We apply rigorous Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning (MEL) methods to support decision-makers in making evidence-based decisions. Whether it's conducting performance evaluations to improve program operations, learning from past experiences, assessing program design, developing and monitoring indicators, or measuring the impact of interventions, we provide robust evidence using a mixed-method approach. 


Effective monitoring of programs involves the establishment of a comprehensive set of indicators that span the entire program value chain, from inputs to activities to products to results to impact

These indicators are crafted to be both feasible to obtain reliable data and easy to interpret. Each indicator is accompanied by a detailed technical description, providing clarity and precision for those familiar with the program's intricacies. 

Indicators are integrated into a Management Dashboard accessible to leadership, managers, and sponsors, offering visibility into program performance and accountability. 

By tracking these indicators, organizations can monitor progress, identify areas for improvement, and ensure alignment with program objectives, ultimately enhancing program effectiveness and impact.


The value of an evaluation is in its use. Program evaluations are multifaceted endeavors, with the choice of evaluation method depending on the key questions to be addressed and the available resources for the evaluation.

Evaluations may focus on the relevance of a program's design through a solid analysis of its theory of change or examine the performance of specific program components along its value chain. They can aim to measure achieved outputs and outcomes resulting from the intervention value chain

Moreover, evaluations may also explore the intended and unintended impacts of the intervention, shedding light on its overall effectiveness. The cost-effectiveness of an intervention can also be measured. Conclusions drawn from evaluations are evidence-based, integrating insights from mixed methods to ensure robust quantitative and qualitative findings, as well as lessons learned. 

Furthermore, actionable recommendations are formulated with a constructive tone, aimed at informing program improvements, fostering continuous learning and adaptation, and sometimes, for accountability purposes before donors and constituents.


Learning studies can utilize research techniques such as case studies, observational studies, and desk reviews, offering organizations a structured approach to extract valuable insights and identify lessons learned from their activities. 

By closely examining specific cases or projects within their operational context, organizations can delve into the intricacies of each situation, analyzing factors that contributed to success or failure. These methods allow for a comprehensive exploration of program implementation, challenges, and achievements. 

Additionally, employing participatory methods in learning studies ensures engagement and ownership from stakeholders, enriching the learning process. Through rigorous examination of these cases and employing diverse methodologies, organizations can identify patterns, best practices, and areas for continuos improvement.