Founded on a handshake, Antylles is one of the few trusted management consulting firms solely dedicated to servicing: international organizations (IOs),
donor aid agencies, and
public sector organizations in developing countries.
The programme division of a major humanitarian organization, headquartered in Europe, manages US $7Bn in operations around the world. The organization is currently facing the unprecedented demand for its services, which has forced a fundamental rethink of how it conducts its operations and how it measures and reports on results.
A United Nations agency, headquartered in New York, found that its internal regulatory framework needed to be updated, strengthened, and consolidated into a ‘one-stop-shop’.
The partnerships division of a major development bank, headquartered in Europe, manages a range of partnerships including Member States, civil society, mandate-related think tanks and academia, sister organizations in the IFI and UN systems.
Working on behalf of the World Bank, this support was provided to the Ministry of Planning and International Cooperation (MOPIC) of the Federal Government of Somalia.
The MOPIC is responsible for planning and coordinating the development priorities and activities of all national, regional and local authorities as well as development partners in a more coherent and organized manner in line with the objectives of the Federal Government of Somalia.
After a number of turbulent years of growth, the agency is still facing many typical challenges associated with organizational start-ups, mergers and rapid growth. As a result of this, and in the face of a global trend of increasingly scarce resources and an emphasis on value for money, it has embarked on a strategy of more controlled growth
Antylles Principal, Dr Gregory Wilson, is a co-author of the newly published document “The New Deal in Somalia: An independent review of the Somali Compact, 2014-2016”.
Working on behalf of the World Bank, DFID and the UK National School of Government, Dr Wilson was engaged in the establishment of, and early support to, the PAR and the IARCSC in Afghanistan in the immediate aftermath of conflict and the defeat of the Taliban.
Working on behalf of a major OECD donor, this support was provided as a vital input to the Business Case for a major new programme of support in the Security and Justice Sector.
We have worked for multiple clients on both the design and evaluation of public administration programmes. Clients include DFID, AusAID, the European Commission, OECD and IFIs as well as projects directly for national government partners.