Subcontracts

USAID Performance and Impact Evaluation (P&IE)

On the USAID Performance and Impact Evaluation (P&IE) contract to assess the School Health and Reading Program in Uganda, Panagora provides third-party, parallel monitoring support and feedback throughout implementation of the program to inform timely program adjustment. We are conducting the mid-term and final performance evaluations to assess program effectiveness and impact on student learning. (NORC, prime contractor)

Project Center Software

Panagora partners with a technology company, Newdea, to advance the use of its best-in-class cloud-based Project Center software. This software manages all planning, financial, and performance data and associated rich media, providing a collaborative platform for better teamwork, learning, knowledge exchange, and oversight. Its automated reports and dashboard allow users to monitor their performance in real-time, aggregating information at the project, geographic, sectoral, or organizational level.

USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program – Procurement and Supply Management project

The USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program – Procurement and Supply Management (GHSC-PSM) project is procuring and delivering health commodities, strengthening in-country supply chain systems, and fostering collaboration among supply chain stakeholders worldwide. Panagora is spearheading knowledge management and communications centrally and for country-level programs, and supporting advocacy and knowledge sharing under the Global Community component. (Chemonics International, prime contractor)

USAID Uganda P&IE

Panagora leads the collaborating, learning, and adapting (CLA) activities on the USAID Uganda P&IE contract, which is one of USAID/Uganda’s pioneering CLA efforts. Panagora manages systematic assessment of performance to inform program adaptation; planned and implements a system of third party information collection and feedback to the reading project leadership; and helps manage results dissemination workshops that promote reflections on findings and discussion of adaptations. (NORC, prime contractor)

USAID/Ukraine’s Strengthening TB Control

For the USAID/Ukraine’s Strengthening TB Control project, Panagora researched international best practices in web-based TB training and information management; guided formative research on user needs; and designed a detailed approach for creating and managing a resource center and community of practice. Panagora also drafted terms of reference for an IT company to build the resource center. Responsibility for the center and assets will be transferred to a local stakeholder under our build-operate-transfer approach. (Chemonics International, prime contractor)

Department of State M&E Support – INL WHP

As a subcontractor to Dexis Consulting, Panagora provides performance monitoring, data collection, analysis and overall M&E support with in-country M&E Specialists in the Dominican Republic and Haiti. The M&E support services delivered to the Department of State, International Narcotic and Law Enforcement Division, Western Hemisphere Programs (DOS-INL-WHP), contribute to establish a systematic M&E process that aims to measure success with a series of highly effective performance measures based on strategic goals to achieve compliance with the Foreign Aid Transparency and Accountability Act of 2016 (FATAA). The performance measure design and implementation, data management support, sustainability and training activities will focus on the five strategic areas of transnational crime, counternarcotics, criminal justice, corrections, and border security.

USAID Regional Health Integration to Enhance Services in North Acholi Uganda Activity (RHITES-N. Acholi)

As a subcontractor to University Research Co. (URC), Panagora leads knowledge management and learning, organizational development, private sector engagement, and provides integral support in behavior change communications and youth engagement for USAID Regional Health Integration to Enhance Services in North Acholi Uganda Activity (RHITES-N. Acholi). With long-term in-country staff, we are conducting a stakeholder network analysis and developing and implementing a contract life cycle learning plan, that includes documentation and dissemination of best practices and ongoing continuous collaboration, learning, and adapting activities. Through capacity self-assessments and participatory methods, we build capacity and develop leadership of Ugandan district health management teams to better manage health systems in the Acholi region.