• Using Contribution analysis in evaluating development projects

    AISE Consulting recently evaluated complex advocacy and health systems strengthening projects in Nigeria and Kenya.

  • Women’s Rights Advancement and Protection Alternative (WRAPA)

    AISE Consulting  has won a consultancy bid with the Women’s Rights Advancement and Protection Alternative (WRAPA), a National Women’s Organisation in Nigeria to conduct a Baseline survey on Mitigating COVID-19 impacts on Girl’s education for their Recovery and Resilience Project.

  • Deborah Delgado Pugley: Study on responses to COVID-19 in Peru

    AISE is proud of our Conservation and Climate change expert, Deborah Delgado Pugley, PhD who won a research grant from the Social Research Council to conduct a study on indigenous peoples networked response to COVID-19 in the Peruvian amazon.

  • Assessment, Innovation, Strategy and Evaluation


We provide a summarised list of past projects, to find out more, please contact us

Equal City Project

Emilomo Ogbe is supporting the International Organisation of Migration, EqualCity project. The Equalcity project supports local authorities in fostering inclusion and protection of migrants who are at risk, or who survived sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV).

The objective of the project is to build capacity of local frontline services through the development of practical training tools and awareness raising material on SGBV. Equalcity is piloted in 4 partner cities: Brussels, Luxembourg, Rome and Gothenburg, with each partner city focusing on one topic and developing one specific toolbox.

Emilomo Ogbe served as a member of the expert panel that reviewed a tool box focused on female migrants. The NGO Femmes en Détresse A.S.B.L, with the support of the city of Luxembourg and the International Organisation of Migration, have developed a toolbox which will focus on violence against migrant women and girls. The toolbox will include training tools that aim at improving the awareness and capacity of frontline workers so that they can deliver more tailored support to female SGBV survivors in migrant communities.

More information here

Please contact Emilomo Ogbe for more information.

Technical support to Third Party Monitoring of the Women’s Integrated Sexual Health (WISH) programme (National Consultancy, Nigeria)

Emilomo Ogbe is supporting the Third party Monitoring  of the Women’s Integrated Sexual Health (WISH) programme in Nigeria. The Third Party Monitoring is being done by ITAD, a consulting firm based in the United Kingdom. Emilomo Ogbe provides specific support for the Learning review of the Nigerian component of the project.

Please contact Emilomo Ogbe for more information.

Pilot project on Mobility – Global Medicine and Health Research funded by the Novo Nordisk Foundation, University of Sussex, United Kingdom

Consortium on improving access to integrated Sexual and Reproductive Health and Mental Health services among mobile populations

AISE Consulting will be working with the University of Sussex. Postpartum Support Network and other Academic Institutions in Addis Ababa and Bangladesh on a Novo Nordisk funded project on improving access to integrated Sexual and Reproductive Health and Mental Health services among mobile populations. Emilomo Ogbe is a co-PI on this project on improving access to integrated SRH and mental health services among mobile populations. The project is coordinated by the University of Sussex and is funded by a SEED Grant from Novo Norvodisk.

Please contact Emilomo Ogbe for more information.

Wrapa Project Baseline Survey: Mitigating Covid-19 impacts on girls' education: Recovery and Resilience

AISE Consulting will be conducting a Baseline survey to support the Women’s Rights Advancement and Protection Alternative (WRAPA) Malala Funded project aimed at mitigating the COVID-19 impacts on Girls’ education in six (6) Nigerian States; Adamawa, Sokoto, Katsina, Jigawa, Plateau and Abuja. The project is aimed at ensuring girls’ access to education, as a right, is not truncated by the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Other objectives include support to aid girls in graduating classes to complete their final exams with minimal psychosocial impact ensuring return, retention and safety for girls’ educational continuity. This Project will be led by Dr. Muktar Gadanya, our Public health expert and Deborah Spindelman , our Inclusive Education expert

For more information contact Dr. Emilomo Ogbe or Dr. Muktar Gadanya

Past & Current Projects

  • Participatory workshop facilitation for Strategic Assessment and Organisational Change Management for WRAPA Nigeria (On behalf of IMA International)
  • Utilization focused evaluation for 2 funded projects-United for Body Rights and  ASK projects for Youths across 9 countries in Sub-Saharan  (on behalf of Rutgers International)
  • Gender and Social Inclusion analysis for the DFID Health Pooled Fund Evaluation for Integrity Global
  • Technical Assistance on the development of an Evaluation Protocol for the World Health Organization
  • Technical Assistance to the International Organisation of Migration on a Gender Based Violence and Migration project


AISE provides and contributes to ethical and sustainable solutions to development and health system reforms in low- and middle-income countries. We do this by providing our clients with opportunities to co-create interventions, drawing out evidence-based solutions through evaluations and implementing them in a sustainable manner.