News & Updates

Panagora Only Small Business to Place in Top 25 of USAID’s CLA Case Competition

To tackle unacceptably low literacy and rising HIV infections, the Government of Uganda (GoU)
embraced an innovative strategy that integrates mother tongue reading instruction through the third
grade with health and HIV/AIDS education in primary and secondary schools. This is part of Uganda’s
effort to combat HIV/AIDS multi-sectorally, in this case marrying the fight against HIV/AIDS with its
goal of dramatically improving literacy.

To read our CLA Case Competition, click here.

Announcing Prime Contract Award: Monitoring and Evaluation IDIQ (EVAL ME)

Panagora is delighted to announce that we have been awarded a prime contract under USAID’s total small business set-aside to provide monitoring and evaluation services through the EVAL ME IDIQ under the Office of Learning, Evaluation, and Research in USAID’s Bureau for Policy, Planning and Learning (PPL/LER).

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SBAIC’s “Working Together to Achieve USAID’s Small Business Targets and Achieve Good Development” Panel

President and CEO of Panagora Group, Betsy Bassan, led the SBAIC panel at USAID’s M Bureau on Partners Day on March 3, 2015. In the panel, titled “Working Together to Achieve USAID’s Small Business Targets and Achieve Good Development,” we shared SBAIC views on USAID’s efforts to meet its small business goals.

Better Health Outcomes Through Integration; Better Project Outcomes Through Learning and Adaptation

To tackle unacceptably low literacy rates and rising new HIV infections, the Government of Uganda has embraced an innovative strategy that integrates mother tongue reading instruction through the third grade with health and HIV/AIDS education in primary and secondary schools.

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Leveraging Private Sector Resources to Support Integrated Health Service Delivery in Burundi

So much news! Check back soon for an updated website. In the meantime, we want to share some news and recent achievements!

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Panagora Helps Build Capacity of 26 Bangladeshi NGOs

SSFP helps its 26 network NGOs build their organizational capacity through targeted training and support.

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Panagora’s President Speaks on Knowledge Management at George Washington University

Ms. Bassan, Panagora’s President and CEO was a guest speaker on at the Knowledge Sharing and Management in International Development spring seminar series sponsored by the George Washington University’s International Education and Educational Technology Leadership Programs, aimed at exposing students to the growing importance of knowledge management in development.

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