We help people to solve their problems. Our decades of experience in the evaluation, analysis and design of large and technically complex projects, often across multiple locations, sets us apart. We know how to manage the delivery of all the services involved.
We enable our clients to understand and prioritise their needs and to respond with the best solutions to meet their particular circumstances. We do not bring a template. Our approach is: What does the client want? How can we best address that?
We then allocate the best team to make it work. We are proud of the teams we put together and of the results they achieve.
How we've added value:
Education Sector Support Programme in Nigeria (ESSPIN)
We're managing a six-year programme to support federal and state governments in Nigeria to develop effective planning, financing and delivery systems to improve access to and the quality of basic education. By 2014, ESSPIN will have had a significant impact on 7,500 public and 1,600 non-government schools – reaching four million learners.
Improving education for 200 million children in India
We helped the Indian Government to improve monitoring of the education system by supporting assessments of children’s learning levels and evaluations of education quality.
Reforming lower secondary education in Uganda
We are supporting the Ugandan Ministry of Education and Sports to shift from an old model of secondary education, designed for a minority of children, to a broader, more inclusive curriculum. The project has surveyed 200 employers to assess the skills needed for Uganda’s future workforce.
Reforming education in Pakistan
We are providing support to government in Punjab to improve access, equity, quality and relevance of education, as well as strengthening governance of school education in the province.
Helping 25 million Bangladeshis improve their English
Television dramas, mobile phones and iPods are the unconventional tools being used to help a sixth of Bangladesh’s 160 million population to improve their English. Mott MacDonald is leading a nine-year programme aimed at teaching many of the poorest people in Bangladesh vocational English as a route into work and out of poverty.
Getting girls to school in South Sudan
We designed and are managing a six-year education programme to accelerate the enrolment, retention and completion of primary and secondary education for 200,000 girls. Only one girl in ten completes primary education and girls comprise just a third of the secondary school population. The project aims to transform lives of a generation.