i-TEC team has vast experience in conducting evaluations; mid-term, final or end or project evaluations and impact evaluations. The following are select examples of some of the evaluations that have been conducted by i-TEC as a firm:
- i-TEC conducted the final evaluation of the USAID/Uganda-funded project, The Health Communications Partnership (HCP II), a five-year project designed to develop and implement communication strategies on HIV/AIDS, TB, family planning and malaria from 2007 to 2012. This was a follow-on project to expand communication activities initiated between 2004 and 2007 under a previously USAID funded project. HCP II was implemented and managed by The John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Center for Communication Programs (JHU.CCP)
- i-TEC was a sub-contractor on the USAID-funded project, REVALUE, implemented by International relief and Development (IRD) in Zimbabwe, responsible for providing monitoring and evaluation services. Key responsibilities for i-TEC in this partnership among these was conducting the baseline, setting up the necessary monitoring and evaluation systems that were to be used to track progress and then finally conducting the final evaluation of REVALUE.
- i-TEC conducted the mid-term evaluation of the USAID/Uganda-funded project, the Livelihoods and Enterprises for Agricultural Development (LEAD), which program is aimed at helping integrate farmers and related micro- and small and medium enterprises (SMEs) into commodity value chains so that they gain improved access to markets, and more empowered relationships with suppliers, processors and traders. i–TEC work on this evaluation has been recognized among the top 5 quality evaluation at the USAID-global level. This can be accessed at the following link:
- i-TEC conducted the external end of project evaluation of the Tanzania Agro dealer Strengthening Program (TASP), that was implemented from June 2007 to May 2010, under the Program for Africa Seed System (PASS).
- i-TEC staff were also part of the multidisciplinary team hired by the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) to assess the legal and policy framework to identify gaps and provide recommendations for combating war economies.
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