We cover the full spectrum of skills and services for our clients, some of which include government departments, health and education authorities, commercial companies and non-governmental organisations.
We've assisted the International Finance Corporation with the privatisation of KEDS, Kosovo’s power transmission and distribution company. We provided technical and regulatory transaction advice for the €27M acquisition by Turkish investors Limak and Calik. The Kosovo government took the decision to privatise KEDS to generate the major infrastructure investment needed to improve performance and reduce substantial losses in electricity provision. Our role helped to attract investment whilst ensuring the tender process was open, transparent and competitive.
Our education consultants assisted the Kosovo government in improving the quality and efficiency of the provision of education and training services – particularly pre-university education – from a lifelong learning and employability perspective. The European Commission-funded project is in accordance with the agreed upon sector-wide approach (SWAp) for education and EU standards.
We provided training to Kosovan candidates in the UK covering both quantitative and qualitative aspects of critical appraisal for health policy and clinical decision making.
We helped with the development, implementation and monitoring of ongoing health sector reforms, building human and institutional capacity within the Ministry of Health and providing support to the Kosovan hospital sector. The project was funded by the Department for International Development.
In one of two projects funded by the European Agency for Reconstruction we helped establish a Department of Family Medicine and trained physicians in family medicine.
Support for the revision and modernisation of the undergraduate, postgraduate and continual medical education curricula of the Medical Faculty at Pristina University was provided by our specialist team. We also assisted with continuing professional education development and the establishment of medical associations.
We helped consolidate health financing reforms and provided technical assistance to the Ministry of Health to produce a healthcare financing development strategy. The growth of skills and stakeholder comprehension in contracting, financial management and reporting within the model of a purchaser and provider split was needed as well as the integration of the Ministry’s own initiatives in financial information systems.