Montrose is celebrating 10 years in international development offering project management and consultancy services to a range of clients including bilateral and multilateral development agencies, the private sector, Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs), and other development stakeholders.
Since the founding and establishment in 2009 in Uganda, the company has grown rapidly – delivering over 100 projects in over 25 countries across Sub-Saharan Africa and Asia-Pacific.
To celebrate achievements in the past decade, Montrose held a knowledge sharing event with other development and social investment actors in an open dialogue and panel discussion on the theme “Sharing innovative approaches for sustainable development”.
A diverse group of panelists from public and private sector including Stanbic Bank, Palladium Group,Save the Children,Cheshire Services Uganda, Hive Colab,Uganda National Oil Company, SPE Uganda and Montrose led discussions for the day.
Attending participants were engaged in a plenary session aimed at drawing out further learnings on how innovative approaches can be used to improve donor funded projects, aid management, and corporate social investment in order to provide lasting solutions and value for money.
Speaking at the event, Bridget Brown, Montrose Managing Director, said:
“We are delighted to celebrate this day with our stakeholders. Over the years we have worked with various partners to implement dynamic projects that change lives of the ordinary citizens, contributing to sustainable development “
"In line with our vision, we are committed to finding pragmatic solutions that promote empowerment, inclusion and make life better," she added.