Our Ongoing Projects

Thematic Area: COVID-19 and WASH
Period: December 2022 / February 2023
Client: UNICEF Kenya Country Office
Title: End Term Review for the Knowledge, Attitudes, Beliefs and Practices [KABP] on COVID-19 amongst the Cross-Border Populations in Wajir County

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Thematic Area: MNCH / Health Financing / UHC
Period: January 2022 – June 2022
Client: AMREF Health Africa in Kenya
Title: Endterm Evaluation of the Innovative Partnership for Universal and Sustainable Healthcare Programme in Nairobi and Kakamega Counties

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Thematic Area: COVID-19 and WASH
Period: December 2021 – May 2022
Client: UNICEF Kenya Country Office
Title: Endterm Evaluation of the COVID-19 WASH Response Project in Nairobi and Nakuru Counties

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Our Recent Projects

Thematic Area:
Period: February / March 2021
Client: AMREF Health Africa in Kenya
Title: End Term Review for the Afya Timiza Program in Selected Sub-counties of Samburu and Turkana Counties in Kenya


Thematic Area: ICT for Learning
Period: January 2021 – June 2022
Client: UNICEF Kenya
Title: Monitoring of learning outcomes and digital literacy of students and teachers in public primary schools connected to the internet as part of Project Giga


Thematic Area: Technical Support
Period: December 2019 – July 2021
Client: WHO HQ, Geneva Switzerland
Title: Contracted Data and Survey Management Support for a Study to be Conducted in Kenya, Somalia, and Guinea


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Our Numbers.

  • 100+ Scripted ODK X-forms
  • Up to 7 Languages Translations deployed per X-form
  • 22 Self-Hosted Data Aggregation Javarosa Platforms
  • Own Data Collection Tablets (50+)
  • Audio Data Recorders for FGDs and KIIs (10+)
  • Multi-media Capabilities
  • Complex Skip Logics and Complex Calculations


The Number of Years we have been in Operation in East Africa.


Number of successfully executed contracts:

  • Multi-Sector
  • Multi-Country


  • 18 In-house Experts
  • 60 Supervisory Pool
  • 1200 Pre-qualified field support staff

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In Progress (June - October 2023):

Evaluation of ‘UNICEF Strengthening Community Resilience to Climate Change through Improved WASH Services in Turkana County, Kenya (SCORE) project

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