JL Consultancy

JL Consultancy is a private consulting firm based in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, east Africa with technical expertise in:

  • Data Quality Assessment
  • Baseline Surveys
  • End –of project evaluations
  • Monitoring and Evaluations skills
  • Capacity building and organisational assessment skills
  • Using participatory assessments and research methodologies
  • Clearing and Forwarding of goods on behalf of clients
  • Physical Inventory Control on behalf of clients
  • Logistics Management
  • Physical Verification, Valuation, Coding and Preparation of Master Ledger and Fixed Asset Registers on behalf of clients
  • Inventory Audit
  • Understanding of clients M& E system although could be a significant change
  • Carrying out rapid impact assessment and action research
  • Understanding of national and local context of Regulatory assessment and benchmarking

JL Consultancy has carried a range of consultancy in the  areas of data quality assessment, monitoring and evaluation, rapid impact assessment, end of  project evaluation, project appraisal, mapping, baseline surveys, feasibility studies, mainstreaming HIV/AIDS in curricula and workplaces, economic impacts of HIV/AIDS, unlocking economic growths, change planning and management, business planning, capacity building , financial, physical verification, valuation, coding of assets and preparation of master ledger and fixed asset registers, procurement and stock audit, inventory management, clearing and forwarding, logistics and transport management, design of warehouse layout and preparation of inventory/ warehouse manuals.

From August to November 2012, JL Consultancy was audited by an external international auditing firm, Ernst& Young – Tanzania in order to assess the degree of compliance in the following areas:

  • Regulatory compliance
  • Accounting and Financial Management
  • Procurement Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Governance Structure
  • Program Management Capacity
  • Data Integrity and Security
  • Audit Management
  • Monitoring and Evaluation Practices

The aim of the assessment was to identify gaps and build capacity on areas which the company is not doing well.