We have been awarded Prime contracts through UK aid's new International Multi-Disciplinary Programme (IMDP) Framework.
We will be working on Lot 14, (Human Health and Development) and Lot 18 (Social Development). This provides us opportunities to use our experience across areas including sexual and reproductive health and rights, global health security, nutrition and water and sanitation hygiene, social inclusion and disability, gender and economic empowerment. Both lots have a focus on adaptive, evidence based programming which play to Options’ strengths in programme and consortium management.
As a lead supplier on Human Health and Development and Social Development, we will aspire to work with our consortium of expert and likeminded partners across a range of issues which we expect to have the opportunity to deliver on. As a UK based SME we have partnered with a range of organisations including other SMEs, INGO’s, universities and local, regional and national organisations in priority countries. This provides exciting opportunities for ongoing partnership and learning between organisations with varied approaches and operational models, which will be shared with DFID and the development sector.
In order to facilitate our high-quality response to an expected high number of bids we will be seeking to form relationships with a range of experts to support the bid and mobilisation efforts. If you are interested in finding out more about these consultancy opportunities, please contact our New Business team or keep an eye on our Opportunities page for more details.
Find out more about working for Options.
Our Evidence for Action programme has been recognised at a global level for advancing progress on maternal, newborn and child health.
Find out how we've worked with the Government of Odisha to help declare the village Girja Tola the first open defecation free village.
A new campaign to support work to end FGM launched on 10 October 2014 in Nairobi Kenya, with a side-event in the Southbank Centre, London