Assessment of the Institutional Fundraising Landscape in Turkey - Oxfam

Assessment of the Institutional Fund-raising Landscape in Turkey

The study is to analyse the existing or emerging sources of development and investment funds to which national civil society organisations in Turkey have access. Such funds may be managed by national or local government institutions, or occasionally by other institutions, such as embassies or foundations. It also incorporates donor perspectives and views, including their forecasts regarding the likely evolution of available funds, and the social and geopolitical trends by which this will be determined.

Severine Jacomy Vité


UDA demonstrated respectable sensitivity for ethical issues associated with working with children throughout the "Evaluation of the Psychosocial Programme conducted after the Van Earthquake" Project.

Chief of Child Protection Section

Ali Ergin


UDA Consulting was contracted to carry out EU funded project contributing to the evaluation of the Ongoing Evaluation of IPARD Programme. The project involved literature review on existing rural development policies, on the IPARD Programme and basic information about its beneficiaries, conducting face-to-face interview, field surveys, conducting focus group discussions.

Head of Department of Managing Authority for EU Structural Adjustment

Robert Sobyra


We contracted UDA Consulting to carry out a pilot survey on irregular migration from Afghanistan and Pakistan. The project involved survey design, surveyor training, interviews, data entry, analysis of results and reporting. The report was of high quality, to the extent that we have entered into another contract with UDA Consulting for a much larger study.


Craig Meisner


UDA Consulting very successfully completed a socio-economic survey of forest villagers in Turkey, providing the following services: Development of the sampling methodology and survey design, development of the survey forms, sample selection by using GIS tools, implementation of the survey, development of a web-based platform which enabled World Bank experts to monitor the survey and project activities daily, data collection with computer-based system, datacleaning, analysis and reporting, coordination and cooperation with project stakeholders.

The WorldBank Group-Task Team Leader
Poverty Alleviation and Women Refugees project

Poverty Alleviation and Women Refugees in the Middle East

The aim of this study is to explore the inter-relationship between entrepreneurship and empowerment of Iraqi, Palestinian and Syrian women refugees displaced to Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey. In exploring how they challenge their poverty and social exclusion, the project will contribute to the ESRC and DfID by providing a more robust conceptual and empirical basis for development, and understanding of poverty reduction amongst extremely vulnerable populations. King Hussein Foundation, American University of Beirut and UDA Consulting are the three main implementing bodies.

Angela Huddleston


World Vision International Syria Response confirms that UDA Consulting successfully carried out a feasability study involving literature review, implementatio of in-depth interviews with Syrian refugees including children, women, men youth and vulnerable groups as well as the host community in Sanliurfa; focus group discussions with children, youth and women, and in-depth interviews with UNHCR, CONCERN, IOM, IMPR, provicincial administrators of AFAD, ASPIM, SONIM, DGMM, Public Health Agency, analysis of quantitative and qualitative data and development a feasability report in line with OECD

Programme Manager/Syria Response