Mid-Term Evaluation of Umoyo Network
USAID/Malawi commissioned a mid-term evaluation of Save the Children’s Capacity Building for Quality HIV/AIDS Services (the Umoyo Network), along with its partners ADRA, AED and JHPIEGO, to assess the progress of Umoyo Network towards achieving the results outlined in their workplan and to decide whether or not to exercise the option to extend the project into a third year.
Initiatives provided technical assistance via a three-person evaluation team with expertise in the areas of HIV/AIDS, capacity building, and program evaluation. The team spent three weeks in-country meeting with the Umoyo Network administration, its NGO members, and other stakeholders. Initiatives’ Mid-Term Evaluation Report addressed Mission objectives with particular attention paid to local and international standards, impact on the NGO network members, sustainability, service coverage area, grants management, coordination and cooperation among Save the Children and its partners, and any delays in performance.
Project: Ghana Quality Health Partners (QHP)
Partners: ADRA, AED, JHPIEGO
Dates: April-June 2005