Development Assistance through Evidence-based Research

Cutting-edge
survey research has been a cornerstone of our work since inception. Clients
seek out our recognized leadership and multidisciplinary teams of experts in
all aspects of survey science.

We
support evidence-based decision-making—focusing on the full data lifecycle to
ensure that quality data and information are translated into knowledge and
action.

We
work on behalf of government agencies, foundations, NGOs, and other clients to
deliver expert technical assistance in support of programs that serve critical
social, economic…

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build both simple and complex data processing systems and provide clients
innovative solutions to their data management challenges.

Where We Work

We are active across the African continent and some parts of the Middle East working with a wide range of clients, including international NGOs, national governments, regional organizations, bilateral and multilateral donors, private corporations and philanthropies. We are headquartered in Abuja, Nigeria with field offices in Jos, Lagos, Maiduguri, Nairobi, Johannesburg and New Delhi.

Since our inception, we have provided technical assistance in the implementation of more than 120 donor-funded projects across the spectrum of health, education, livelihoods, markets and capacity development in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Middle East and North Africa region.
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15 Apr12:09pm

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Trump Halts World Health Organization Funding over Coronavirus ‘Failure’

Donald Trump was condemned for putting countless lives at risk on Tuesday when he announced the US is freezing payments to the World Health Organization (WHO) over its handling of the coronavirus pandemic. The US president said funding would b[...]

05 Apr15:03pm

Ebola Outbreak in West Africa

Monrovia, Liberia - September 19, 2014:   Former taxi drivers in Monrovia. Vincent, 24 (in blue) and Junior, 20 (in red), both residents of West Point used to drive motorcycles for a living -- a form of local transport in Liberia used like taxis. After the government banned motorcycles in downtown Monrovia they had to stop. Now, because of Ebola, they can't find any work. They want a job, but no one is hiring so they wait on the side of the street at the entrance of West Point. They are not happy with the government and their response to Ebola. They want a change in leadership. Photo by Morgana Wingard  

Source: Flickr Album ' Ebola Outbreak in West Africa': The Ebola health crisis that has claimed thousands of lives must not be allowed to become a crippling socio-economic crisis as well. Now is the time to ensure these countries can also continue to function and swiftly get back on their feet - see how UNDP is supporting this.         

https://www.flickr.com/photos/37913760@N03/sets/72157648119364049/with/16187510217/ Photo: UNDP/Morgana Wingard
COVID-19: Looming Crisis in Developing Countries Threatens to Devastate Economies and Ramp Up Inequality

New York – The growing COVID-19 crisis threatens to disproportionately hit developing countries, not only as a health crisis in the short term but as a devastating social and economic crisis over the months and years to come. Income losses[...]

31 Mar11:41am

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DFID Goes Quiet on COVID-19 Response

LONDON — The U.K.’s international response to the COVID-19 pandemic has been criticized by insiders as “disappointing” and poorly communicated. Some observers said the U.K. government’s performance has not been living up to its “development superpower” reputation, as it struggles[...]

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