In addition to providing corporate training, we offer a range of consultancy services to our clients based on their varied needs

 Most of such services focus on programmatic issues such as policy formulation and review, monitoring and evaluation, development of IEC materials among others. We have also executed a number of consultancy-based projects in the areas of organizational diagnostics, project risk management, post-project reviews and continuous productivity improvement in association with our international partners with the East African Region, the US, United Kingdom and United Arab Emirates.

We provide an integrated solutions package to our clients by virtue of our ability to diagnose problems, investigate findings, and identify critical interventions based on our expertise and strategic partnerships with internationally renowned companies. Using our organizational diagnostic tools, we collaborate with clients to design appropriate training programs that are developed by industry experts and delivered by certified training providers. Our consultancy services fall within two thematic areas:

Project and Program Management

At Phoenix Center for Policy, Research & Training, we recognize the importance of properly designed and implemented projects and programs that answer to the needs of target population. Therefore, through our training and consultancy services, we seek to address major challenges to successful project and program management. Our program management services cover the following key areas:

  • Organization development, resource management, policy formulation and strategic planning;
  • Proposal writing, program design and development;
  • Project Cycle Management for both emergency and development interventions;
  • Program/project Monitoring & Evaluation for Accountability and Learning;
  • Research, feasibility studies and KAP surveys.

Cross-Cutting Issues

At Phoenix Center for Policy, Research & Training, we also recognize the critical role that cross-cutting issues play in determining the success or failure of development and humanitarian interventions. Therefore, we support clients to effectively mainstream relevant cross-cutting issues into their programs. Such cross-cutting issues include:

  • Gender mainstreaming;
  • Disability mainstreaming;
  • Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) & Climate Change Adaptation (CCA);
  • Presentation and facilitation skills;
  • Knowledge Management.