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.
USAID and DFID, via subcontractor Overseas Development Institute, engaged Social Impact from 2018-2020 as part of the Global Learning for Adaptive Management (GLAM) consortium.
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 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 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.
Social Impact designs and implements project monitoring tools to support USAID/Afghanistan. Through monitoring and verification (M&V), SI supplies sufficient, accurate, and verified information on the progress of technical projects within the Southern and Western regions of the country.
SCS Global’s purpose is to identify and develop effective, evidence-based approaches to strengthen civil society and media organizations as key actors in the development process. SI’s role on this award is to support rigorous Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning in SCS implementation.
SI developed a Results Framework and monitoring and evaluation (M&E) system for the USDA Cochran Fellowship Program (CFP). CFP brings professionals from developing countries to the United States for two week trainings on agricultural production and food processing. SI also trained CFP staff on understanding the Results Framework and M&E tools to improve program management.
SI is working with Palladium and USAID’s Bureau for Policy, Planning and Learning (PPL) to deliver on-demand monitoring, evaluation, and learning (MEL) training for USAID staff at headquarters and overseas Missions.
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.