Innovision staff’s in-depth understanding of key technical areas enabled us to grasp the issues and challenges relevant to designing appropriate interventions. The team worked around the clock to fulfill information requests, provide analysis, identify key in country resources and make the necessary linkages. The entire team demonstrated commitment to excellence and patience with a sometimes challenging process, which made them both reliable and a pleasure to work with.
SNV Bangladesh acknowledges the professionalism of Innovision team in ensuring quality and delivering the task as per requirement. The team of Innovision was always available for consultation and supported the SNV Bangladesh team to achieve its mandate. We wish success to Innovision in its endeavour. We are happy to provide direct reference to the work undertaken by Innovision. For reference, please contact Ms. Farhtheeba Rahat Khan, Team Leader, Working with Women Project, SNV Bangladesh.
It is dedication of lnnovision towards continuous learning and improvement which has led this long working relationship. We find them professional and they always deliver assigned job on time while adding a new dimension to the delivery, going above and beyond our requirements. we have always received unbiased data from them which help us a lot to design our course of actions. They have always maintained good standard from the data collecting phase to report writing phase. I am strongly recommending lnnovision for the corporate membership of ESoMAR as this recognition will give them more opportunities to work with renowned multinational companies and multi-lateral organizations that are operating from within and outside Bangladesh.
Markets For Poor (M4P)
Markets for Poor or M4P is being increasingly adopted as an approach by development project’s and practitioners to deliver large scale, systemic and sustainable results for income and employment generation and well being of the people living under the poverty line.
Value Chain Development
Value Chain Development work focuses on the sub-sectors that are most relevant for job creation and job quality improvement. We aim to address systems and institutions that can drive competitiveness and job creation in specific sectors by using a market development approach.
Livelihood & Food Security
Asset transfer programs are designed to support such households graduate to a level from which they can continue to sustain their income from economic activities. We developed our own methodology for designing asset transfer programs that can support development partners deliver better results more effectively.
Inclusive businesses aim to include the poor enterprises within their value chains. Inclusive businesses also aim to develop products and services that can reach the consumers at the bottom of the pyramid. We are working with large-scale business corporations in agriculture, industries, and health markets to help them develop solutions that can reach the poor.
“It’s the action, not the fruit of the action, that’s important. You have to do the right thing. It may not be in your power, may not be in your time, that there’ll be any fruit. But that doesn’t mean you stop doing the right thing. You may never know what results come from your action. But if you do nothing, there will be no result.”
― Mahatma Gandhi