S5 Comaxium - шаблон joomla Mp3

Our Clients

Since inception, ADSL has implemented consulting assignments commissioned by the agencies of the Government of Bangladesh and its development partners. In addition to Bangladesh, the firm has implemented projects in Sri Lanka, Mongolia, India and Pakistan, supported by the development partners. ADSL client list include:

 

    •  IFC-SEDF
    •  IFC-BICF
    •  ADB
    •  JICA
    •  UNICEF
    •  World Bank
    •  EC
    •  UNFPA
    •  DA
    •  ILO
    •  AusAID
    •  CARE Bangladesh
    •  Directorate of        Primary Education  (DPE), GoB
    •  Directorate of  Secondary and  Higher Education  (DSHE), GoB
    •  Planning  Commission, GoB
    •  Ministry of Industries,  SME Cell, GoB
    •  Ministry of  Commerce, GoB
    •  Ministry of Health,  GoB
  Our Partners

ADSL has linkages with professionals and institutions within and outside Bangladesh. It has entered into contracts with national and international specialists. University based academics, researchers, and former senior public servants have worked with ADSL as associates. The firm has carried out many successful limited scope partnerships with international consulting firms. Among the international firms that ADSL has business linkages with are:

    • Abu Consult, Germany
    • ACCC, Canada
    • ACE, Spain
    • Anutech International Pty Ltd., Australia
    • AUCC, Canada
    • AusHealth International Pty Ltd (AHI), Australia
    • BCEOM, France
    • The British Council
    • Callund Consulting, UK
    • Cambridge Education Consultants (CEC), UK
    • Consortium for International Development (CID), USA
    • COWI, Denmark
    • Carl Bro, Denmark
    • Helsinki Consulting Group, Finland
    • HIFAB International AB, Sweden
    • IMA International, UK
    • IDP Consult, Philippines
    • INCOM, Greece
    • ITC, Woolgong University, Australia
    • Madecor Group, Philippines
    • Melbourne University Private Ltd., Australia
    • MG Consult, Sri Lanka
    • Midwest Universities Consortium for International Activities, USA
    • Mott Macdonald, UK
    • Oxford Policy Management (OPM), UK
    • PINZ, New Zealand
    • Plancenter, Finland
    • RDP Medi Vision International, Netherlands
    • SAGRIC International Pty. Ltd., Australia
    • Scanagri, Denmark
    • SMEC Limited, Australia
    • South-East Consortium for International Development (SECID), USA
    • Swedec International AB, Sweden
    • TEAMS (Pvt) Limited, Sri Lanka
    • West Midland Enterprise, UK
    • World Education, USA