SI conducted impact and performance evaluations of the MCC El Salvador Compact infrastructure activities. These activities were part of the Community Development Activity and Connectivity Project and included water and sanitation, rural electrification, and connectivity projects.
The USAID Skills and Knowledge for Youth Employment (SKYE) project in Guyana offered at-risk youth life and employment skills training, mentoring and coaching. SI conducted a mixed methods mid-term performance evaluation to assess the project’s progress in order to improve implementation and the likelihood of sustainability.
Social Impact assisted USAID’s Center of Excellence on Democracy, Human Rights, and Governance (DRG) in a targeted research project to better understand how and why different technical sectors such as health, agriculture, and education are integrating common DRG principles (e.g. participation, inclusion, transparency, and accountability) into their programs.
SI is working to strengthen the capacity and sustainability of Mexican civil society organizations. Special emphasis is placed on engaging these organizations in crime and violence prevention, criminal justice reform, and human rights.
SI is working with USAID and its Missions in Guatemala and Honduras and Partners of the Americas to assess whether the A Ganar youth workforce development program leads to better outcomes in terms of education and employment. The study also explores the impact of the sports component of the project.