The purpose of this task order was to conduct a mid-term performance evaluation of the Feed the Future (FfF) Cambodia Harvest II activity resulting in key actionable recommendations to improve FtF Cambodia Harvest II activity’s performance for the remaining period of the award.
USAID/Cambodia Regional Mission awarded the FtF Cambodia Harvest II Mid-term Evaluation contract to The Mitchell Group (TMG) In order to evaluate the effectiveness of their ongoing project FtF Cambodia Harvest II.
The FtF Cambodia Harvest II activity is intended to help USAID/Cambodia meet Feed the Future objectives by strengthening the commercial horticulture value chains in the Zone of Influence (ZOI). The Program is the primary mechanism for supporting smallholder and commercial producers and facilitating market systems development under USAID/Cambodia’s Food Security & Environment Development Objective, “Strengthening sustainable and resilient pathways out of poverty”. The Program is engaging the private sector all along the value chain to establish, develop, and/or strengthen various actors’ capacity to effectively and efficiently participate in the horticulture sector in Cambodia.
TMG brought in a team of international evaluation experts to assess how key aspects of the program have been implemented, what has worked and why, as well as the development of key actionable recommendations for USAID and the implementing partner to improve FtF Cambodia Harvest II activity’s performance for the remaining period of the award.