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Tanzania Feed the Future Monitoring and Evaluation (FTF M&E) Project

Tanzania Feed the Future Monitoring and Evaluation (FTF M&E) Project

TMG undertook monitoring and evaluation of the FtF intiative over a five year period. The conceptualized M&E system comprised of components that enabled USAID/Tanzania to fulfill its performance monitoring, evaluation, reporting, and dissemination requirements as mandated in the Automated Directives System (ADS) and other Agency guidance. TMG developed a robust M&E conceptual framework with a web-based portal data reporting system and design/develop approaches, systems, and tools for: routine collection of program monitoring data to track outputs produced by the initiative; collection of both qualitative and quantitative data /information on program outcomes for measuring key results and impact of the initiative, including effectiveness and reach of the programs implemented; evaluation and impact assessment for ascertaining the trend in achieving the set intermediate results of the FtF interventions; inventory and capacity assessment of local and regional institutions that can potentially assist with implementation of M&E tasks; and a capacity building program to transfer technology and best practices to selected local and regional institutions for monitoring, evaluation, and knowledge sharing. TMG also conducted baseline surveys, beneficiary assessments, data quality assessment, targeted studies, and impact evaluations. TMG’s measurement of key results/ outcomes allowed for better understanding of program effectiveness and the systematic documentation to foster critical reflection, knowledge sharing and learning.

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USAID/RCSA Network and Capacity Building (NETCAB)

USAID/RCSA Network and Capacity Building (NETCAB)

TMG conducted an end-of-program evaluation of the Network and Capacity Building (NETCAB).

The evaluation included three interrelated activities: a review of progress made in the implementation of NETCAB and assessment of the development impact of the investment; an institutional analysis of a representative sample of beneficiary institutions; and documentation of lessons learned and best practices identified during the implementation of this program. TMG impacted the building of regional identity and a common language for environmental conservation and natural resource management by enhancing the capacity of various governmental institutions and employing data analysis techniques to evaluate effectiveness and identify best practices.

USAID’s Regional Center for South Africa (USAID/RCSA): Botswana, Zimbabwe, South Africa, and Zambia.

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Liberia Monitoring and Evaluation Program (L-MEP)

Liberia Monitoring and Evaluation Program (L-MEP)

TMG implemented a five-year M&E project for USAID/Liberia to provide a comprehensive performance management, planning, monitoring and evaluation, and reporting system for the Mission. The system measured the performance of development activities toward the achievement of development objectives. The L-MEP was also instrumental in guiding USAID/Liberia in establishing a clear, consistent information flow between the Mission and its IPs; designing a monitoring and evaluation plan for Mission activities to coordinate data gathering, analysis, and dissemination related to each activity, thereby preventing duplication and promoting synergy; and assisting USAID/Liberia to conduct evaluations of selected projects in their portfolios. During implementation, the Mission added monitoring and evaluation of its MCC Threshold Programs to the L-MEP contract and within the first few months of operation, the L-MEP increased collaboration between the USAID Mission Teams and the MCC IPs and developed a plan of action to implement DQAs. The “front-loading” of technical assistance for PMP review and database development was essential to putting in place the two most important components of the web-based information management system– a means of generating performance data with a structure for storing, manipulating, retrieving and reporting data, and the GIS platform. Based on experience gained from implementing M&E programs in Nigeria, Tanzania and Uganda, L-MEP completed the development of a sophisticated online data management system, the Performance Indicator Data Base Systems (PIDS) that enabled all IPs to enter their data in a standardized format and enables USAID/Liberia to generate required performance management reports.

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Global Business, Trade, and Investment (GBTI) II IQC

Global Business, Trade, and Investment (GBTI) II IQC

The purpose of this contract was to provide services for the Support for Economic Growth and Institutional Reform (SEGIR) project, specifically in the Global Business, Trade, and Investment (GBTI) sector. The IQC also allowed missions and bureaus to continue to engage in business, trade and investment work and related sector reform projects through a structured procurement process. It was aimed at building on initial SEGIR experience in addressing business, trade and investment constraints to economic growth in USAID-presence countries. The IQC was also intended to promote knowledge management and best practices by making available to USAID and its GBTI implementers all contract-related experience and reports. Finally, GBTI II focused on devising and implementing robust strategies to promote real economic growth, reduce poverty, graduate transitional countries from aid to trade, promote open competitive markets, develop the private sector, and mobilize private financing sources to supplement and eventually replace development assistance.

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Chad Child Survival Project

Chad Child Survival Project

Under this project, TMG was responsible for strengthening the administration and delivery of an improved integrated package of Maternal and Child Health/Family Well-Being in selected prefectures in Mali. TMG also was responsible for reinforcing the capability of the Ministry of Public Health and Social Affairs to operate and maintain a national health information system in Chad. TMG provided three long-term health professionals and several short-term technical experts in specialized areas including health care management and administration, health planning, health training, health information systems, operations research, management information systems, procurement and logistics management and financial management. TMG conducted approximately $400,000 worth of in-country training assistance and off-shore training (study tours).

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USAID/Swaziland – Educational Policy, Management and Technology (EPMT)

USAID/Swaziland – Educational Policy, Management and Technology (EPMT)

The EPMT’s purpose was to improve the quality and efficiency of basic education in Swaziland. Under a subcontract to IIR, TMG procured commodities required by the project, such as computers and related equipment, fax machines, graphics equipment, vehicles, office equipment and supplies, generators, textbooks and teaching supplies and other equipment and supplies. TMG also procured equipment and materials needed for in service training programs, the MOE testing unit, the research and planning unit, regional offices, and distribution centers.

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