The training equipped participants with practical knowledge and skills on modelling water supply systems under the FCDO Delivering Climate Resilient Water Sanitation and Hygiene programme.
Montrose has completed and disseminated findings from a Disability Context Analysis study in Sierra Leone. The study was conducted as part of the Monitoring, Evidence,
HPF3 was invited to join a government delegation to Bentiu, in Unity State, as part of the National Ministry of Health’s flood assessment.
The study measured children’s developmental reading and mathematics skills and gathered information on factors that affect children’s ability to learn in schools, classrooms and homes.
Montrose is delighted to have been part of the official launch of Sierra Leone’s National EGRA/EGMA study.
Nyatiem Deng was expectant with twins. She managed to deliver one of her babies at home, but the second baby was retained, putting mother and baby’s lives in danger.
Montrose has completed its Mid-Term Evaluation of the EU-UNICEF JNA, a four-year, EUR 6 million partnership working to improve nutrition in Uganda.
A baseline study conducted by Montrose for UNICEF revealed that health services in the West Nile region of Uganda are overwhelmed by the increased numbers of patients, many of whom are refugees.
Saving Lives in Sierra Leone has developed a comprehensive programme website which will serve as a central information repository and knowledge database, providing access to programme resources for internal and external audiences.
Montrose led a research study into the functionality and accessibility of water, sanitation and hygiene (WaSH) facilities in schools across all 10 states of South Sudan.
Eliminating malaria is deeply entrenched in the foundations of Montrose, and on World Malaria Day (25 April) we join the WHO in celebrating achievements in the fight against this deadly disease.
At the entrance of Ross Road Community Health Centre in Freetown, a clinic member of staff wearing a mask branded “Corona na wi all fet” (“Corona is our fight”) checks each visitor’s temperature…
The theme of International Women’s Day 2021 is “Women in leadership: Achieving an equal future in a Covid-19 world.”
Sunday 21 February is International Mother Language Day, which recognises how languages and multilingualism can advance inclusion in education.
Montrose experts have made a major contribution to Sierra Leone’s development of a School Health Policy, which will improve learning outcomes and strengthen the role that schools play in promoting health education.
Montrose will conduct the independent evaluation of the project to establish Sierra Leone’s first self-sufficient reconstructive surgery and burns unit.
The Intergovernmental Forum on Mining (IGF) is featuring a recent study conducted by Montrose and Sophie Rickard on Sexual and Gender Based-Violence in the mining sector in Africa as a core module in their MOOC on Gender and Mining Governance.
Montrose is conducting a mid-term evaluation of the EU-UNICEF Joint Nutrition Action, a €6 million grant programme that is part of a broader framework of the EU-funded Development Initiative for Northern Uganda (DINU).
Montrose and independent consultant Sophie Rickard have conducted a study on sexual and gender based-violence in the mining sector in Africa.
Montrose completes teacher training module as part of Myanmar MoE’s Learning Together programme in Rakhine State, supported by UNICEF and FCDO
Montrose has been working with UNICEF, in consultation with the Myanmar Ministry of Education, to develop a module to complement the Basic Education physical education curriculum.
Montrose supports UNESCO to deliver strengthened pre-service teacher training curriculum for Myanmar Ministry of Education
A Montrose team of education experts has delivered new teacher training curricula in four core middle school subjects for UNESCO STEM.
Montrose awarded a Long Term Arrangement (LTA) to provide high quality technical services to UNICEF in the education sector
Montrose has been awarded a three-year Long Term Arrangement (LTA) with UNICEF in the education sector.
To curb the spread of Coronavirus disease (Covid-19), the Government of South Sudan and health actors are advocating for infection control in the country.
The Girls’ Education South Sudan (GESS) and its partners will be helping to manage and mitigate the impact of the Coronavirus disease (Covid-19), ensuring learning does not stop.