Agriculture, Food Security/Economic Growth, Education & Environment

IBTCI’s AFS/E3 practice specializes in both qualitative and quantitative evaluation methods focused on learning and knowledge management, and informs policy and program planning in the following areas:

Examples of our current and recent projects include:

USAID/Regional Trilateral Cooperation Support Project ◊ $5.6 million ◊ August 2016 – July 2019 ◊ Purpose is to build trilateral cooperation between the United States, Central American countries, and selected donor countries primarily from Latin America.

USAID/ Impact Evaluation of the Aprender a Ler Project in Mozambique ◊ $1.5 million ◊ 2012-2017 ◊ Provided rigorous evidence needed to advocate effectively with the government and other donor agencies about the best way to invest scarce resources to improve the quality of education, more specifically reading outcomes, in primary schools.

USAID/ Accelerating Capacity Monitoring and Evaluation in Bangladesh ◊ $10.8 million ◊ Develop and implement a monitoring, evaluation, and learning system that will enable the USAID/Bangladesh Economic Growth Office (EG) to effectively use performance information in decision making and fulfill its performance monitoring, evaluation, reporting, and information dissemination requirements under development objectives related to improved Food Security and responsiveness to Climate Change.

USAID/Liberia ◊ $700K ◊ April 2017 – February 2020 ◊ The primary goal of the Accelerated Quality Education for Liberian Children project is to increase access to education for approx. 48,000 out-of-school children in Liberia ages 8-15 in target counties of Liberia. IBTCI as a sub is responsible for all components related to Capacity Building and Training of local and national leaders related to the national Education Management Information System (EMIS).