The EEA contract enables USAID/KEA to implement studies, including:
- Performance Evaluations
- Impact Evaluations
- Evaluation Case Studies
- Meta Evaluations
- Cross-sector and Multi-country Evaluations.
The scope of services extends to other evaluative studies, baseline, midline and end-line sector assessments and studies, and analyses (public financial management, policy, cost-benefit, effectiveness, political economy, and diagnostic). Strengthening evaluation capacity is core to the contract objectives. Specific activities include providing training, technical assistance, preparation of guidance, handbooks, newsletters, model products, data visualization, and other tools and knowledge products for USAID staff managing and using evaluations. These services and support may include evaluability assessments, planning for, designing and implementing studies and evaluations (including logistics), assistance on evaluation utilization and dissemination, assistance on joint evaluations with other international donors, and in developing post evaluation action plans.
The required expertise is a range of traditional, innovative, and state-of-the-art research designs, methods and analysis using qualitative and quantitative approaches, as well as experimental, quasi experimental and nonexperimental designs. Additional services may include data collection and synthesis, report writing, data visualization, and planning for use and dissemination of evaluation findings among multiple stakeholders, cost benefit analysis, assessments, EAA capacity building, designing and delivering training for adult learners, and evaluating and assessing humanitarian assistance programs.
Review our KEA EEA Contract Profile for more information