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The WFP's People Strategy, which was first approved in 2014, stands as the organization's "blueprint" for reinforcing, retaining and recruitment of its workforce. At the heart of this is the aim of creating a more people-centred WFP which focuses on the welfare and development of its employees with...
Girl Powered Nutrition (GPN) programme, launched in early 2018 and valued at 3.2 million USD, is funded by Nutrition International (NI) and has been designed to influence knowledge, attitudes and behaviours of girls and young women and their communities through a nutrition curriculum to be...
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...
The TDRP is financed by a $30.8 million multi donor trust fund (MDTF), to which there are seven different donor contributions, the largest of which is 72 percent contributed by the AfDB. The TDRP is a four-year program (2009-2013) with the following objectives: Provide technical support for the...
The overall goal of the TEGINT project involved achieving a transformation in the education of girls in two countries in Sub-Saharan Africa, Nigeria and Tanzania, with a focus on the northern regions of both countries. The TEGINT project sought to address critical obstacles in gender, and in...
The overall goal of the TEGINT project involved achieving a transformation in the education of girls in two countries in Sub-Saharan Africa, Nigeria and Tanzania, with a focus on the northern regions of both countries. The TEGINT project sought to address critical obstacles in gender, and in...
The overall goal of the TEGINT project involved achieving a transformation in the education of girls in two countries in Sub-Saharan Africa, Nigeria and Tanzania, with a focus on the northern regions of both countries. The TEGINT project sought to address critical obstacles in gender, and in...
This recent combined outcome/ impact and process evaluation of the Commonwealth’s premier instrument for development cooperation was commenced in early 2007. Universalia has been asked to asses the efficiency and effectiveness of the CFTC. As well, we have been asked to asses the relative degree of...
SAT III is a $31.5 million project whose purpose was to build the capacity of community-based organisations to deliver services for the prevention of HIV infection. Universalia was responsible for the design and implementation of a five-year external performance monitoring and evaluation (M&E)...
CPHA was the agency managing a multi-year CIDA project with the Southern African AIDS Trust (SAT). SAT mutated from a CIDA project to an autonomous NGO, funded by development agencies in Sweden and the Netherlands, as well as Canada. The new funding agencies wanted an evaluation of the HR capacity...

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