Channel Research is a leading Evaluation and Social Engagement consultancy working with public, private and non-profit organisations globally.
We specialise in operating in unstable environments, conflict zones, post-conflict zones and areas hit by natural disasters.
We have carried out over 500 projects in many of the world’s most challenging locations including Afghanistan, Democratic Republic of Congo, Sri Lanka and Colombia.
Our services include:
- Humanitarian, conflict prevention and peacebuilding evaluations.
- Advisory services and coaching on monitoring and evaluation systems.
- Social and environmental impact assessments.
- Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).
- Training, particularly on Monitoring & Evaluations (M&E) and social risk management.
Where are we now?
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We create bespoke solutions for all our clients. There is no one-size-fits-all. We listen to your needs and put together teams and methodologies to deliver the outcomes you require.
Our teams consist of highly experienced in-house experts with extensive field experience. We also have a wide network of trusted associates and organizations who form a part of the wider Channel Research team. Meet our team.
Channel Research is a centre of excellence for training in monitoring, evaluations and social risk management. All our trainers are practising experts in their fields, enabling us to equip our delegates with the key skills, cutting edge techniques and innovative methodologies used in this sector.
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“I have engaged Channel Research to work on projects without detailed scopes, with changing study parameters and with limited logistical support.
Channel Research has always been able to adapt, providing dynamic and qualified teams as well as being able to source and work with professional and qualified in-country local partners.
Channel Research provides quality project management and a professional and friendly service.”
Christian Macé, Environment & Community Manager, Sabodala Gold Operations Senegal