SI is currently providing technical assistance to the BMGF Nigeria Country Office (NCO) in the form of strategy development and MLE assistance. SI is developing a MLE Framework to track the performance of the NCO’s strategy and provide a framework for alignment of its portfolio and investment efforts in Nigeria. By tracking progress and assessing contribution, the MLE Plan aims to provide a fuller picture of the NCO’s investment and strategy and ultimately guide leadership decision-making.
SI supports the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation with strategic alignment analysis and organizational development services to improve health care coordination and results in two states in Nigeria.
SI conducted multiple performance evaluations of health projects for USAID/Zimbabwe. These evaluations provided valuable insights into strengthening private sector health services, maternal and child health programs, and the Tuberculosis CARE project.
Social Impact is conducting an ex-post impact evaluation of the Millennium Challenge Account Lesotho water sector activities. The evaluation will focus on the quantity, reliability, and quality of the water supply to urban domestic, industrial, and commercial consumers. It also looks at how new and rehabilitated infrastructure has affected the operations of the local utility.
SI conducted an evaluation of USAID/Uganda’s U-Bridge program, which offers residents the opportunity to send text messages to district officials about service delivery concerns. Implemented by RTI International, the project aims to improve political communication, increase government engagement, and improve public services.
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.