Alinea is a global international development consultancy.
We provide technical and management expertise that helps people improve their lives. We work with governments, investors, companies and communities to deliver lasting change. Over the past 34 years, we have managed more than 515 projects in 88 countries.
We firmly believe that for a development approach to have a lasting impact, partner-country stakeholders and beneficiaries must claim it as their own. This belief guides every step of our project management approach.
From beginning to end, our projects encourage participation and collaboration. We involve developing country partners at the outset of projects to define goals and indicators, and at regular intervals through progress reviews.
With offices in 20 countries across the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia we provide specialist support covering the principal areas of development opportunity.
prosperity & growth
As the world’s population continues to grow, creating more jobs and opportunities for earning income – particularly in Africa – is central to meeting the challenge of ensuring sustainable livelihoods for the next generations of young people worldwide.
gender, health & education
As global economic growth enables more and more people to climb out of poverty, it is increasingly important to ensure no vulnerable groups or individuals are left behind. The provision of equal access to health and education lies at the heart of this challenge.
climate change, humanitarian resilience & response
Climate change is a key driver of many of the world’s most significant developing challenges. Too much or too little water threatens food security, encourages migration and increases the likelihood of conflict…
migration & urbanisation
By 2050, the global population will grow by 50% to 10 billion, Africa’s population will double, the urban population will triple and the number of people migrating in search of a sustainable livelihood will threaten peace and security in many regions of the world. Urban poverty will overtake rural poverty…
impact investment & infrastructure
In signing up to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development in 2015, UN member states recognized that the amount of money required to meet their commitment was ten times the total amount of donor funds available. The only way to bridge the gap…
monitoring, evaluation & learning
As development funding comes under increasing pressure from competing donor budgetary claims, scrutiny of development spending and demands for demonstrable value for money continue to increase. Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) allows…