Osana has successfully completed more than 200 professional engagements in Indonesia, Pakistan, Kosovo, the Philippines, Sri Lanka, Egypt, Malaysia, Austria, and Hong Kong. Their proven capabilities have been applied to all phases of the technical assistance project cycle, including needs assessment, project design, project execution and performance evaluation.
Osana’s experience spans all facets of development - from modernizing the state audit sector and improving government procurement systems to promoting the growth and development of small businesses and removing legal impediments to the growth of market economies, including facilitating and sustaining private sector participation in the provision of infrastructure and related facilities.
Typically, Osana serves as a strategic partner to international development firms based in the United States, Europe, Canada and Australia, and their assignments are supported by multilateral financing agencies (Asian Development Bank or the World Bank) or bilateral donors (USAID, AusAID or GTZ).
Osana draws from a wealth of experience in promoting sustainable development throughout Indonesia. The firm has more than fifteen years experience assisting central Indonesian government agencies, and thirty-five newly-autonomous local governments, as well as state-owned and regional-owned enterprises (BUMN/BUMD), to implement and institutionalize complex multilateral agency and bilateral donor-financed technical assistance projects. A keynote characteristic of this assistance has been materially assisting the drive to good governance and better fiduciary performance in public, public-private and public-community transactions.
Their commitment to sustainable development is evidenced by Osana’s assigning a principal to each of their primary technical assistance assignments. Osana’s work as a private consulting firm is notable for its scope and quality, and its commitment to managing for results.
What they do:
-Law Development Legal Reform
-State Audit Reform
-Public Private Partnership
-Decentralisation and Good Governance