ATR invests enormous amounts of time and effort to develop staff capacity, to learn from our projects, and to find creative ways to do things better. 

Assess, Transform, Reach (ATR) provides consulting services to the United Nations and other multilateral donors such as the World Bank, governments, contractors, international and local NGOs, and private sector industries in developing countries.

ATR is a learning organization which always seeks to grow and improve its quality and services. We invest enormous amounts of time and effort to develop staff capacity, to learn from our projects and to find creative ways to do things better. Improving our standards of quality is a constant issue, which is why we are always testing our research and capacity building techniques in the field. We remain vigilant, never complacent, and will always adapt our research instruments to reflect the reality on the ground.


Migration & Forced Displacement

Migration and forced displacement have become among the most challenging and high-profile issues facing the international community in recent years. Learn more

Civil Society, Gender, & Youth

ATR has been involved in nurturing the civil society sector so that it may better represent the interests of the population and develop into a legitimate and effective partner. Learn more

Infrastructure & Rural/Urban Development

ATR’s staff brings a wealth of experience in urban development, whether at the ministerial or community level. Learn more.

Conflict & Governance

ATR’s credibility in conflict and governance has been built through years of delivering quality outputs and a wealth of experience. Learn more


ATR has been engaged in mapping, assessing, and building the capacity of local education departments to better involve the community. Learn more.  


Health and healthcare are intimately related to their social, cultural, economic, geographic, and political context. ATR provides a deep understanding of these factors. Learn more

Labor Market Analysis

ATR assesses existing skills and opportunities in the labor market to help organizations tailor training and other interventions. Learn more.

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