Throughout Africa and the Middle East, ICF provides on-the-ground experience supported by cultural, linguistic, and demographic contexts for each client and region. This culturally sensitive approach allows us to deliver research, analysis, and implementation support to help clients build sustainable, effective health systems, urban environments, and transportation networks.
Across Africa, ICF works with international development organizations to build national capacity for healthcare delivery and plan for and measure the transition of health projects to local ownership. We apply insights learned from projects such as our 30-year Demographic Health Survey initiative, the United States President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), and the President’s Malaria Initiative (PMI).
Our work in Africa includes:
With the world’s leading practice in climate change adaptation, ICF helps clients across the region understand and plan for practical climate change-driven developments. Working with the World Bank and the Millennium Challenge Corporation, we have helped leaders in Africa’s poorest nations assess impacts and risk management options in areas such as agriculture, water, and road infrastructure.
ICF’s aviation experts provide a wide range of essential services to clients in the region, assisting:
Our ports and logistics experts have provided master planning support, due diligence, and transaction advisory services for port projects in South and East Africa, guiding the implementation of environmental policy and mission control systems.