ARTD Consultants


ARTD works with government agencies, non-government organisations and citizens to make evidence-informed policy decisions; co-design service models and delivery strategies; plan for, track and evaluate outcomes; and continuously improve performance. We were early pioneers in the use of program logic and remain at the forefront of evaluation theory and practice. Our staff are committed, curious, creative, and collaborative in producing credible evidence and real-world solutions to policy problems. Our approach is simple; we listen to you, then draw on the expertise of our people, yours, and your stakeholders to bring evidence and insight to decision makers.

Allen + Clarke Consulting


Allen + Clarke is a respected evaluation and policy consultancy, with offices in Melbourne and New Zealand. They work globally and their areas of work cover:

  • Evaluation and research 
  • Policy and regulatory
  • Machinery of government and business change and improvement 
  • Secretariat and program support 

Allen + Clarke offer a full range of evaluation and research services that can be scaled to meet the needs of the client. They work across a range of sectors including health and wellbeing, social development and services, Indigenous peoples’ development, community, education, justice, environmental and public health, and international development.

Australian Healthcare Associates


AHA is Australia’s largest specialist health and human services consulting firm, partnering with governments to shape the future of Australia’s healthcare. Now in our 31st year, we undertake a wide range of complex projects of national significance, including evaluations, reviews, and program administration. 

With extensive experience working in clinical, government, non-profit, and academic environments, our expert team of program evaluators has the depth and breadth of knowledge to navigate the complexities of the programs we evaluate and deliver meaningful insights and recommendations. We work closely with clients to co-design evaluation frameworks, and use flexible, innovative approaches to maximise stakeholder engagement.



As evaluators within the multidisciplinary Urbis family, our goal is to improve lives through social and economic inclusion. 

We define complex problems through applied research, evidence capture and inclusive consultation.

We generate real-world answers through co-designing systems, services, and programs.

We make things better through results-driven evaluation.

By working in partnership with clients who share our values, and leveraging a multidisciplinary team of curious minds, we catalyse innovation and learning in service of positive social impact..

ACIL Allen Consulting


ACIL Allen is a leading independent economics, policy, and strategy advisory firm, dedicated to helping clients solve complex issues. 

Our team values genuine insight and is passionate about making the world a better place. We use leading qualitative and quantitative data analysis technology and techniques to solve our clients’ complex policy, strategy, and economic issue.

Clear Horizon


Clear Horizon works with organisations, collaborations, and change-makers to better understand, learn from, and increase their impact. With experts in Measurement, Evaluation and Learning (MEL), digital innovation and learning design, our team can provide everything from complete, bespoke MEL solutions to specialist impact measurement training for individuals and organisations, to tools and techniques to bring MEL into the digital age. We are recognised for helping organisations unpack and track change even in complex and emergent environments, and for ensuring adaptation and strategic learning is built into robust MEL frameworks. 

Our evaluation practice brings advanced expertise in strategic reviews, meta-evaluations, suitability assessments, evaluation design and co-design, evidence-based research, cost-effectiveness analyses and evaluation capacity building. 

We work across a range of sectors, including health and mental health, education, community services, justice and public safety and energy.

Australian Volunteers


The Australian Volunteers Program is an Australian Government-funded initiative that supports global volunteering as a people-centred approach to capacity development. We support partner organisations operating across 26 countries to achieve locally-led change and the realisation of the Sustainable Development Goals.

The program fosters strong, mutual relationships between Australia and people and communities across the Indo-Pacific to contribute to achieving equitable development outcomes. The Australian Volunteers Program partners with organisations in 26 countries across the Indo-Pacific region. Our partners include non-government organisations and other civil society organisations, government agencies, educational institutions, private sector and social enterprises and humanitarian organisations. To support our partners across a range of sectors, we are looking for volunteers with diverse skills and experience including expertise in monitoring, evaluation, and learning. Volunteer assignments can be in-country or remote and range from three months to two years depending on the needs our partners. Over the past two years, we’ve successfully launched remote volunteering which has continued to provide much needed support to our partners during the pandemic.Remote volunteering offers flexible short-term assignments to volunteers looking to make a difference, but not looking to move overseas. Australian volunteers are supported through travel, living and accommodation allowances so they can focus on building relationships with colleagues and on the goals of the assignment. 

To find out more about the Australian Volunteers Program and how you can get involved, visit

Wellbeing SA


Wellbeing SA is a state government agency with a long-term vision to create a balanced health and wellbeing system that supports improved physical, mental and social wellbeing for all South Australians.

Our agency works across the disease continuum in primary, secondary and tertiary prevention to lead the system change required to support health and wellbeing and embed prevention across the lifespan.

Find out more about Wellbeing SA at our website and keep up to date with our activities on social media via Facebook (@wellbeingsa.southaustralia) and Linkedin (@wellbeing-sa).