Infrastructure, Economics, and Regional Development

Economic growth that creates new jobs and business opportunities can help lift people out of poverty. Ultimately, growth that benefits the poor and marginalised leads to more stable societies.

Through our entrepreneurship program we train business leaders in developing countries.  Our teams also design and implement competitive grant funds to support innovative business ideas that can benefit the poor.

Developing economies require appropriate government frameworks to foster growth. We provide government agencies with management and administrative support to streamline processes and create better oversight for large business-enabling and infrastructure projects.

Enhancing the business capabilities of emerging economies helps attract foreign investment and leverage for new opportunities to grow local industries. Our work with the private sector seeks to create a more business-friendly environment to support the growth of businesses that benefit the poor.

Related Projects

Year Title
M&E System Strengthening in the Public Sector and Engaging Academia in Evidence Generation
Evaluation of UNICEF Youth Economic Engagement Program in Jordan
Long Term Arrangment by UNICEF ESARO for Country Programme, Country Thematic and Multi-country Evaluations for Next 3 years
Review of Chitral Integrated Area Development Programme
Evaluation of Livelihoods Early Recovery Programme
Evaluation of Rawalpindi Rural Integrated Development Programme 2005-2009
Evaluation of Rawalpindi Urban Integrated Development Programme 2005-2009
Research on Poverty and Microfinance in Pakistan
Evaluation Post Earthquake Livelihoods Recovery Programme 2008-2010