TMG

Projects

PROJECT FILTERS
14 PROJECTS DISPLAYED

REGION

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

Expertise

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

Practice Area

  • Economic Growth and Trade
  • Environment and Natural Resources
  • Health
  • Agriculture and Food Security
  • Democracy and Governance
  • Peace and Countering Violence
  • Education and Youth
  • Gender Equality and Social Inclusion
  • Energy
  • Corporate Partnerships
American Schools and Hospitals Abroad (ASHA) Assistance

American Schools and Hospitals Abroad (ASHA) Assistance

TMG provided assistance to the Office of American Schools and Hospitals Abroad, for review, evaluation and maintenance audits of grants made to sponsors of overseas institutions. The contract focused on strengthening the analytical capacity of institutions to prepare better grant application and accountability of grantees (and local partners) during implementation. TMG provided both home office and on-site management support for this contract. Our overall project management helped ASHA develop improved results planning, performance measurement and evaluation methods, training approaches, and reporting instruments to USAID and Congress.

Apr , 3
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.

Aug , 13