USAID Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning in Senegal Platform

Project dates: 2022-2027

Client type: U.S. Government

Key topics: Learning and Capacity Strengthening, Monitoring, Evaluation, and Research

Related Country(ies): Senegal

Region: Sub-Saharan Africa

Through the USAID Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning in Senegal Platform, the EnCompass team, including our partner Management Systems International (MSI), will work closely to support USAID/Senegal in its performance management and contribute to building a sustainable MEL culture in Senegal through holistic engagement and strengthening of local practitioners and institutions. EnCompass will provide USAID with information to support evidence-based decision-making and adaptive management, engage USAID partners in their efforts to continuously improve, and provide capacity building to local partners and MEL service providers.

The five-year project has four mutually reinforcing components: monitoring, evaluation, learning, and capacity building. EnCompass will provide MEL services to USAID/Senegal’s implementing partners, including several Senegalese organizations and Government-to Government partners, strengthening their internal MEL capacity as needed. EnCompass will also engage local MEL service providers to further expand and enrich the MEL ecosystem in Senegal.

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Photo: Women Learn about Sagal Latrines by ACCES/USAID Senegal

Courtney Carr

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Communications Specialist

Courtney Carr is EnCompass’ Communications Specialist, supporting the internal and external messaging and communications initiatives. She brings her knowledge and skills in writing, social media, video production, event planning and television news and radio production to the position. Before joining EnCompass, Ms. Carr worked at Community Science as a business development coordinator. She received her BA in Broadcast Journalism at Pennsylvania State University and holds a MA in Strategic Communication from American University.

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