to announce that IMC Worldwide has officially endorsed the Principles for Digital Development, a set of nine best practice guidelines designed to help practitioners successfully apply digital technologies to development programmes.
IMC Worldwide is extremely proud and humbled to have won the Association for Project Management (APM) Award 2018 for the Overseas Project of the Year category.
IMC's WASH team takes us on a journey from flush to sewer about challenges and solutions for sanitation in developing countries.
IMC’s Kathryn Hancock reflects on how the private sector working in international development can ensure the commitments made to improve safeguarding can be brought to life in view of the DFID international summit on 18 October.
New UNFPA study conducted by IMC sheds light on sexual and reproductive health and rights and gender-based violence prevention and response among young persons with disabilities.
'Tomorrow’s cities will be where the physical world, sharing economy and digital ecosystems intersect for the majority of the world’s people so we need to take a connected approach', says Gavin English, Managing Director.
IMC and the UK Trade Policy Observatory have been selected by FCO to deliver the Strategic and Economic Case for Trade Facilitation and Border Management.
Nada Ibrahim, from IMC’s Inclusive Growth team, presents four innovative ways the international development community can support smaller enterprises to gain access to finance and in turn grow.
Principal Consultant Baiju Vaidya, from IMC’s Inclusive Growth team, explores what innovation actually means and how we can try and innovate ourselves.
We are delighted that the authorised Coca Cola bottler in Nepal, Bottlers Nepal Limited, has joined Unilever, Prabhu Bank and UK Aid-funded RAP3 CONNECT, which is delivered by IMC, to help local women become micro-entrepreneurs.
We are pleased that the Rural Access Programme was presented as an example of the positive impact achieved by programmes funded by the Department for International Development during a UK Infrastructure and Projects Authority conference in June.
IMC Senior Consultant Philippa Jefferis takes stock of the ACE Progress Network event, which took place in London in June, on exporting British expertise and the 3 key factors UK companies should consider to ensure lasting impact overseas.