Since 1973, Hatfield has worked in over 40 countries, providing environmental and social services to support both industrial clients and international development organizations. Hatfield has successfully completed numerous projects with key multi-lateral and bi-lateral donors including the World Bank, Asian Development Bank, various UN Agencies, Global Affairs Canada, GIZ/KfW, USAID and many others. Our capabilities include: capacity building and training, gender assessments, community and stakeholder consultation and engagement, and environmental management and monitoring.
Our specialists have worked on numerous innovative projects around the world including: award-winning monitoring and remediation of dioxin contamination in Viet Nam related to the use of Agent Orange; developing tools for river basin authorities to enhance trans-boundary management of large river systems; and developing capacity for decentralized natural resources management in Indonesia. Our geomatics, remote sensing, and information management teams provide cutting-edge solutions to enhance data collection, analysis, reporting, and dissemination.
Hatfield’s contributions to international development initiatives have garnered widespread recognition. With offices in Botswana and Indonesia, we have deep, long-standing knowledge and experience in Southern Africa and Southeast Asia including the Mekong region and the Indonesian archipelago. We rely on a participatory approach and partnerships with local organizations to carry out contextually appropriate work, promote sustainability, and optimize project outcomes. Our specialists are familiar with relevant international regulations and standards (e.g., IFC Performance Standards, Equator Principles, UNDRIP and other), ensuring our clients receive high-quality support and advice that meets or exceeds the requirements of reviewing and funding agencies.