Projects

Explore I4DI’s project portfolio. Across countries and across sectors, I4DI is dedicated to working together with our clients and local partners to increase the impact of development investments.

Projects

Explore I4DI’s project portfolio. Across countries and across sectors, I4DI is dedicated to working together with our clients and local partners to increase the impact of development investments.

Framework Agreement for Provision of Services- Dutch MFA

Framework Agreement for the provision of services related to Quantitative and Qualitative Effect evaluations between Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the consortium of SEO Economics, Onderzoek, COWI, Institute for Development Impact (I4DI) and EUROPE Ltd. I4DI is responsible for provision of services related to effect evaluation for the Dutch

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Leader with Associates Outcome Evaluation- Counterpart International

I4DI designed a participatory ex-post outcome evaluation to harvest the outcomes and review impact of all projects involved in Counterpart International’s USAID-funded Leader with Associates (LWA) Civil Society Strengthening in order to generate evidence of results and lessons learned. The study involved a comparative analysis based on a document review

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Organizational Learning Agenda and CLA Approach- Counterpart International

I4DI utilized the newly developed organizational Theory of Change (TOC) to further strengthen Counterpart’s capabilities by developing an accompanying Learning Agenda/Collaborating, Learning and Adapting Framework. Additional iterations of the organizational Theory of Change and development of communications materials were used across the global organization to educate on the TOC and

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Knowledge Management Diagnostic- Counterpart International

I4DI built upon Knowledge Management Asset activities initiated in previous tasks orders, aiming at assisting Counterpart in addressing existing knowledge management asset gaps. I4DI expanded the knowledge asset activities from Task Order #2 to include all departments with responsibilities and needs for program data. Assessment was conducted to catalogue assets

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Institutional MEL Capacity Assessment- Counterpart International

I4DI prepared and conducted a series of knowledge asset mapping key informant interviews with Counterpart International staff, aiming at assisting the I4DI in better understanding Counterpart’s existing knowledge management asset landscape, in particular: 1) Knowledge assets, their type and management responsibilities; 2) How are knowledge assets managed, tactically stored and

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Business Process Mapping – Counterpart International

I4DI incorporated a consultant Technical Advisor into its team of experts to further support and improve Counterpart’s knowledge management efforts, specifically contributing to socialization of the new organizational ToC, learning agenda and CLA Approach, and knowledge asset mapping work. The main output was working closely with staff from business development,

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Theory of Change Development- Counterpart International

I4DI facilitated a Theory of Change design workshop to evolve the existing organizational theory of change. Through engagement with a broad representation of programming staff and leadership from HQ, we used deductive and inductive approaches to articulate and triangulate the components of a new theory of change over several months

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CARING Gold Mining Project: Convening Stakeholders to Develop and Implement Strategies to Reduce Child Labor and Improve Working Conditions in Artisanal and Small-Scale Gold Mining (ASGM)

This project was focused on convening stakeholders to develop and implement strategies to reduce child labor and improve working conditions in Artisanal and Small-Scale Gold Mining (ASGM) in Ghana and Philippines. It’s immediate objectives are focused on strengthening implementation of laws, policies, and action plans to address child labor and

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