Headquartered in New York City, The Bassiouni Group (TBG) is a Global Development firm that provides Consulting and Trade & Investment solutions for governments, international institutions, corporations, and communities. The firm is managed by experienced leaders – from the public and private sectors – and it leverages a Global Network comprised of more than 400 experts. TBG’s mission is to create, provide and develop integrated Global Development solutions that empower our clients, positively impact the communities in which they operate and improve the quality of life.

Our Services



We enable global institutions,
governmental agencies and
corporations to tackle challenges,
resolve organizational issues
and maximize performance.



We connect exporters to new
growth opportunities in sub-Saharan
Africa, MENA and SE Asia.
We also import high-value
products from select markets.



We link global investors to
untapped opportunities in Emerging
and Frontier markets, and build
long-term investments
around sustainability.

Case Studies

Picture of girl UNICEF
Long Term Agreement for Documentation Specialists

In 2015, TBG was awarded the Long Term Agreement by UNICEF’s East Asia and Pacific Regional Office (EAPRO) to research, analyze and document UNICEF’s practice and approach. To support regional policy development TBG will provide UNICEF with timely and concise case studies, briefs on good practices, lessons learned and innovate approaches recommended by core members of

Review of the UNICEF BNLSS Programme and Operations Business Model

TBG recently undertook a strategic review of the UNICEF presence in Botswana, Namibia, Lesotho, Swaziland, and South Africa (BNLSS) to assess the extent to which the programmes and operations of these five Country Offices (COs) were fit for purpose. Being fit for purpose requires UNICEF to shift its resource requirements to reflect the reduced access

UNICEF Strengthening Humanitarian Action Initiative

In September 2013 UNICEF concluded that an initiative for Strengthening Humanitarian Action (SHA) needed be undertaken in order to respond to the continuously changing and heightened context of humanitarian action and to help UNICEF continue to deliver on the Core Commitments for Children in Humanitarian Action.  Under the SHA initiative, multiple workstreams were undertaken, one

Our Clients

World Bank World Vision UNHCR UNFPA UNESCO Sida Save the Children Oxfam IFRC FAO DfID CARE Austrialia USAID