For the assessment, TMG held in depth interviews, discussions and meetings with stakeholder representatives to identify constraints and possible approaches to improving education in FATA, particularly for girls and illiterate women but also for out of school youth assessment.
TMG conducted an external evaluation of the three Education Quality Improvement Program (EQUIP) Leader With Associate (LWA) awards.
TMG fielded a senior level technical assistance team to assess the economic impact of the Community Revitalization through Democratic Action (CRDA) and Serbia Enterprise Development Project (SEDP) activities.
TMG undertook this mid-term report to evaluate the expected outputs, marketing liberalization, impacts of cooperative law reform, outstanding conditions precedent, and the Government of the Republic of Cameroon’s role and contributions towards PRAMS I success.
GRIP improved the living conditions of disadvantaged, targeted rural communities by responding to their priority needs.
Recognizing that imbalances in health manpower contributed tot he limited overall utilization of health services as well as the mal-distribution of these services, TMG strengthened the health system particularly by better orienting health workers to primary health care and employing more health workers outside of cities.
TMG promoted the stimulation, facilitation, and support of national and regional training programs to provide qualified technical, scientific, and management personnel and policy planners.