Social Performance specialises in the delivery of cross cutting social and economic services for international aid organisations, industry, Government and non-government organisations. We deliver innovative solutions focused on optimising the benefits and mitigating the negative impacts of the mining, oil and gas, energy, infrastructure, tourism and agricultural sectors. With extensive international experience, we have a deep understanding of the social, cultural and economic drivers, opportunities and issues relating to development across company, country and community contexts.
Below are a few examples of 2015 team projects –
Panel member – New Zealand Aid Energy Services Panel (cross cutting themes including environment and social impact, gender and human rights)
Expanding opportunities for women-owned businesses in supply and distribution networks, demand and needs assessment – International Finance Corporation, Papua New Guinea, 2015
Environmental and social impact assessment, stakeholder engagement plan, grievance mechanism and human rights assessment – New Zealand Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, European Union and Government of Kiribati, Kiritimati Island, Kiribati, Energy Services Project, 2014 – 2015
Electrification of Tonga, customer value and quality surveys – Tonga Power, Tonga Village Network Upgrade Project Stage 2 & 3 (2015 – 2018) across 33 villages, 2015 – 2018
Systematisation / evaluation of the program “Semilleros Científicos” – Fundación Grupo Energía de Bogotá, part of the Bogota Energy Group, Colombia, 2014 – 2015
Tourism Management Plans (6 areas) Building resilience to climate change in the tourism industry – Supporting Government of Samoa, Samoa and the United Nations Development Program, 2014 – 2015
Gender and energy scoping study, qualitative and quantitative assessments of gender and energy dimensions and a gender action plan (two consultancy projects) – World Bank, Tuvalu, 2014 – 2015
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