Aktis Strategy Ltd.
Aktis partners with government and private sector clients to address their complex challenges in fragile and conflict-affected environments.
They specialise in delivering measurable results for community resilience, national security and conflict-affected development problems. They apply their proprietary analytic frameworks and field-proven implementation tools to enable their clients to make sense of their challenges, and to affect meaningful and sustainable positive change.
Specialised expertise and proven systematic approaches adapted to deliver sustainable change
Aktis specialises in transforming conflict and fragility into resilience. Using a unique set of tried-and-tested systems and tools, they help their clients plan and manage the transition out of conflict into sustainable peace. Their approach is to take the most innovative thinking and deliver this through an unrivalled body of multi-disciplinary experts who blend high level academic, policy and implementation experience. This smarter approach ensures meaningful, measurable results, while active learning means we continually refine best practice based on the latest experience from the field.
Their services are delivered using innovative approaches which combine proven research, analytical, management and measurement tools with cutting-edge technical delivery systems. This offers their clients a one-stop, integrated toolkit for analysis, planning, management, programme implementation and monitoring and evaluation.
Aktis makes an active contribution to the development, dissemination and improvement of best practice in international development, as well as to the wider policy debate. Their directors, core staff and key associates form a community of interest with a passion for doing things better. Through publication, seminars, conferences and symposia, including in partnership with key universities and think tanks, they work to take thinking on strategic governance, security and justice issues forward, and to bring together key stakeholders from around the world to share ideas, cross-fertilize best practice and foster a better understanding of the ‘state of the art’.