A multi-sectoral perspective

The multi-sectoral breadth of our expertise enables us to address the complex interplay of factors that drive social and economic disadvantage, from economic development and education through to health, climate change and social welfare.

Supported by cross-cutting teams to ensure we optimise the synergies between sectors, we have specialist teams dedicated to the following sectors and issues:

 

  • Adaptation
  • Mitigation
  • Disaster risk management
  • Early Childhood Development
  • Education for marginalised groups
  • Education financing
  • Education metrics
  • Education systems
  • Poverty, inequality & vulvernability
  • Social protection
  • Social care services
  • Urban planning
  • Public financial management
  • Public service & public administration reform
  • Natural resources and energy
  • Infrastructure
  • Financial sector development
  • Private sector development
  • Regional development
  • Macroeconomics
  • Health financing
  • Health information & ME
  • Human resources Health
  • Health service delivery
  • Security
  • Sanitation & hygiene
  • Aid effectiveness
  • Conflict, security and violence
  • Monitoring & evaluation
  • Monitoring & evaluation
  • Official statistics
  • Political economy analysis
  • Social development