Through the USAID Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning (MEL) in El Salvador activity, the EnCompass team is working to enhance USAID’s regional MEL capacity and evidence base to guide activity design; facilitate learning and adaptive management for USAID and its partners; and contribute to achieving the goals and objectives of the bilateral Country Development Cooperation Strategies (CDCSs), Regional Development Cooperation Strategy (RDCS), and the U. S. government’s interagency Root Causes Strategy (RCS) and Collaborative Migration Management Strategy (CMMS). Each of these strategies shares the goal of reducing irregular migration in the Northern Triangle region.
EnCompass leads this 5-year contract with support from our partner, Management Systems International (MSI). Together, this team supports performance monitoring, impact evaluation, knowledge management and learning, as well as geographic information systems (GIS) and urban hub coordination. The work conducted under this contract helps USAID to better measure and understand the effectiveness and impact of its work in reducing irregular migration in the region.
Learn more about the project and MEL activity support areas here:
The Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning platform is currently recruiting for the following:
- Call for CVs – Monitoring, Evaluation, Learning Research Consultants and Subject Matter Experts
- General Call for CVs for Local Gender and Social Inclusion Consultants
- General Call for CVs for Statisticians and Data Collectors Consultants with experience in evaluation, research and assessments
- SCOPE OF WORK: Enumerators for Ex-post-performance Evaluation of USAID/BHA Central America Livelihoods Portfolio in El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras
The Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning platform is currently seeking offers for the following:
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