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We help organizations navigating crises, building resilience

We provide crisis management solutions and global advisory services to humanitarian and development organizations, donors, foundations and philanthropists, as well as private sector businesses and Governments.  Our team of experts is dedicated to helping our clients navigate complex situations and mitigate risks in order to minimize the impact of crises. 

Whether you need help in crisis preparedness and crisis response, risk assessments, third-party monitoring, evaluations, project feasibility and design, project management or strategic guidance, our team of experts is here to assist you every step of the way. With a global network of partners and resources, we have the ability to respond quickly and efficiently to any crisis situation, anywhere in the world.

About us

Crisis Impact Advisory Group was established in 2023 in response to the unprecedented challenges generated by crises worldwide. The firm consists of a team of experts from various sectors who work together to provide insights and recommendations to governments, businesses, donors, UN agencies and NGOs before, during and after crises. The group's main objective is to mitigate the impact of a crisis and help organizations manage through difficult times. The Crisis Impact Advisory Group members have already played a significant role in guiding decision-makers during various crises, such as the Covid pandemic, man-made or natural disasters.

Whether it is developing contingency plans, conducting risk assessments, or providing training on crisis response, the firm is committed to supporting its clients in their efforts to protect their people, assets, and reputation. With its proven track record of success, Crisis Impact Advisory Group & Associates is a trusted partner for organizations looking to enhance their resilience and readiness in the face of unexpected crises.