What We Do
AGC works with organizations and individuals to improve performance using the USAID HICD approach that focuses on identifying root causes and solutions. Learn More
Technology evolves and advances every few months influencing business operations and introducing known and unknown risks. AGC has capabilities to assist businesses in assessing and mitigating the vulnerabilities and gaps identified. Learn More
AGC has conducted many development project evaluations in education, health, natural resources management, agriculture and economic growth. We have assisted USAID Missions in designing new programs in a variety of development sectors. Learn More
AGC designs and facilitates training workshops, retreats, and team building sessions offered in English or French for small to large groups, using a range of adult learning techniques. Learn More
AGC assists clients and businesses in recognizing the impact of their investment actions and in developing solutions that engage communities, mitigate risk and contribute to local social development. Learn More
We are an international consulting firm with specialized skills in Organizational Performance Improvement, Capacity Building and Institutional Strengthening, specifically in the sectors of Education, Health and Governance; Information Technology Risk and Audit Services; and Program Evaluation and Design.
Organizational Performance Improvement - Capacity Building and Institutional Strengthening:
Our practice is based on the International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI) guidelines; to use evidence-based performance improvement research and practices to effect sustainable, measurable results, and add value to stakeholders in the private, public, and social sectors.
Information Technology Risk and Audit Services
The IT Risk and Audit Services practice focuses on assessing, identifying, and evaluating an organization's exposure to risks that could impact business operations, and propose appropriate mitigations of vulnerabilities and gaps to an organizational's risk acceptable level.
Program Evaluations and Design
We first assess cost-benefit and cost-effectiveness of programs to determine the progress and achievement of set goals. We apply both quantitative and qualitative measurement techniques in the design ; and evaluate using a range of approaches including mid-term, formative, performance, final/summative, and impact evaluations.