North South Consultants Exchange (NSCE)
North South Consultants Exchange (NSCE) has been registered as a consultancy firm in Egypt since 1988. It is specialized in all aspects of formulation, implementation and operation of assignments in the field of development cooperation.
NSCE is committed to improving the quality of life and economic welfare of people and communities throughout the Middle East, North and sub-Saharan Africa. NSCE’s areas of expertise include four domains, social development, cultural development, environmental management and economic empowerment.
NSCE’s concept is built on sound information and empirical analysis to provide the best foundation for decision-making in both the public and private sector.
Its efforts centers on providing a range of professional services to help governmental and international agencies succeed in achieving their public policy and developmental objectives.
NSCE supports its clients with tailored technical assistance, marketing services, and training services.
The company has full-time professionals and a pool of associated consultants representing over 20 years of experience in the Middle East and abroad. The firm’s portfolio contains short-term studies, special missions, large-scale surveys and long-term technical assistance in project implementation and management. NSCE has specific skills tailored to fit the needs of projects in rural and deprived regions.
NSCE has a deep knowledge of the technical, economical, cultural and social conditions in Egypt and the Middle East. A solid understanding of current developmental issues, in addition to multilingual abilities, enables NSCE to offer maximum capacity in the countries in which it operates.
The firm has worked in most areas of Egypt, including: Alexandria, Aswan, Beni Suef, Cairo, Daqahliya, Fayoum, Giza, Ismailia, Marsa Matrouh, North and South Sinai, Kafr El Sheikh, Qena, Sohag, Southern Red Sea and Toushka. NSCE staff also have had assignments in Djibouti, India, Jordan, Kenya, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, Morocco, Algeria, the United Arab Emirates, Yemen, Mauritania, Iraq, Malawi, and Equatorial Guinea.
Participatory water resources management
Rural infrastructure and housing
Water and Sanitation
Community participation and development
Integrated rural development
Small and Micro Enterprise
Urban environment upgrading
Women in development
Human resources development
Formal and Informal Education
Cultural Heritage preservation
Drinking water and sanitation
Participatory needs assessment
Training needs assessment
Project implementation, monitoring and evaluation
Planning and implementation of comprehensive surveys, statistical analyses and baseline studies
Environmental impact assessment
Participatory planning process
Negotiation with donor organizations and government officials
Design and implementation of computer information systems planning and implementation of comprehensive surveys, statistical analyses and studies
Project identification, formulation and proposal
Design and implementation of training programs
Design and implementation of computer information systems
Participatory rapid appraisal