South Sudan: Monitoring and Evaluation Services for the Building Resilience through Asset Creation and Enhancement (BRACE) II Programme
IMC Worldwide led a consortium to provide independent monitoring of BRACE II programme activities, to strengthen the internal monitoring and evaluation systems of the implementing partners, and generate learning to support adaptive programming.
Tools for Measurement of Resilience in Nepal: Literature review
This review (commissioned by DFID) was conducted by IMC Worldwide, in partnership with Garama 3C Ltd, with the aim to identify tools and methods for the measurement of resilience over Growth, Governance and Inclusion themes.
Assessment of Sustainability and Targeting of DFID’s Water and Sanitation Portfolio
IMC Worldwide has signed a contract with DFID for the Assessment of Sustainability and Targeting of DFID's Water and Sanitation Portfolio, 2011-2015.
Myanmar UK Partnership for Education (MUPE) – Evaluation, Evidence and Learning Component (EELC)
IMC Worldwide has been appointed by DFID for the delivery of MUPE – EELC Lot 3 of the overall MUPE programme.
South Sudan: Evaluating the DFID Access to Justice Programme
IMC Worldwide and our local partner, South Sudan-based firm Forcier Consulting, are working together to provide services for the Impact Evaluation of a DFID programme of Access to Justice (ATJP) in South Sudan.
Nepal: Evaluating USAID’S OFDA disaster risk reduction programming
USAID’s Bureau of Policy, Planning and Learning (PPL) has contracted IMC to provide monitoring, evaluation and learning services to the disaster risk reduction programming which has been implemented in Nepal by the USAID’s Office of US Foreign Disaster Assistance (OFDA).
Africa, Asia: Performance Evaluation of What Works to Prevent Violence
IMC is leading a consortium to evaluate the performance of the What Works to Prevent Violence Programme. The Evaluation Team are carrying out an independent evaluation of research and research uptake stemming from this multi-country study on VAWG.
Independent Review of Sustainable Energy, Access and Gender
IMC has been contracted by the Department for International Development (DFID) to undertake an independent review of the Sustainable Energy, Access and Gender (SEAG) programme.
Malawi Oilseed Sector Transformation (MOST)
The Malawi Oilseeds Sector Transformation (MOST) programme is a £7m, 5-year market systems development programme funded by UKaid. It aims to increase the incomes of poor women and men working in Malawi’s cotton, groundnut, soybean, sesame and sunflower markets.
Mozambique: Monitoring of results of the national water, sanitation and hygiene programme
IMC is providing independent monitoring of results of the Mozambican Government’s national water, sanitation and hygiene programme, with a focus on central level and decentralised levels in Zambezia and Nampula provinces.
Worldwide: Monitoring and evaluation of Energy 4 Impact’s Moving Energy Initiative
IMC Worldwide has provided monitoring and evaluation support to the eight workstreams of the Moving Energy Initiative (MEI), bringing knowledge across MEI partners and implementing organisations to share with the wider humanitarian, development and energy sectors.
Evidence and Learning Facility for South Sudan (ELFSS)
ELFSS supports DFID’s Humanitarian Assistance and Resilience Programme in South Sudan (HARISS) through better use of high quality evidence.
Worldwide: Evaluating the UK government’s International Climate Finance (Climate Change Compass)
The MEL programme is working to catalyse the flow of credible knowledge around the ICF network, enriching understanding and decision-making at all levels from policy to practice on the ground.
Macro-evaluation of DFID’s regional approaches to achieving development impact in Africa
Delivery of a macro-evaluation to generate, capture and make use of evidence produced by evaluations of DFID's regional programmes to achieve better development impact in Africa