Social Impact (SI) is proud to partner with International Business Initiatives (IBI) to support the five-year USAID/Honduras Monitoring & Evaluation Support for Collaborative Learning & Adapting (MESCLA) 2.0 Activity. The project will provide USAID/Honduras with project/activity evaluation, performance monitoring, and learning assistance to inform activity design and strategy development under the Mission’s new Country Development Cooperation Strategy 2020-2025. The Activity will also track and analyze migration flows to respond to pivotal USG foreign policy priorities as they arise.
SI’s Vice President of the Program Management Unit, Rebecca Lawrence, noted, “All of us at Social Impact are excited for the opportunity to jumpstart this important work with USAID/Honduras. We’ll begin by leading surveys, impact evaluations, and performance assessments to inform the Mission’s critical activities such as supporting youth development and employment, education, governance, citizen security, and localization. Undertaking collaborative learning assignments like MESCLA 2.0 alongside our partners in Honduras are exactly what Social Impact is all about.”
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