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We just published our Annual Review 2017

Tuesday 29 May 2018

In 2017, IMC Worldwide continued to grow and deliver solutions that produce maximum social, economic and environmental value for disadvantaged communities around the world.

Read the full Annual Review 2017

We delivered 132 projects across 48 countries with funding from donors such as the UK Department for International Development (DFID), World Bank, Caribbean Development Bank, USAID, Asian Development Bank, European Union, Islamic Development Bank and European Investment Bank. We also entered new countries, including Swaziland, Somalia, Jordan, Niue, Belarus and Armenia.

We expanded the range of services we offer and established new teams working across trade and investment, urban and resilient development, and water, sanitation and hygiene. Their establishment make us even better equipped to help tackle the greatest challenges of our time.

We continued to harness technologies to maximise the impact of our programmes on the lives of vulnerable people and work in fragile and conflict-affected states such as South Sudan to generate learning from and improve the impact of humanitarian aid delivery.

Our work has been recognised by organisations such as British Expertise and the UK Association for Consultancy and Engineering from which we received recognition and awards.

Deputy Head DFID Pakistan Judith Herbertson (left) and Principal Sajida  Bibi (right) inaugurate a new library donated by UK Aid and IMC to a  primary school in Pakistan’s capital Islamabad in July 2017.
Deputy Head DFID Pakistan Judith Herbertson (left) and Principal Sajida Bibi (right) inaugurate a new library donated by UK Aid and IMC to a primary school in Pakistan’s capital Islamabad in July 2017.

We believe that our responsibility in the world does not end with the programmes we implement.

From allocating £10,000 per year to our Charity Fund to support poverty alleviation initiatives in the regions where we operate through to joining the UN Global Compact, we reinforced our commitment to make the world a better place.

The people behind IMC, which grew to 124 permanent staff, are our greatest asset. Thanks to their talent, passion and hard work we achieved much during 2017, and are confident this will continue in 2018 and beyond.

We invite you to read more about the work we were privileged to undertake in 2017 in the full version of our Annual Review.

Cover photo: With DFID funding, the IMC WASH team has been rehabilitating and extending the water network of Sierra Leone’s capital Freetown to benefit 600,000 people in the eastern part of the city.

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