Water Communications and Knowledge Management Project (CKM) is conducting a series of independent ex-post performance evaluations of USAID water and sanitation programs for the USAID Bureau of Economic Growth, Education and Environment’s Water Office (E3/W). Through the Water and Development Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity Contract, SI is supporting the monitoring and evaluation activities of the project.
SI works with the Office of Democracy and Governance at USAID/Bangladesh to improve the effectiveness of its projects. These projects support democratic processes, strengthen local governance, combat trafficking in persons, and address gender-based violence and human rights abuses.
Developmental Evaluation Pilot Activity - Monitoring, Evaluation, Research, and Learning Innovations (DEPA-MERL) is the first major effort to pilot Developmental Evaluation (DE) at USAID. The DE approach is designed to support learning and strategic adaptation of innovative projects, programs, or activities, untested theories of change, and/or implementation in complex contexts.
SI is providing USAID teams in the Balkans with a wide range of monitoring, evaluation, and learning services through this five-year indefinite delivery indefinite quantity contract. This work will help increase understanding of the impact of USAID activities and inform future decision making.
SI conducted an independent performance evaluation upon the conclusion of the USAID Office of Transition Initiatives (OTI) Afghanistan Community Cohesion Initiative (CCI).
SI is conducting an impact evaluation and annual stakeholder analyses of the USAID/Malawi five-year mission-wide Country Development Cooperation Strategy (CDCS).
Social Impact is designing and implementing a longitudinal study to examine the effects of the USAID-funded Youth Development Resource Centers in the West Bank. The Youth Cohort Study will also gauge the capacity of the Centers as epicenters for youth development, and inform programming in the region that is tailored to the Palestinian context.
USAID’s Bureau for Management, Office of Management Services (M/MS) engaged Social Impact from 2015-17 to finalize and roll out new strategic plans and corresponding performance metrics for three of its stakeholder groups, including Executive Officers (EXOs) at USAID overseas Missions. In addition, SI is advising M/MS on change management for the successful implementation of these new Operations Strategies and metrics.
Social Impact provides technical assistance and capacity building support to the Ministry of Education (MOE) and the Ghana Education Service (GES) to develop a systematic, and responsive monitoring and evaluation system. The support is aimed at helping the Government of Ghana to achieve its basic education sector priorities, specifically for improving primary school reading performance.