Innovision UK offers research, technical assistance, evaluation, and consultancy services to public and private sector organizations in UK and beyond. We support our clients to track progress against the programme objectives, to undertake quasi-experimental survey to assess impact, to facilitate complex multistakeholder relationships, and to undertake formative research for gathering information to plan intervention programmes. We also support businesses to undertake brand perception surveys, opinion poll, customer satisfaction survey, and market census. We also train and coach development practitioners and policy makers to learn and apply tools that can help them navigate complexities and design inclusive, systemic and sustainable solutions.
Innovision started its journey by conducting a 5-day training on M4P and its implication for the future programs for the Advisors of Save the Children-UK in 2013. We registered ourselves and set up our UK office in 2014. Innovision has been working to contribute in realizing the UK government’s manifesto commitments to directly help the world’s poor that are set out in the Official Development Assistance ODA Strategy in 2015. To this end, we have been working on development challenges relating to extreme poverty, public health, and nutrition.
We have a sound track record in conducting research and assessment and delivering technical assistance in programmes and projects funded by the FCDO/DFID. From 2019-2021, Innovision worked with Malaria Consortium in the implementation of the UKAid’s flagship programme in Nigeria titled ‘Support to the National Malaria Programme phase 2 (SUNMAP2)’, to reduce Nigeria’s Malaria burden and strengthen the government of Nigeria’s malaria control system to ensure long term sustainability. We have worked with DAI Europe in the DFID-funded Promoting Inclusive Markets in Somalia (PIMS) programme in Somalia and Market Development for the Niger Delta (MADE) programme in the Niger delta. Furthermore, our team has also conducted the Edo State Investment Management sector studies under the MADE programme for the development of a vision and strategy for the growth of the target sectors.
Our experience also includes working with the Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment of the Stanford University to develop written assessments of stakeholder interviews and convene focus group/stakeholder meetings to help generate potential solutions and to provide feedback on proposed solutions. Innovision UK also provided technical and advisory support to Montrose International LLP as its Market Development Partner to SunMAP’s Commercial Sector Component during the 2015-2016 timeframe.
For more than 17 years, our team members have been working in various parts of the world to tackle critical development challenges. This exposure along with our connectivity with the institutions and experts around the world has enabled us to tackle the growing economic, environmental, and social challenges of the future.
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