GreenTech has been a leading consultancy service provider in the Heath, Education and Human Resource Development Sectors. Over the past decade GreenTech has worked with a wide spectrum of clientele including, Governments, Donors Agencies, International and National Non-Government Organizations, with the aim of implementing effective, resonant and applicable socio-economic and human resource development programs in Sri Lanka. Through the varied range of consultancy services offered by its team of socio-economic specialists and experts, GreenTech ensures that it offers measurable, implementable and contextualized solutions enabling governments, communities, and businesses to design and implement development programs that improve quality of life and economic growth through people oriented solutions.
The e-SDI Initiative is an ICTA project facilitating access to ICT amongst the most vulnerable groups in Sri Lanka. GreenTech carried out two evaluation surveys to assess the outcomes of various projects implemented under the project.
The purpose of this study was to develop forecasting models of labour demand for technologists and technicians, offered by the University of Vocational Technology and the nine CoTs
The study assessed the developments in labor demand and supply in Sri Lanka to facilitate informed and strategic decision making of key stakeholders such as the National Human Resource Development Council and other stakeholders in the public and private sector.
GreenTech carried out needs assessments for the design, development and delivery of demand-driven instructional programs for the Open University of Sri Lanka under the ADB funded Distance Education Modernization Project.
GreenTech carried out a comprehensive outcome evaluation survey assessing ICT skills of government staff, to generate a wide-ranging analysis on achieving the objectives of the ICT HRCB programme.
Training & Education
Surveys and Studies
Education Assessment & Evaluation
Learning Materials development & Curriculum design
Training Needs Analysis,
Institutional strengthening & Capacity Building
Monitoring & Evaluation Studies