We design projects and programmes that maximise impact. Our strategic approach is based on making counterparts reflect on the desired objectives and on the “how do we get there?”.
Building on past projects for more than 50 governments around the world, we adapt strategies, practices and experiences to local conditions and institutional capacities, aligned with the values of beneficiaries and partners.
18 years of work with institutions on labour and mobility issues provides technical solidity to solutions designed with Project Cycle Management techniques.
Our approach to formulate projects is based on a 360-degree view of development cooperation, addressing needs and priorities of target beneficiaries, and aligning interventions to policies, strategies, plans and programmes of partner countries and institutions.
Our services for international organisations, governments and the civil society include:
We implement Staff Development projects for the public sector to carry out institutional reforms and improve workflow of service delivery.
We design direct assistance programmes in the areas of labour, skills development and employability, economic re-integration and livelihood, information systems and awareness raising campaigns, regular migration and access to justice.
We design projects for UN agencies using Project Cycle Management techniques. Actionable interventions with well-defined goals, time frames, and inputs are identified by envisaging the expected situation at the project’s end, which helps counterparts visualize both institutional changes and impacts on beneficiaries 6, 18 and 24 months after inception. Our extensive ONE-UN and UNDAP experience enables us to develop effective inter-agency cooperation strategies that create progressive ownership of government counterparts in synergy with civil society, the private sector and bi-lateral cooperation.
We conduct project evaluations and impact assessments of projects and programmes for government agencies and international organisations. We make use of quantitative impact estimation and institutional change evaluation methods.