Social Impact conducted evaluations of Relief International's Educate Girls, End Poverty (EGEP) project. These evaluations assessed the effectiveness of EGEP's holistic, multilevel approach in tackling the manifold challenges impeding girls' education.
SI supports the U.S. Department of State in using performance management best practices, including evaluation. Our work helps the Department achieve the most effective U.S. foreign policy outcomes and greater accountability to the American people.
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 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.
Social Impact is conducting an impact evaluation of the Millennium Challenge Account Tanzania Water Sector Project. The project rehabilitated and upgraded water treatment plans in urban Morogoro and Dar es Salaam to improve water supply and quality. The evaluation is focused on learning whether there were improvements in the quantity, reliability, and quality of the water supply. The evaluation also looks at how people used water, their choices for drinking water, and how much they spent related to water.
SI provided USAID/Zimbabwe facilitation and technical assistance in the development of its five-year Country Development Cooperation Strategy (CDCS) 2016-2020.
SI provides the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation a suite of organizational development and performance management consulting services to support its emerging Ethiopia Integrated Health Team (EIHT).
In Ghana, Kenya, and Nigeria, the Discovery Project worked to improve girls’ education through use of technology in the classroom, teacher training, community engagement and outreach. Through rigorous impact evaluations SI examined the impacts of the project on girls’ enrollment, attendance, and learning, and on teaching skills, student motivation, and parental attitudes towards girls education.
The Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) Regional Leadership Centers (RLC) in Senegal, Ghana, Kenya, and South Africa work to train young leaders in leadership, entrepreneurship, and professional development. As The MasterCard Foundation’s Learning Partner, Social Impact developed and is implementing a Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning (MEL) Framework for the RLCs.