Monitoring and Evaluation
SEEK conducts large-scale organizational reviews and programmatic evaluations to help organizations improve their overall performance by helping them set up systems to continuously assess the efficiency and effectiveness of their programs. Our goal with each evaluation is to contribute to organizational learning while improving structures, financing models, and program portfolios. We use a variety of methods, including key informant interviews, focal-group discussions, surveys, tracer studies, quantitative analysis, and field visits. We also design monitoring and evaluation frameworks to help our clients track their own effectiveness, along with creating tailored theories of change.
We believe it is important to share the learnings from evaluation efforts, especially when they can be of benefit in developing country settings. To this end we also conduct workshops and publish findings, where possible, to share best practices and the practical implications of our work.
Clients for our Monitoring and Evaluation services have included the Africa Progress Panel, the Partnership for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health, FP2020, UNITAID, the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, Bread for the World, the German agency for international development cooperation (GIZ), the UN Global Compact, the Affordable Medicines Facility-malaria (AMFm), and the Clinton Health Access Initiative.