About Us

Development Governance International Consult (DGI Consult) is a purpose-driven governance and
institutional capacity strengthening consulting firm. Strong belief in centrality of robust
governance systems, innovations and leadership to solving development challenges across sectors
forms the core of our company’s philosophy. Guided by this philosophy and driven by evidence for
decision making, DGI Consult delivers state of the art technical assistance and program
management through seasoned staff and a network of local and international consultants in the
following areas.
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“We act as a catalyst, bringing together multiple agencies to optimise Health Finance and Governance on a global scale”

What we do

We act in partnership with foundations, governments, bilateral and multilateral agencies, and
healthcare companies to address urgent public healthcare challenges affecting some of the world’s
poorest and most vulnerable communities.

  • Policy Development
  • Program Development
  • Program Implementation
  • Program Evaluation
  • Operational Research
  • Translating Evidence

Latest news

The Finance Act 2021 introduced a new tax on non-alcoholic, sweetened carbonated drinks which have the potential to generate additional funding for the health sector. In view of this, PharmAccess Foundation in partnership with Nigeria Health Watch and the World Bank, with the support of DGI Consult hosted health sector stakeholders at its “Health Financing Read More

DGI Consult is glad that the evidence generated from one of our research works has translated into government policy. In the quest to improve funding for family planning (FP) commodity procurement in Nigeria, DGI Consult was engaged by Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) in 2020 to conduct a detailed fiscal space analysis (FSA) for FP Read More

Given the importance of the media in shaping opinion, sensitizing the populace, and holding policymakers accountable, the UHC 2023 Forum in collaboration with the Nigeria Governors’ Forum Secretariat and Chatham House UK organized a media engagement workshop on 28th June, 2022. The workshop was aimed at leveraging the crucial role of the media in putting Read More

To raise the accountability bar for health sector financing including the implementation of the Basic Health Care Provision Fund (BHCPF) towards achieving Universal Health Coverage (UHC), DGI Consult partnered with the Health Reform Foundation of Nigeria (HERFON), the World Health Organization (WHO), Legislative Initiative for Sustainable Development (LISDEL), Africa Health Budget Network (AHBN) and other Read More

In furtherance of the objective of putting Universal Health Coverage (UHC) on the political front burner ahead of the forthcoming 2023 general elections, the UHC 2023 Forum in collaboration with the Nigeria Governors’ Forum Secretariat and Chatham House UK organized a workshop to commence the process of articulating a citizen-led health manifesto on 31st March, Read More

Tuberculosis remains one of the world’s deadliest infectious diseases and a concerted effort is required to eliminate it. To commemorate this year’s World TB Day, DGI Consult joined other stakeholders in the supported States of Bauchi, Benue, Kano, Kaduna, Katsina, Lagos, Nasarawa, Oyo, Ogun, Plateau and Taraba to remind the government of the importance of sustainable Read More

To improve budget performance which has been identified as a major challenge that militates against adequate public spending on health in Ogun state, DGI Consult through the USAID-funded TB LON-3 Project engaged key stakeholders in the health and budget ministries and agencies through a 1-day capacity-building workshop. The capacity building workshop was held to deepen Read More

In the quest for improving funding for sexual and reproductive health (SRH), Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI)  engaged DGI Consult to conduct a detailed fiscal space assessment to uncover potential sources of additional funds for SRH in Kaduna, Kano, Katsina and Rivers States. The FSA identified the factors responsible for low government expenditure on SRH Read More