Civil society capacity building programs – delivery, baselines and impact assessments
- Designing communications and monitoring and evaluation systems for an INGO program in Sierra Leone. The program was designed to build the capacity of civil society to create successful platforms to dialogue with government and the private sector in an effort to secure rights, improve service delivery and measure impact.
- Baseline studies for a Girls Education Challenge (GEC) fund - 120 enumerators with a collective 400 years of experience processed 12 million pieces of data, covered 180 000 km, and worked in 6 vernacular languages to achieve reliable results for this project.
- Conducting a final evaluation for a Rights and Governance Fund to inform the strategic plan and a new programme submission in Bangladesh.
- Annual review of the GBP255m Protracted Relief programme in Zimbabwe and a review of Poverty Reduction Programme Effectiveness – “Comparative Funding Models –the most appropriate funding model for a multi-donor, multi-sectoral programme for poverty reduction”
- Evaluation of multiple grants (19) supporting the democratisation of the Global Political Agreement (GPA) in Zimbabwe. The evaluation was aimed at measuring impact and outcome from all grants, rather than evaluating individual projects.
- Designing and implementing baseline and ongoing monitoring public opinion surveys in Zimbabwe for a US-Government funded organisation in Washington DC; these surveys are focused on governance, dispute resolution, leadership, accountability and transparency issues.