We help design innovative solutions that impact lives across the developing world. We partner with governments, bilateral and multilateral organisations, philanthropic, for-profit and not-for-profit organisations in anchoring development agenda for sustained and equitable growth.
Sectors and Practice Areas
Health, Nutrition and WASH
Education and Skills Development
Infrastructure and Engineering Development
Private Sector Development
Tourism, Heritage and Conservation
Environment and Climate Change
Our Growth Story
1998 Founded by Few Alumni of London School of Economics and Political Science
1999 MoU with Enterprise LSE Wins First Government Project
2001 First Donor Funded Project
2002 First Global Win as Consortium Lead
2003 First Branch Office.
2004 First International Assignment.
2007 Expands to Team of 100 Full Time Professionals
2010 First Africa Win
2011 Team of 500 Professionals. Established Office in Bangladesh & Promotes Imperia Health
2012 Team of 500 Professionals. Established Office in Bangladesh & Promotes Imperia Health
2013 Sets Up IPE Global Centre for Knowledge and Development
2014 Acquires Triple Line Consulting, UK.
Expands to Team of 800 Professionals
April 28, 2016
"Nothing Odd about Road Rationing"
An article authored by Knowledge Partnership Programme (KPP) has been published in The Pioneer
April 22, 2016
Odisha Women On a Mission to Educate Villagers On Maternal Health, Nutrition and Sanitation
NDTV News Channel has aired an extensive coverage of a success story of "Shakti Varta"
April 13, 2016
Shifting IPL matches or good rains won't end our water woes. Here's why
An interview of Policy Lead, IPE Global which was published in Hindustan Times
April 07, 2016
Smart City Team Inspects Kakinada
Deccan Chronicle, Hyderabad has covered the CBUD project's team inspection visit to Kakinada in Andhra Pradesh
March 31, 2016
High expectations from China`s G20 presidency
An article authored by Policy Lead Trade and Investment, KPP has been published in The Financial Express
March 31, 2016
Integrating Women in Economic Development through the Mitreeki Network
An article authored by Senior Programme Manager for the DFID funded KPP has been published in UCL