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Monitoring and Evaluation

Our monitoring and evaluation process goes beyond the requirements of most organisations as it is always designed to have the greatest impact on the improvement of existing projects or the development of future projects.

Our understanding of the local context allows us to look beyond the obvious and immediate consequences of a develop project. This allows us to evaluate not only the outputs and the outcomes of projects but also their broader social impact. It also allows us to understand the ways in which the project may have been influenced by a range of variables, like the governance environment or changing economic conditions. This can help to ensure that future projects learn the lessons of the past.

Monitoring and Evaluation Projects

Data Collection for Evaluation of the Child Sponsorship Program (World Vision, 2016)
Data collection for evaluation of World Vision’s Child Sponsorship Program (CSP) utilized a wide variety of GeoWel’s skills and resources. The quantitative survey of 500 and in-depth interviews of 75 respondents were conducted across a wide variety of settlements ranging from towns to villages so remote that they were not served by transport and were accessible only by four-wheel drive vehicle.
Challenges Facing Children with Disabilities (World Vision, 2014)
This research looks at the situation facing children with disabilities in Georgia
Research into Corporate Social Responsibility in Georgia (BP, June 2013-April 2014)
This research was intended to inform BP on areas of interest in CSR in Georgia.
Milk and Dairy in Racha Lechkhumi (2011)
The objective of the research was to provide an overview of the meat and dairy sector in Racha with an aim to assessing the viability of both sectors and the various ways that the project could work with the sectors to improve them.
Mercy Corps Research into Milk Collection Centers (2011)
The research and analysis was done to support the Mercy Corps Project entitled Market Alliances Against Poverty in the Samtskhe-Javakheti Region of Georgia. The principle focus of the research was to look at milk collection centers (MCC) in Samtskhe and evaluate why some work and others do not, in order to aid Mercy Corps in their selection of MCCs and MCC managers in the future.
Access to Justice in Central Asia (2011)
On 6th April 2011, Dr George Welton presented the results of the research he managed on Access to Justice in Central Asia. The research was the result of a large literature review and legal/institutional analysis, 1,908 survey questionnaires, 74 expert interviews and six focus groups conducted in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan, over 80 expert interviews from September 2010.
Youth Bank Evaluation for EPF (2011)
This evaluation used desk research, surveys, focus groups, financial analysis and in-depth interviews to evaluate the success of the program in achieving its general objectives and specific targets. The results are broken down into an analysis of outputs, outcomes and impacts.
KfW Protected Areas Financial Analysis and Project Development (2010)
Financial planning, financial feasibility analysis and budget development for Euro 9 million Georgia protected area system project.
CARE International Underlying Causes of Poverty and Program Development (2010)
Research on underlying causes of agricultural poverty in Georgia looking at governance, civil society, insecurity and markets and linkages. This research was conducted to help CARE International in the Caucasus develop its overall program trajectory.
GTZ Caucasus Local Government Assessment (2010)
This research analysed the structure and operation of local government in order to support the development of a GTZ Local Government Project
IDP Situation Analysis (2010)
Our IDP study is the most comprehensive review of the situation facing new settlement IDPs to date. It shows that the situation is extremely varied, depending on the settlement, and that while some settlements are ready for development work, most are still in need of considerable humanitarian assistance.
The Loan Component of the Post War Pledge: An Analysis (2009)
This policy paper evaluates the 3 billion loan component of the postwar pledge; looking at the sector choices, transparency and sustainability of the loans.
UNDP Belarus Mid-Term Evaluation (2009)
The main focus of the evaluation was to assess the strategic direction of UNDP projects in Belarus. This project evaluated their portfolio of work, worth over USD 100 milllion, against the goals set out in their 2006 strategic Country Programme Document (CPD). It also assessed the efficacy of their programmatic focus, keeping in mind UNDP's skill-sets, the structure of the government priorities and the changing international situation.

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