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157 COMPLETED PROJECTS DISPLAYED

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Haiti Education 2004 Project

Haiti Education 2004 Project

TMG served as subcontractor to the Academy for Educational Development for this contract. The overall objective of this program is to provide technical services to USAID/Haiti to promote literacy and numeracy by improving the quality of educational instruction and administrative efficiency in Haitian primary schools and to provide support to the Haitian primary education sector. TMG supported this program objective by providing long-term technical assistance in the areas of financial management and support services. TMG fielded a Financial Management Specialist who managed a grant to the Haitian umbrella primary education NGO, FONHEP, and continued to provide financial management assistance to this organization. The TMG Financial Management Specialist oversaw and managed the subcontracting process for Haitian NGOs to carry out ED2004 activities and managed the process for grants to operations research. TMG also hired a Training, Grants and Office Manager and assisted in procuring textbooks and other school materials and arranged for their distribution to schools.

Apr , 3
American Schools and Hospitals Abroad (ASHA) Assistance

American Schools and Hospitals Abroad (ASHA) Assistance

TMG provided assistance to the Office of American Schools and Hospitals Abroad, for review, evaluation and maintenance audits of grants made to sponsors of overseas institutions. The contract focused on strengthening the analytical capacity of institutions to prepare better grant application and accountability of grantees (and local partners) during implementation. TMG provided both home office and on-site management support for this contract. Our overall project management helped ASHA develop improved results planning, performance measurement and evaluation methods, training approaches, and reporting instruments to USAID and Congress.

Apr , 3
Uganda – Investment in Developing Export Agriculture (IDEA)

Uganda – Investment in Developing Export Agriculture (IDEA)

TMG conducted a major project evaluation of IDEA, which was managed by Chemonics International. The goal of IDEA was to increase rural household incomes through increased production and marketing of selected non-traditional agricultural exports (NTAEs) and selected food product. TMG fielded a team of five expatriate and local consultants to review the major achievements and impacts of the project and identify major lessons learned. TMG also provided programming guidance to the USAID mission with respect to the remaining 18 months left on the project, and inform new USAID projects coming on line at the time, particularly the Agricultural Productivity and Enhancement Program (APEP) and the Uganda Trade Revitalization and Diversification of Exports Project (U-TRADE).

Apr , 3
Indonesia – Evaluation of Partnership for Economic Growth

Indonesia – Evaluation of Partnership for Economic Growth

USAID/Jakarta contracted with TMG to carry out an evaluation of the Partnership for EconomicGrowth (PEG) contract, which consisted of three components (technical assistance, grants for partnership, and training). Through this evaluation, the evaluation team, consisting of two expatriate consultants and a local specialist, determined the extent to which the activity is achieving its purposes through compiling success stories and lessons learned. The team reviewed the PEG activity, with a focus on its relevance, effectiveness, efficiency, impact, and sustainability.

Apr , 3