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The Gender at the Centre Initiative (GCI) aims to improve gender equality in education through mobilizing technical resources to support Ministries of Education and other national actors in gender-responsive education sector planning (GRESP) and management, including analysis, plan and policy...
Over the past nine years, the BMGF has made significant investments in advocacy for African agricultural development without any formal, comprehensive evaluation to measure the effectiveness and impact of these investments. Universalia was contracted by the BMGF to conduct an evaluation of the...
As the International Land and Forest Tenure Facility (the ‘Tenure Facility’ or ‘TF’) moved from its incubation period through to its establishment phase, the TF and the Rights and Resources Initiative (RRI) commissioned Universalia to conduct this evaluation, assessing both programmatic and...
 
A consortium led Universalia and including Itad and R4D was mandated by the World Bank to design and implement country-level evaluations of the Global Partnership for Education (GPE) in 2017-2020, in line with the results & measurement component of the 2016-2020 GPE strategy. GPE is the...
The Corporate Evaluation of UN Women’s Contribution to United Nations System coordination on Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (GEEW) was commissioned and managed by the Independent Evaluation Office of UN Women. The corporate evaluation aimed to assess the relevance, effectiveness and...
The Humanitarian Evaluation and Learning Project (HELP) aimed at enhancing the capacities of the aid actors in order to improve the humanitarian assistance, either through iterative evaluations with mini-seminars – like has been the case in Mali during 2014, or through the establishment of an...
UNFPA’s Gender, Human Rights and Culture Branch (GHRCB) contracted Universalia Management Group to conduct an external, independent mid-term evaluation of UNFPA’s performance on its Organizational Goal 3 on Gender Equality (GE) and on mainstreaming gender across its programs in two phases. Phase...
The Evaluation of Poverty Reduction Strategies (PARSEP) project is supported by the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) and the International Development Research Center (IDRC). It aims to support the national officers who are responsible of monitoring and evaluating the Poverty...
CCPP is a mechanism through which CIDA’s Canadian Partnership Branch has provided funding for partnership activities between Canadian and developing country education and training organizations since 1994. The goal of Phase II is to increase the capacity of developing country education and training...
The West African Capital Market Development Project promotes regional integration, both in terms of infrastructure (by financing regional infrastructure projects) and financial markets, across the eight WEAMU countries. It: (1) contribute to the development of the capital market in the eight...

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