Serving the international development partner community
International development is a priority for Ernst & Young. This means priority access to the appropriate resources, investment and focus of our organization's leadership in driving excellence. Ernst & Young has extensive experience working on international development projects around the world.
Meeting your goals is our priority
Our commitment to serving the international development partner community as a priority means:
- A series of dedicated teams fully committed to worldwide coordination, matching your organization
- Understanding your expectations, needs and procedures
- Ability to build multi-disciplinary teams
- Focused project management
- Constant attention to client satisfaction
What can we do for you?
We have a strong track record of operating in emerging markets and developing countries, including:
- Public financial management. Working with governments around the world to reform and enhance public sector functioning and financial management
- Private sector development. Improving the robustness and impact of the private sector as a means of driving economic growth and poverty reduction through SME development, regulatory reform and inclusive and accessible financing
- Infrastructure. Facilitating the creation of key infrastructure to allow for the basis of economic development focusing on energy, transport and social infrastructure
- Cleantech. Achieving sound economic growth based on the principles of sustainability, including low carbon growth and broader environmental and social goals
- Health and education. Ensuring inclusive economic growth which also concentrates on an appropriately educated and healthy population
- Monitoring and evaluation. Working with governments and donors to ensure their funding delivers results in a robust and transparent manner
Let's get started
Now that you've learned a little more about our services, we'd like to hear more about your needs. Contact one of our professionals today.
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