Welcome to PEMconsult

Facing complex challenges head-on, we are a trusted advisor helping our clients grow to achieve practical results and sustainable impact

An innovative global consultancy

We advise bilateral and multilateral institutions including the European Commission, UN agencies, international and regional development banks, as well as NGOs and private sector clients. Using a multi-discipilinary approach, our expertise ranges from evaluation, to institution and organisational development, and economic and strategic financial management in three thematic areas: inclusive and sustainable development; environment and climate change; and governance, human rights, and civil society.

 

Inclusive and sustainable economic development

Sustainable growth and development requires a big-picture view and three equally-balanced elements: environment, society, and economy - i.e. the "3Ps": Planet, People, and Profit.

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Environment and Climate Change

The environment is complex and sensitive to human activity. At the same time, the sustainable use of natural resources is a key element in economic development and poverty alleviation.

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Governance, Human Rights and Civil Society

Good governance and respect for human rights are essential for sustainable human development, poverty reduction and the elimination of inequality.

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In 2015, PEM completed a major review of the Global Water Partnership (GWP) Knowledge Management function on behalf of Danida, the EC and other financing government partners. Our review indicated the need to strengthen links between Knowledge and Learning based on capturing, disseminating, and adding value ‘from the field up.’ A key result of the review was that GWP developed a new Knowledge Management Approach which is now embedded in their current global work programme for 2017-2019.

Our Services

We work to optimise the effectiveness and transformational impact of development programming, striving to identify key modalities for achieving results in all our services:

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