Demand for monitoring and evaluation (M&E) activities has steadily increased in the last years, with the donors and developing countries requiring a greater level of analysis on the effectiveness of foreign assistance and its impact on intended recipients.

Two major forces drive the increased demand: the need for accountability in donor funding, and the need to learn from programme implementation to improve effectiveness.

That is where we come in to help partners and governments to evaluate their projects and performance.

We offer high-quality and participatory evaluations using qualitative, quantitative, and mixed-methods approaches, including the design, implementation, and analysis of instruments such as surveys, focus groups, and interviews.