Completed Projects



  • Africa
  • Asia
  • Europe and Eurasia
  • North America
  • Latin America and The Caribbean
  • Middle East and North Africa
  • Global


  • Monitoring and Evaluation
  • Basic Education and Training
  • Support Services
  • Financial and Grants Management

Practice Area

  • Democracy and Governance
  • Health
  • Peace and Countering Violence
  • Economic Growth and Trade
  • Education and Youth
  • Agriculture and Food Security
  • Gender Equality and Social Inclusion
  • Energy
  • Environment and Natural Resources
  • Corporate Partnerships
Senegal New Country Program Strategy

Senegal New Country Program Strategy

TMG implemented a demand-driven approach to help address Senegal’s daunting development challenges. Three strategic objectives were designed to support USAID Mission’s goal of “sustainable economic development through broadened social, political, and economic empowerment.” These were as follows: sustainable increase of private sector income generating activties; more effective, democratic, and accountable local management of services and resources; and increased and sustainable use of reproductive health services in the context of decentralization in targeted areas.

Apr , 4
The National School of Applied Economics (ENEA) Rural Management Training Project

The National School of Applied Economics (ENEA) Rural Management Training Project

TMG assisted ENEA in redirecting its training program for lower- and middle-level rural development cadres by including management skills in project design, implementation, and evaluation in its curriculum. Building on an established training system which combined classroom teaching with extensive field training, TMG enabled ENEA to better respond to the needs of the Government of Senegal (GOS) user agencies by developing and institutionalizing a program of in-service training for agents in the field, most of whom are ENEA graduates.

Apr , 3
Gambia Oilseed Promotion Project

Gambia Oilseed Promotion Project

TMG supported Catholic Relief Services in their supervision of a food and nutrition program, which improved or maintained the nutritional states of participating children. Mothers, in return for economic aid they received in the form of food, committed themselves to insuring that their children grow properly. Participants also engaged in income-generating activities to enhance the economic status of themselves as well as the community.

Apr , 3
Ethiopia Family Planning Reproductive Health (FP/RH)

Ethiopia Family Planning Reproductive Health (FP/RH)

In 2005, USAID/Ethiopia awarded a contract to TMG to conduct a mid-term evaluation to assess the PI/E’s progress to date and to make recommendations for changes as needed in project direction. TMG’s evaluation team was comprised of 16 persons, including representatives from the Global Health Bureau of USAID/Washington, Ethiopian representatives from Ministry of Health (MOH), Ministry of Finance and Economic Development (MOFED), the National Office of Population, and the Regional Health Bureaus of the project’s four focus regions, and independent consultants from the U.S. and Ethiopia. The evaluation methodology included briefings with USAID/Ethiopia project managers, Pathfinder staff and Ministry of Health leaders in Addis Ababa, and field observations in the four Project regions.

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