For over 25 years, Triple Line has worked with governments, financial institutions, the private sector, foundations and civil society to deliver an expanding portfolio of development assistance in countries across Africa, Asia, and the rest of the world.  

Climate change, loss of biodiversity, growing poverty, entrenched inequality, unemployment, access to decent work, shifting demographics – these are just some of the complex problems standing in the way of the global sustainable development goals. We are helping to address many of them at both a policy level and on the ground. By combining innovative thinking with practical solutions, we aim to help meet today’s challenges and prepare for tomorrow’s opportunities.

Our ultimate goal is to create opportunities for people, protect the environment, and generate prosperity in responsible ways that create lasting value, unleash innovation and build inclusion and equity. 

What we do 
Our work cuts across seven key themes: 

How we work 
Collaboration is at the heart of everything we do. By combining research, evidence and ongoing learning with a clear focus on the needs of the governments, agencies, businesses and communities we work with, our multi-disciplinary teams deliver innovative solutions that promote sustainable development and make a tangible difference to people’s lives. This takes more than knowledge and experience. It takes an uncompromising commitment to transparency, integrity, accountability and the fostering of effective partnerships. 
Where we work 
Based in the United Kingdom with offices in Bangladesh, Ethiopia, India, Kenya, Myanmar, Nepal and the Philippines, Triple Line is part of the Delhi-based IPE Global Group.

The Triple Line team

Through creative and collaborative working practices we are focused on meeting the SDG challenges with locally driven and implemented solutions.

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  • Board of Directors

    Our Board sets the risk appetite for Triple Line. It takes the lead in areas such as safeguarding and financial policy, as well as making sure we maintain a sound system of internal control and risk management.