Africa Environmental Sanitation Consult (AfES Consult) is a limited liability firm registered in 2012 to provide sustainable environmental solutions and consulting services. We are a centre mandated to undertake a broad-spectrum of research, training, and problem-solving to develop viable solutions for private and public organizations, institutions, and individuals in the environmental sector and beyond.
AfES Consult provides services in the areas of Research, Consultancy, Training, and Designing and Planning Projects. Our specialty is in Environmental Impact Analysis, Feasibility Studies, Waste Management, Project Management, Occupational Health and Safety Management, Risk Planning, Grant Application, Baseline Surveys, Market Share & Competitor Analysis, Data Collection & Analysis, and General Management. We deliver smart services to our clients.
For a consultancy with professional expertise from highly skilled engineers, scientists, researchers, and associates; We provide Research outputs, Consulting on Policy Development, Advocacy, and Projects as well as Capacity Building endeavours across the various environmental disciplines.
AfES Consult operates and thrives on the following key fundamentals;
- A conscious data gathering process, and positioning of self as a one-stop shop for health and environmental sanitation data, analysis and dissemination of findings through consulting and advocacy.
- AfES Consult leverages on the project experience of the staff to design physical projects for clients and also incorporate systems for operations, monitoring and evaluation.
- We bank on strong research, data and analytics to strongly position AfES Consult Limited to influence policy and strategy, establishing strong frameworks for legislation and policy on a number of issues such as Waste Management, Climate Adaptation, Environmental Resource Management and many more.
- AfES Consult leverages on internationally-trained personnel at its disposal, facilitating and organizing training and capacity programs in both technical and non-technical fields across the environmental sanitation value chain.