PMCG established consortium with Oxford Policy Management (UK)

8.01.2009

UK-based consulting company Oxford Policy Management (OPM) and PMCG have jointly submitted a proposal for European Commission funded project “Technical Assistance for Further Development of a National Health Promotion Strategy and a Prioritized National Health Promotion Action Plan, Georgia”.

Oxford Policy Management (OPM) is a private consultancy company that has almost 30 years’ experience in providing rigorous analysis, policy advice, management and training services to national governments, international aid agencies and other public sector organizations. It provides economic and social policy, management and training services to public sector organizations and international aid agencies. OPM adopts a participatory approach to solving policy problems, working in partnership with client organizations to improve knowledge and competence that support the organisation in taking action and in getting results.

Through OPM’s policy research and development, strategic advice and management capacity, consortium is able to link strategic vision to best operational practice. OPM’s worldwide reputation for combining analytical rigour with practical know-how enables us to collaborate on client engagements with many of the leading names in policy development and the management of change, including global consultancy practices and major financial institutions.

Numerous projects undertaken by OPM Health portfolio include the work on health sector reforms, supporting the whole policy cycle in health, from strategy and policy development, through to budgeting, programme planning, organisational reform, performance management, governance, PHC and Hospital sector rationalization, Public Health, including health promotion, disease prevention, and establishing healthy life style, health service delivery, capacity building, and monitoring and evaluation.

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