We are Infinitas International
Your partner for Research, Development & Evaluation

Let us support you to design, adapt & grow the impact of your projects & programmes that are sustainable, and demonstrate shared value to your business & society.


What We Do

Programme Design & Planning

We work collaboratively with clients to plan and design transformational programmes that are measured in economic, social and environmental well-being. Programmes will be underpinned by a theory to demonstrate how change is thought to happen, and assumptions brought to the surface to be tested. Well-designed programmes will help to ensure that planned goals and objectives can be achieved and the outcomes measured. Planning for shared value, learning and continual improvement is an integral part of the process, which can give your organisation a competitive edge.

Capacity Building & Organisational Development

We work with your team to develop understanding of how the sustainable development goals (SDG's) can be achieved through creative partnering initiatives to deliver shared value. We provide training, mentoring and technical assistance to ensure that teams within the partnership can learn, adapt and iterate the changes you want to see. We build the confidence and capacity of the teams involved to collect, measure, analyse and make sense of the data so that you can demonstrate maximum impact in terms of economic, social and environmental gains. Let us help you to embed a culture of learning and shared value into your organisation's DNA.

Research & Evaluation

You know you are doing great work but can you prove the difference, in terms of time, money and shared value (economic, social and/or environmental gains) your programme has made? Perhaps you are thinking of designing a new programme or service? Or you need fresh thinking to help you redesign an existing one? By working collaboratively with us we identify evidence of what works, so that your intervention is designed to make the most innovative change possible. We provide independent evaluations to evidence your successes to stakeholders to which you are accountable. Together we can disseminate the findings in terms of shared value and learning with different audiences.

Infinitas International is a UK based consultancy working locally and across Africa and the Mena Region. Our teams work collaboratively with businesses, third sector organisations, foundations and governments finding new ways to solve challenging problems. We work to help improve process performance in terms of efficiency and effectiveness, and to demonstrate the longer-term impact of desired behavioural change. Our focus is to support the growth of 'Learning Organisations' which are crucial in order to survive and gain a competitive edge in any market place. CONTACT US on info@infinitasinternational.com. TALK TO US to discuss the innovative ways in which we can help you.

The creation of business value and social value are not mutually exclusive; the two can be blended together to generate shared benefits. When companies find business opportunities in social problems they create a purpose beyond profit generation. This purpose can be compelling to employees, attractive to new talent and persuasive to investors and customers. But it can go much further... By supporting clients to overcome the barriers to creating shared value, working through ideas, connecting businesses with communities to understand social problems, this can be used to generate a competitive advantage by creating new products, services and markets. It adds up to new ways of generating social impact and a wider sense of purpose that matters. We bring together business and society to solve complex problems, creating powerful examples of shared value. Lets start a conversation. Contact Us!

Our Blog

Measuring Impact

Impact Evaluation – Does It Matter To You?

Impact Evaluation – Does it matter to you? Charities and social enterprises make a valuable contribution to society. They exist to improve people’s lives by implementing solutions to problems within communities and/or society as a whole. They aim to ‘make a difference’ via the implementation of work within their programs and/or projects.  By program we mean a series of inter-related projects to meet a strategic goal. Projects are more discrete, often designed to meet a

Corporate Social Responsibility and its role in poverty reduction

Rethinking the role of Corporate Social Responsibility

Rethinking the role of Corporate Social Responsibility in Poverty Reduction   Corporate social responsibility (known as CSR) has been used for many years in international development as a poverty reduction strategy. It may be used either in the form of direct funding to non-profits, community service organisations, even employee community projects, and by providing in-kind donations of products and services to non-profits and underserved populations. Is corporate social responsibility (CSR) the best strategy to use

Examining the concept known as the Theory of Change

What’s wrong with the Theory of Change?

Image Credit: Sidney Harris What’s wrong with the Theory of Change? Geoff Mulgan (CEO of Nesta) recently wrote an interesting blog in which he examines the concept known as the ‘theory of change’ (or theories of change). The full article can be found here. Although the article highlights some positive support towards the concept, in terms of what it means and how it is used, several contentious issues were raised. Below Julie Rasmussen from the

Examining the meaning of what organisational learning means

Organisational Learning – What Does It Mean?

Organisational Learning – what does it mean? In my last blog post, I talked about how a culture of silence can negatively influence organisational learning and how this can have a negative effect on the impact (or long term goal) of an intervention.  In the current blog, I’m going to look at what organisational learning means. Why is organisational learning important? Within an organisation, either a for-profit or a not-for profit, learning is often thought of as a

Failing forward and a culture of silence

Failing Forward and A Culture of Silence

Failing Forward And A Culture of Silence Is the third sector learning from failure?  Impact reporting has become more common over the past few years. This is partly due to increased pressure for transparency, accountability and donor requirements to prove a return on investment. One important benefit of measuring impact is that lessons learned can be used to generate improvement. However if organisations are to learn from failure or experience failing forward (also known as to ‘fail intelligently’

Meet Our Team

Dr Julie Rasmussen - Director. Regional Lead for the UK & the MENA region
Dr Julie Rasmussen - Director. Regional Lead for the UK & the MENA region
Dr Bola Ola - Regional Lead for West Africa
Dr Bola Ola - Regional Lead for West Africa
Masauso Chirwa - Regional Lead for Southern Africa
Masauso Chirwa - Regional Lead for Southern Africa
Dr Linda Oucho - Regional Lead for East Africa
Dr Linda Oucho - Regional Lead for East Africa
Jade Davies - Quality Assurance Manager
Jade Davies - Quality Assurance Manager

Contact Us

If you would like to discuss ideas about how to grow the impact of your change programmes, please do get in touch. We'd be happy to talk to you.


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