Montrose designed a major five-year maternal and child health and water & sanitation programme for an oil and gas client.
The programme needed to be feasible, address local content issues, achieve health impact, manage any risks and be aligned to our client’s corporate social performance objectives.
Montrose fielded technical experts to design the maternal child health and water & sanitation social investment programme. The detailed design included a technical justification of the components, the geographical area of focus, an estimation of the number of direct and indirect beneficiaries, resourcing and local content plan, a monitoring and evaluation framework including impact measurement, and a five year work plan and budget.
In addition, Montrose technically reviewed a series of health proposals submitted to the client on immunisation, HIV and helminthiasis, oral health and reproductive health and made recommendations for each of them.
Following the scoping study carried out by Montrose, our client requested us to conduct a detailed design for the maternal & child health and water & sanitation programme in Equatorial Guinea.