We combine academic processes and multi-disciplinary expertise to deliver large scale results.
Founded in 2017 by Tanzanian entrepreneur Kaposo Mwambuli with support from the United Kingdom’s FCDO and the London School of Tropical Hygiene and Medicine, Project CLEAR is an independent business working in close partnership with governments, corporates, and development agencies
Project CLEAR is changing the paradigm of international development. We draw on diverse expertise and a global advisory network to help our clients design and deliver initiatives to meet organizational and national level challenges and goals.
By exploring individual needs, wants, and daily behaviors Project CLEAR derives insights and gets to the root of challenges, effecting large scale change with measurable impact and maximum cost efficiency.
Its first project in Tanzania launched a national campaign integrating influencer led community events, with TV, radio, social media, sporting platforms, and political pledges to redefine clean toilets as a necessity of modern life. The behavioral change instigated by the campaign has had world leading impacts, coinciding with improving nationwide access to quality sanitation from 42% in 2017 to 70% in 2021 and cutting open defecation rates from 7.2% to 1.3%.
The company is applying its adaptive and data-driven model to new markets and development challenges, ranging from innovate COVID-19 vaccine uptake promotion to empowering female entrepreneurs.
- SCIENCE-LED SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS:
In partnership with our world class advisory network, we use academic research and insights to better contextualize the socio-economic conditions that may impact the delivery of national programmes which aim to address and overcome a variety of issues – from improving sanitation and hygiene to increasing vaccination uptakes.
- INSIGHTS-DRIVEN PLANNING:
Working with a local research partner, we use proprietary data to explore the individual needs, wants, and behaviours of local communities to determine the specific barriers that need to be addressed.
- DELIVERY OF SOLUTIONS:
Leveraging data, multi-disciplinary expertise, and agencies, we design and execute national scale solutions. During delivery, we use insights to constantly evolve, enabling us to achieve results that are more cost-effective and far closer to the anticipated outcomes of programme.
In addition to taking an adaptive approach to programming, our results framework enables us to deliver key learnings and insights to our clients, supporting them as they continue to drive long-term change.
Project CLEAR is principled organization whose actions and those of its staff and partners are guided by the following core values;
- COST-EFFICIENT DELIVERY
Our model, which combines data capture and multi-disciplinary expertise gets to the root of development challenges, effecting large scale change with measurable impact and maximum cost efficiency.
- LIFECHANGING RESULTS
Working in partnership with Tanzanian’s Ministry of Health, Project CLEAR designed, developed, and executed ‘Nyumba Ni Choo’, Tanzania’s national sanitation programme which has increased access to improved sanitation for millions of people between 2017 and 2022.
Drawing on our diverse expertise and world class advisory network—which includes academics from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine—we design and deliver local and national initiatives that are changing the paradigm of international development.
We use proprietary data and insights at all stages of a programme’s execution to constantly adapt and evolve, helping to de-risk the programme while delivering results closer to its anticipated outcome
- REPLICABLE AT SCALE
We have an agile, asset-light business model, calling on the expertise of multidisciplinary partners from around the world, to effectively launch national development programmes at scale.
Around the world, our highly experienced team have worked with clients including the UK Department for International Development (UKAID), the World Bank Group, JTI, LIXIL, InterAmerican Development Bank, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, WaterAid, the Government of Tanzania’s Ministries of Water, Health, Education as well as various local governments.