Our experts are involved throughout the project cycle, from project formulation through to implementation and evaluation/lesson-sharing. We have recognized expertise in the following areas:
Improving access to essential public services: integrated approach to technical (preliminary and final designs), sociological, legal, economic and institutional aspects
Adaptation to climate change: vulnerability and risk management studies, environmental impact assessments, energy efficiency, ensuring the resilience of services, etc.
Institutional expertise: sector analyses and strategies, institutional reforms, public policy development, designing service management models
Social engineering: household surveys, developing communication and learning strategies (IEC), social impact assessments, analyses and participatory modeling
Promoting small-scale private operators: identification and formalization, creating management structures, developing technical and financial skills, etc.
Technical and organizational capacity-building: developing and delivering learning modules and seminars, group facilitation, designing methodological manuals, developing human resources
Economic and financial expertise: funding, pricing, operating cost optimization, financial expertise for public service concession contracts
Integrated water resources management: assessments, developing master plans, enhancing stakeholder cooperation, supporting local populations, prospecting, water resource development and monitoring