We’re providing infrastructural technical assistance across the seven Western Balkan countries in the areas of environment, energy, transport and social infrastructure.
We’re providing wide-ranging economic and institutional technical assistance to the UK embassies and governments of Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Morocco and Tunisia.
We are working with the Palestinian Authority to reform the core cycle of planning, budgeting and monitoring of government service delivery.
We carried out an innovative study to assess the effectiveness and efficiency of the European Commission’s Corporate Communication Campaign.
We carried out a mixed-methods evaluation on EU’s Common Fisheries Policy under the Directorate-General for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries.
We evaluated the EU’s a trans-European network to facilitate the movement of EU citizens, economic operators, and regional and local communities.
We carried out a holistic evaluation of the European Union’s agricultural promotion policy and the information and promotion measures funded through this policy.
We carried out a mixed-methods evaluation of the Green Week, Europe’s biggest annual conference on environment policy.
We provided a comprehensive mid-term review of the foreign policy financing instruments of the EU.
We worked with DG TAXUD to improve programme impact measurement, increase transparency and ensure accountability and value for money of EU funding.
The Western Balkans TAF seeks to build resilience and strengthen domestic reform agendas in Serbia, North Macedonia and Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The Nigeria Policing Programme (NPP) improved how policing is delivered in Nigeria by working with the Nigerial Police Force and providing technical assistance to institutions to improve their ability to function.
The Danish International Development Agency (DANIDA) established the Business Advocacy Fund (BAF) in 2006 with the objective of reducing unemployment and poverty.
On our Somalia Security and Justice Programme we are improving the country’s security and justice services and how Somali people access them.
As Independent Fund Manager for several GSMA Mobile for Development funds from 2008 to 2021, we provided robust fund management systems and controls.
SUED promotes inclusive and climate-resilient urban economic growth across Kenya by identifying high-impact value chain and infrastructure projects and raising investment to bring them to fruition.
UKNIAF aims to catalyse sustainable economic growth through infrastructure that directly benefits the poorest and most vulnerable Nigerians.
LINKS aims to support the development and diversification of Northern Nigeria’s economy by increasing incomes and creating jobs.
We are working with the national government of Antigua and Barbuda to strengthen their fiscal position, climate budgeting and public sector management.
We evaluated the first phase of the Girls’ Education Challenge (GEC), the largest global fund dedicated to providing quality education for over a million marginalised girls.
We are carrying out comprehensive evaluation and monitoring of TEFOS, a flagship programme funded by BEIS, to tackle deforestation in Colombia.
We are providing third party monitoring to the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office’s Pan-Africa Department.
We led the evaluation of the Prosperity Fund to help the UK government understand its impact and performance.
We carried out the results management and learning role for the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development’s Cities & Infrastructure for Growth programme.
REINVENT aims to enhance Kenya’s capacity and capability to address community security, violent extremism and election security.
ACE-TAF increases access to clean, reliable energy and improves the well-being and livelihoods of more than ten million people across Africa.