The MADECOR Group (MG) is a Philippine private consultancy, management and training company that has established a niche in the international consulting industry with their work in developing countries across the Asia-Pacific region. Since their establishment in 1973, they have implemented over 500 development projects and training programs funded by international funding institutions including World Bank (WB), Asian Development Bank (ADB), United States Agency for International Development (USAID), United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and other bilateral funding agencies.
They have a well-established Quality Management (QM) in place to ensure that strict controls and standards are applied at all times in every level of project implementation. To every project they implement, they not only bring their technical expertise but also, lessons learned, best practices and innovative approaches – all gained from more than 40 years of their experience.
Their wide experience stems from the assignments they have undertaken all over the world. Through their extensive work in the Philippines, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, China, Japan, East Timor, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Mongolia, Kyrgyzstan, Marshall Islands, Tonga and Papua New Guinea, they have gained an in-depth appreciation of the unique and differing socio-cultural systems of various countries in the Asia-Pacific Region.
Understanding that the key to remaining competitive lies on cooperation and forming strategic alliances, they maintain an open attitude to close-knit partnerships with other companies and firms. They strive to develop these relationships by building on trust, loyalty, respect, value and fairness.
They help implement technical assistance (TA) projects of multilateral and bilateral funding agencies aimed at: assisting in the identification, formulation, implementation and operation of development projects; facilitating the formulation of development strategies, plans and programs; improving institutional capacities; and promoting technology transfer. They support bi- and multi-lateral funding institutions in carrying-out advisory technical assistance for institution building; plan formulation; and sector, policy and issue-oriented studies. They also help implement private sector projects at all stages. Private sector clients include multi-national corporations, as well as smaller, more specialized companies. They undertake project evaluation and impact assessment studies to foster sustainability of projects.