To conduct a performance evaluation for the Cambodia Countering Trafficking-in-Persons (CTIP) activity, make recommendations to improve the performance of CTIP in the remaining period, and provide lessons learned to USAID/Cambodia in designing and managing CTIP programs.
TMG conducted the evaluation of the USAID/Ethiopia Accession Plus Project, which was designed to continue the pursuit of Ethiopia’s WTO accession while simultaneously promoting broad business environment reforms that would increase growth and economic development and enhance the benefits of WTO accession.
TMG carried out the end-of-project evaluation by assessing SMD’s performance, specifically whether SMD achieved planned results.
As a subcontractor, TMG supported The Services Group in five objectives: 1) A More Competitive Southern African Economy; 2) Rural Livelihoods Diversified in Southern Africa; 3) Improved Electoral Competition in Southern Africa; 4) Improved Management of Selected River Basins; and 5) Maximize Value of RCSA Services and Programs.
The Continuation of Implementing Partners Reporting System (IPRS) and Maintenance of Equipment Project was a four-month Purchase Order (PO) awarded by USAID/Tanzania to The Mitchell Group (TMG).
In formal organizational terms, civil society in Jordan remains a relatively recent concept. The newness of Jordanian civil society is reflected both in the limited reach and depth that define the sector as well as in the limited understanding of the role of civil society within broader Jordanian society.
In the early 2000s, USAID sought to promote participatory democracy and reinvigorate the economy of Serbia following an extended period of war, economic hardship, and international isolation.
The Ronald H Brown (RHB) Series seeks to educate, inform, and engage the American public on critical challenges, issues, and concerns facing Africa and promote a proactive and sustainable US-African foreign policy agenda