We’re Quite Multi-Disciplined striving to be the primus inter pares

What we do Best

In our quest to help improve the effectiveness of aid, we assist with Research Activities. Over the past fifteen (15) years, we have been actively engaged with:

  • Needs Assessments

  • Baseline Surveys

  • Monitoring and Final Evaluations

  • Mid Term Reviews / Evaluations (MTR/E)

  • Training

  • Policy Formulations

  • Early Warnings

  • Market Surveys

  • Polling Exercises

Our findings and recommendations have helped our partners to, inter alia:

  • Improve on the provision of basic social services.

  • Promote community driven projects.

  • Provide public health education on HIV/Aids and other communicable diseases.

  • Provide counseling services to disadvantaged children and vulnerable groups.

  • Strengthen agricultural projects within communities.

  • Enhance skill training and capacity building programs.

  • Learn lessons  and gain experiences.

  • Identify problems-causes, magnitudes, effects, and implications.

  • Maximize output, outcome and impact.

  • Promote good humanitarian practices – accountability, transparency and good governance.

  • Promote Human Rights Based Approach to Programming (HRBAP).

  • Work towards the achievement of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)