Prime Contracts

Monitoring, Evaluation, Research and Learning (MERL)

Monitoring, Evaluation, Research and Learning (MERL) for the USAID/South Africa Bilateral Health Office. Through the MERL task order (TO), Panagora is leading a 5-year activity to support USAID/South Africa’s Bilateral Office of Health to maximize results under the Country Development Cooperation Strategy (CDCS) health development objective.

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Collaborating, Learning, and Adapting for Improved Health (CLAimHealth) Activity for USAID/Philippines

As a prime contractor, Panagora provides technical support for monitoring, evaluation, and learning to USAID/Philippines’ Health Project to improve health for underserved Filipinos. Panagora is formulating health, gender integration, and institutionalization/sustainability indicators; recommending geographic areas for family planning and maternal/child health coverage; undertaking baseline data collection and ongoing

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USAID/Dominican Republic

Panagora is leading a five-year task order to provide monitoring, evaluation, and learning services for USAID/Dominican Republic. In conjunction with EVAL-ME and local partners, we are providing evaluation, knowledge sharing, and adaptive management support to USAID’s portfolio addressing education, at-risk youth, citizen security, and climate change objectives. Engagement and capacity building of local partners and consultants is a key task order objective.

USAID/Uganda Systems for Treating AIDS Nationally (SUSTAIN)

Panagora is conducting a performance evaluation of the USAID/Uganda Systems for Treating AIDS Nationally (SUSTAIN) activity. Panagora’s team will examine the activity’s effect on gradual shifting to the Government of Uganda full management of the HIV/AIDS health services program. To achieve this, the evaluation team will conduct document reviews, develop data collection instruments, conduct key informant interviews and focus group discussions, and analyze data including network and contribution analyses. Key findings will be presented as lessons learned/best practices to inform future PEPFAR and USAID HIV/AIDS programming for Uganda.