Both outer islands have similar topography and terrain, and the road network typically runs through hilly and sloping areas along the coast and is affected by flooding and storm surge hazards.
IMC is leading a consortium of firms to deliver infrastructure development projects worldwide.
IMC Worldwide is developing a process-based guide for the World Bank's Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery (GFDRR) to develop local level recovery frameworks to assist countries recover from various types of disasters.
The MEL programme is working to catalyse the flow of credible knowledge around the ICF network, enriching understanding and decision-making at all levels from policy to practice on the ground.
Developing and disseminating knowledge products, learning resources and technical expertise to inform those on the front line of poverty reduction.
Solving the problems faced by the poorest through prize-driven innovation.
The Ti-UP Resource Centre was established by DFID in 2006 to provide knowledge, advice and technical services in the combined fields of transport and communications, infrastructure and urban planning to DFID advisers and partners.
IMC Worldwide has provided monitoring and evaluation support to the eight workstreams of the Moving Energy Initiative (MEI), bringing knowledge across MEI partners and implementing organisations to share with the wider humanitarian, development and energy sectors.
A six-month project aimed to improve trade flows in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) priority countries including Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, Mexico, Nigeria, South Africa and Turkey.