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Agriculture and Value Chain Development

Imani’s goal is to channel the overwhelming level of support to the agricultural sector into development that improves competitiveness in a pro-poor manner. Imani therefore approaches agriculture at both a macro and micro level – from developing national agricultural policies to linking smallholder farmers with markets for their produce.
Imani has developed a specialisation in agricultural […]

By |17th February 2016|Services|0 Comments

Trade Policy and Trade Facilitation

Trade, at both the regional and international level, takes place within the framework of trade agreements and consequently Imani works alongside governments, regional economic communities and the international donor community to strengthen agreements and assists in their practical implementation. Imani works in developing countries to facilitate trade policy that makes it quicker, cheaper and easier […]

By |10th February 2015|Services|0 Comments

Economic Policy and Economic Development

Imani Development has been in the employment of economic policy projects at national, provincial and local government levels, taking into consideration local contexts and accounting for factors unique to each case.
For equitable and sustained economic growth, negotiating good trade strategies must be complemented with the implementation of macroeconomic policies and private sector support. This, along […]

By |10th February 2015|Services|0 Comments

Regional Economic Integration

Regional economic integration complements sound national policies, boosting the economic, social and political interests of many developing countries. In Africa, regional integration is especially viewed as a response to the difficulties faced by a continent with many small national markets and many landlocked countries as it can facilitate integration into the global trading system.
Our regional […]

By |10th February 2015|Services|0 Comments

Private Sector Development

Imani has a long history of working in both prominent strands of the private sector. The first is public sector development which involves support to developing a more favourable business climate within a country. This includes identifying barriers to business setup and growth and developing policies to overcome these. The second strand consists of hands […]

By |10th February 2015|Services|0 Comments

Transport and Physical Infrastructure

Imani specialises in transport and infrastructure as key pillars of development. In developing countries, the lack of efficient and effective transportation and infrastructure, combined with bureaucratic regulatory impediments, is adversely affecting economic development by raising transport costs as well as causing significant delays which, in turn, hamper effective supply-chain management. Investment in these areas is […]

By |10th February 2015|Services|0 Comments

Ethical and Fair Trade Development

Imani’s strategic intent is to work with marginalised producers and workers in poor countries in order to help them move from a position of vulnerability to security and economic self-sufficiency. Imani engages at all stages and levels of the process – from informing policy development in Europe to working with Fairtrade Labelling Organisations International (FLO) […]

By |1st October 2014|Services|0 Comments

Monitoring and Evaluation

Imani Development provides a full range of project management services, from project design to monitoring and evaluation (M&E). Our expertise in project cycle management and our exposure to multiple international donors not only ensures the smooth flow of technical projects but also qualifies us to work on project design and external evaluations. Our project management […]

By |10th February 2015|Services|0 Comments

Economic Policy and Local Economic Development

Simply negotiating good trade policies is not enough to secure equitable and sustained economic growth. There is also a clear need for the implementation of a whole set of related macroeconomic policies and support for the private sector. The limited success of structural adjustment programmes has also highlighted this need. Providing such policies and support […]

By |26th January 2015|Uncategorized|0 Comments