i-TEC is a development consulting firm with headquarters in Kampala, Uganda, which was established in 2008 to provide a range of program monitoring and evaluation services in Africa, mainly Uganda, Tanzania, Nigeria, Ghana and Ethiopia, etc. The services include but are not limited to the following: Conducting special studies such as Baselines, Situation Analyses, Value Chain Analyses, Program Evaluations such as Mid-Term, Final and Impact, etc.; Designing M&E Systems, client-specific Results Frameworks, Formulating Performance Indicators, Data Quality Assessments, Data Analysis based on Large datasets such as Enterprise and Household surveys,; Capacity Building, to mention a few. Our client base includes: The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF); USAID; UN Agencies (UNDP, UN Women, UN-EHARO, and UNICEF); International Tropical Institute of Agriculture (IITA), United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), CSIR- Crops Research Institute, Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA); National Governments and National Research Agencies in different countries'.
i-TEC has designed M&E systems for several USAID, UNDP and BMGF funded-projects, and provided technical support to the design of government M&E systems from the national to the sub-national (sectoral & districts) levels. One of i-TEC’s key services is provision of trainings in various aspects of M&E using a “Training and Doing” Model that entails actual application of the concepts being taught.
How to series- Series to be offered from April – December 2016
i-TEC will be offering How to: series on different M&E topics in 2016, the first one being How to: Design an M&E System. These series are aimed at building the skills and knowledge needed by individuals whose responsibilities include not only monitoring but also using the information generated for their own performance management needs. More details on the course content can be found here.
Fundamentals in Monitoring and Evaluation