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Midterm Evaluation of Excellence in Higher Education for Liberian Development (EHELD)

Midterm Evaluation of Excellence in Higher Education for Liberian Development (EHELD)

The overall objective of EHELD was to build regionally recognized and competitive academic Centers of Excellence (CoEs) to produce graduates who become leading professionals and entrepreneurs in the fields of engineering and agriculture in Liberia.

Aug , 1
Zimbabwe IFPS Evaluation

Zimbabwe IFPS Evaluation

Improving Family Planning Services (IFPS) is a five-year project implemented by Population Services Zimbabwe (PSZ), a Zimbabwean non-governmental organization (NGO) affiliate member of Marie Stopes International (MSI). IFPS has two main objectives: 1) Increase the awareness of voluntary FP methods, particularly LAPMs by 20% from 17% among underserved women and men aged 15-49 years in all provinces by 2017; and 2) Provide comprehensive voluntary FP serves to 589,506 poor and underserved women and men aged 15-49 through mobile clinical outreach and a social franchising network in all provinces by 2017.

TMG conducted an evaluation of IFPS to present the findings, conclusions and recommendations. Lessons from the evaluation helped inform efforts to fine tune and improve on the current activity that will end in September, 2017 and design new activities for improved effectiveness and efficiency towards reaching USAID/Zimbabwe’s FP objectives. TMG employed a variety of quantitative and qualitative primary data collection methods as well as a de-tailed review of available secondary data to generate the evidence required to answer the evaluation questions adequately. The evaluation team interviewed relevant individuals from the list of key stakeholders, who were identified in discussions with the PSZ team and USAID/Zimbabwe. The team also conducted 12 Focus Group Discussions with clients and non-users, visited BlueStar social franchise facilities, observed mobile outreach sessions, interviewed with healthcare providers, and reviewed client records and statistics.

Apr , 12
Ethiopia Evaluation of the Urban Agriculture Program for HIV/AIDS Affected Women and Children

Ethiopia Evaluation of the Urban Agriculture Program for HIV/AIDS Affected Women and Children

TMG assessed achievements, impacts and challenges in reaching the three program objectives: (a) improvement of nutritional status of HIV/AIDS affected families; (b) improvement of income levels for these families; and (c) improvement of skills and alternative livelihoods. The UA program was part of the U.S. response package for Ethiopia that included substantial PEPFAR funding. TMG employed an evaluation team that met with stakeholders in Addis Ababa and representatives with 15 implementing partners and undertook field work covering 5 IPs to assess the program’s organizational performance, achievements, cost efficiency, sustainability and linkages with other services, and capacity building and monitoring and evaluation efforts.

Apr , 4
Uganda Feed the Future Program Design

Uganda Feed the Future Program Design

TMG carried out the design of the Feed the Future program in Uganda. TMG defined new programs under the Feed the Future core investment areas of increasing agricultural productivity; reducing trade and transport barriers; promoting sound market-based principles for agriculture; accelerating participation of the very poor in rural growth; improving climate change and natural resource management; improving nutrition for women and children; and increasing effectiveness of humanitarian assistance.

Apr , 4