Together with our major subcontractor, CH2M, and other consortium partners, NRCE brought together a comprehensive WADI team to support USAID in achieving their water sector objectives. Our team included:

CH2M, now Jacobs: a company that offers a diverse range of environmental and engineering consulting services in the U.S. and internationally, working in sectors such as climate change and environment, water resource management, urban planning, commodity procurement, and agriculture and food security

Conservation International Foundation (CI): a non-profit composed of technical consultants working in the field of environmental conservation, with a focus on managing resources and influencing policy through local capacity building

Deloitte Consulting LLP: a sector-leading consulting company working in areas such as sustainable water management, economic growth and energy, democracy and governance, public-private partnerships, and WASH

Futures Group / GRM International: a trusted international development firm known for their evidence-based, integrated approach to improving the health and well-being of people, with a long working history with USAID a non-profit human-centered design organization working with agencies such as USAID to alleviate poverty in areas such as gender equity, financial inclusion, agriculture, health, and water and sanitation

IMPAQ International, LLC: a public policy research firm that provides exemplary research and consulting services through a breadth of evaluation studies and data analyses

Innovation Partners International: a knowledge management non-profit that targets collaborative stakeholders to strengthen project impact through community engagement, innovation, and local capacity building

J.E. Austin Associates, Inc. (JAA): a strategic consulting firm centered on strategy and management consulting solutions for the development of emerging and evolving economies

Newdea, Inc.: a company providing the most comprehensive Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) software in the industry, providing the link between data and social-sector engagement

Panagora Group: a Woman Owned Small Business specializing in consulting for public-private partnership approaches, human and institutional capacity building, knowledge management, and community engagement

Catholic Relief Services: the official international humanitarian agency of the Catholic community in the United States, promoting human development by responding to major emergencies, fighting disease and poverty, and nurturing peaceful and just societies through sectors such as community based WASH, resource mobilization, urban programming, food security, and gender and youth empowerment

Project Concern International (DBA PCI): a non-profit that works in vulnerable communities to improve health and create long-term change through local capacity building, the empowerment of women, disease prevention, and community health a non-profit international aid and developmental organization driving the water sector for new solutions, new financing models, greater transparency, and real relationships to create lasting change for access to safe water and sanitation

World Resources Institute (WRI): is a global research organization that works closely with leaders to address urgent, global challenges such as clean energy, wise management of natural resources, and climate change

University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR): a consortium of more than 100 member colleges and universities focused on research and training in the atmospheric and related Earth system sciences

Utah State University:

The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine’s Environmental Health Group: one of the leading schools that researches, teaches, and engages with policy makers on WASH and health; members of the Environmental Health Group have extensive experience with the implementation and management of environmental health interventions in developing countries, enabling them to bridge between research and policy

Evapotranspiration, Plus, LLC (ET+): a company, led by world expert Professor Richard Allen, that produces products related to evapotranspiration and consumptive use of water

Dentons US LLP: a polycentric global law firm, offering clients specific advice from diverse backgrounds and countries, with deep experience in every legal tradition in the world