• Education

    Asha Grih

    Goeman is the lead Theory of Change and strategy adviser for Asha Grih, a foundation that rehabilitates runaway youth through its hostels in Delhi. We support Asha across domains and overhauled their educational pedagogy and operations to improve restoration rates for the housed youth. We also help Asha formulate partnerships with public bodies such as the Women and Children Cell of the Delhi Government. Goeman supports Asha’s expansion in Delhi by facilitating the establishment of a new hostels to improve capacity.

  • Livelihood and Refugees

    Canvass Investigations and World Food Program (WFP)

    Goeman assists Canvas Research & Investigations on multiple engagements to support the World Food Program’s activities in empowering the Rohingya refugee population in Cox Bazaar, Bangladesh. Quantitative and qualitative projects include Refugee influx Emergency Vulnerability Assessments (REVA), Urban Vulnerability Assessments (UVA) and Joint Assessment Mission (JAM) Report.

  • Corporate Governance

    Ministry of Corporate Affairs, India

    Goeman worked with India’s Ministry of Corporate Affairs on a first ever detailed study that analyses the response of corporate India to the regulatory push towards gender diversity through the Companies Act, 2013. The report discovered that Indian companies are leaning towards a mere tick-box approach system with minimum statutory compliance.

  • Healthcare

    UNAIDS Health Innovation Exchange (HIEx)

    Goeman support the Health Innovation Exchange’s activities in building a strong pipeline of health focused social innovations in the global south, particularly Sub-Saharan Africa. We also collaborated with International Solar Alliance (ISA) and HIEx to design the $30 Million ISA CARES Blended Finance facility to solarize healthcare centers in 10 African countries through catalytic grants and first-loss guarantees.

  • Energy

    Asian Development Bank (ADB)

    Goeman worked as principal research and analysis consultant on a project that culminates the work of ADB and SAARCLAW on South Asian energy trade. The country reports (for Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal, and Sri Lanka) provide a detailed analysis and study of each country’s energy sector, enabling a better understanding of the state of the legal and regulatory framework for energy trade. The reports also identify areas of reform and intervention for the improvement of the South Asian energy sector.