Here are a few of our past and current undertakings. Should you wish to see the full list of our projects or reference all our work, please feel free to contact us.
Supporting efforts by the World Bank Group to design a new funding instrument to support governments and partners engaged in disarming, demobilizing and reintegrating armed groups into society.
Clients: World Bank Group, United Nations, African Union, civil society and governments.
Together with our partner Zimmerman & Zimmerman, we offer data services solutions that strengthen the efficiency and effectiveness of our clients’ activities in the areas of monitoring, evaluation and learning.
Clients: Governments, the United Nations Agencies and Private Philanthropies.
Disarmament, Demobilization, and Reintegration (DDR) practitioners today are being asked to plan and implement DDR programs in settings where there is no peace agreement in place and ongoing violence and insecurity prevail.
Client: World Bank Group and AU member states
One of the key challenges is that a management scheme capable of measuring human rights work is hard to design.
Client: Swiss based human rights organization
Developed a partnership and resource mobilization strategy and model based on the specific needs of lower and upper middle income countries. Emphasis was on leveraging government and private sector/philanthropic resources towards common development objectives.
Clients: Governments of Namibia and Eswatini (formerly Swaziland) and the United Nations
Analysis of several European philanthropic organizations’ experiences in social impact monitoring against SDGs benchmarked against similar national and international experiences by the private and public sectors.
Clients: Dutch Philanthropic Sector, private sector and academia
Developed a branding and marketing strategy for a youth civil society organization.
Client: Saudi Arabian Youth Training Center
Integration of scalable learning systems with the potential to shift to an increasing returns model where the more staff and partners that join together to learn faster, the more rapidly value gets created.
Clients: Five different Royal Saudi philanthropic organizations working together with public and private partners in the sectors of youth, children, women, disabled, and vulnerable groups in prisons