Bangladesh Accelerating Capacity for Monitoring and Evaluation (ACME)

USAID/Bangladesh has awarded IBTCI a four-year contract entitled Accelerating Capacity for Monitoring and Evaluation (ACME). Under this activity, IBTCI will provide technical assistance in monitoring and evaluation for the Mission’s Economic Growth Office which supports both Feed the Future (FTF) and Global Climate Change (GCC) activities. IBTCI will provide the following core services:

  • Support USAID/Bangladesh to accurately monitor, verify, document and communicate performance results of FTF and GCC activities
  • Design and manage a web-based tool for tracking, verifying, displaying, and analyzing data across portfolios
  • Provide performance and impact evaluation support services 
  • Build M&E capacity of USAID/Bangladesh technical staff, implementing partners and other local partners to develop and carry out effective and efficient M&E processes
ACME joins IBTCI’s current M&E portfolio which includes multi-year projects in Kenya/East Africa, Mozambique, Somalia and Yemen.

 

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