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UMEMS – End of Project Evaluation of the Capacity Project

UMEMS – End of Project Evaluation of the Capacity Project

TMG conducted an end of project evaluation to 2010 to determine whether the project achieved the expected specific results; and to examine the factors that facilitated and/or hindered its achievement of planned results. The evaluation was also to assess the extent to which the assistance provided by the project contributed to overall performance in delivery of health services in Uganda. It also identified the remaining gaps/weaknesses in HRH systems in the country to inform implementation of a new Capacity Program to be supported by USAID/Uganda for five years. The evaluation adopted a qualitative methodology, which included review of more than 80 documents, and interviews with over 80 respondents in Kampala and six out of 12 districts reached by focused project activities in northern and western Uganda. Data analysis and conclusions were based on triangulation of qualitative data from respondents and quantitative information extracted from reviewed documents.

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UMEMS – End of Project Evaluation of the ACE Program

UMEMS – End of Project Evaluation of the ACE Program

In conducting this evaluation, TMG analytically examined the ACE project to: 1) determine how appropriate the ACE approach was for capacity building to each client organization; 2) determine the extent to which ACE has achieved its intended results for each client organizations, what factors facilitated and/or hindered the achievements of planned results and what are the remaining gaps/weaknesses in systems support for each organization; 3) determine the extent to which the capacity building provided by ACE has contributed to the client organizations’ overall performance in delivery of HIV/AIDS programs; 4) determine the cost-effectiveness of the ACE interventions; 5) identify the key lessons learned for capacity building programs in Uganda and elsewhere; and 6) identify positive or negative unintended results from ACE’s interventions and what factors determined such unintended results.

Apr , 26
Institutional Support Services Contract Office of Science and Technology

Institutional Support Services Contract Office of Science and Technology

For the Institutional Support Services Contract to support the Office of Science and Technology, TMG provided administrative and programmatic technical support. Over a two year period, TMG hired over two dozen staff and determined their scopes of work using a collaborative, discussion, and needs based process. Activities by TMG also included obtaining security clearances and creating performance evaluation protocols.

Apr , 26
Nigeria Monitoring and Evaluation Management Services II (NMEMS II)

Nigeria Monitoring and Evaluation Management Services II (NMEMS II)

Under this contract, TMG provided quality and comprehensive Monitoring and Evaluation services that enhanced USAID capacity to document performance in achieving its development objectives and to comply with Automated Directives Systems (ADS) and other Agency performance management policies. Support was provided in three key areas: performance management systems and activities; evaluations and assessments and dissemination of their results; and information dissemination and capacity building for Monitoring and Evaluation. TMG conducted 249 DQAs, reviewed 100 monitoring plans, and trained approximately 1400 people. Overall, MEMS II played a key role in building the capacity of USAID Technical Offices, IPs and the Government of Nigeria (GON) counterparts to improve monitoring and evaluation functions relating to the USAID portfolio of projects.

Apr , 26
Private Sector Investment Opportunity Analysis and Action Plan for Health, Energy, and Information and Communications Technology

Private Sector Investment Opportunity Analysis and Action Plan for Health, Energy, and Information and Communications Technology

Under this task order, TMG provided recommendations on USG’s engagement with the private sector in Communication and Information Technology (ICT), health, and energy; provided analysis of key investment opportunities in ICT, health, and energy for the private sector; and outlined public-sector interventions needed to facilitate these investments. As a part of the process, TMG convened with key stakeholders and informants; identified key private-sector actors; identified high-potential opportunities for private sector investment; prioritized investments; identified public-sector investments or interventions, naming potential sources of funding or support; and provided recommendations on potential public and private-sector partners, national and international. TMG’s plans focused on high-impact strategies to yield substantial, measurable, and sustained economic development.

Apr , 25
End-of-Project Evaluation of the Ethiopia Health Center Renovation Coordination Project

End-of-Project Evaluation of the Ethiopia Health Center Renovation Coordination Project

TMG implemented an end-of-project evaluation to assess the achievements, challenges and sustainability of the program to inform follow-on programming. The evaluation also responded to USAID’s questions that focused on: program management effectiveness; the approach, effectiveness and quality of assistance; M&E indicators, and the use of M&E for planning and management; quality assurance standards and criteria used for renovations; and strategies, priorities, and lessons learned in capacity building and sustainability for future guidance in implementation. The evaluation methodology was observational and qualitative with some quantification. It took into consideration both the engineering and health-care aspects of the renovations and incorporated elements of a performance audit. This hybrid methodology was required to fulfill the objectives and answer the broad range of USAID’s illustrative questions. The evaluation included 13 site visits in four of the project’s five geographic regions, key informant interviews, small group discussions and comprehensive document review.

Apr , 24
End-of-Project Evaluation: Ethiopian Public Health Training Initiative Phase II (EPHTI II)

End-of-Project Evaluation: Ethiopian Public Health Training Initiative Phase II (EPHTI II)

TMG conducted the final evaluation to design a planned extension of EPHTI-II as well as re-design of future programs for pre-service training for other key primary health care cadres throughout the country. TMG also determined that the Accelerated Health Officer Training Program was highly appreciated and valued by all the stakeholders and impacted the health of rural communities in Ethiopia by contributing to the goals of Ethiopia’s Third Health Sector Development Plan, the Millennium Development Goals and USAID’s Foreign Assistance Framework.

Apr , 24
Mid-Term Project Evaluation of the USAID/DELIVER Project

Mid-Term Project Evaluation of the USAID/DELIVER Project

TMG carried out an evaluation that focused on the Project’s three main objectives: 1) improving the Ethiopian Contraceptive Logistics System (ECLS); 2) improving the availability of contraceptives at all levels of the public health system; and 3), assisting design and implementation of the new Pharmaceutical Logistics Master Plan (PLMP), a Federal Ministry of Health initiative that establishes a semi-autonomous agency in Ethiopia responsible for managing, financing, logistics and supply of all health commodities (including contraceptives and all other special purpose and essential drugs). In order to best assess these objectives, TMG examined the Project’s progress and achievements, identified strengths and weaknesses, made recommendations for future improvements, determined additional Project approaches and activities that led to improved availability of family planning and other essential health commodities, and reviewed the efficiency and effectiveness of the Project’s staffing, management structures, and processes.

Apr , 24