Established in 2001 operating from Tasmania, Australia, IMI has conducted M&E and value for money assignments worldwide. We share below some of the assignments the team at Impact Management International have been responsible for. The examples below are just some of our recent work and not everything IMI has done over the last 20 years.
Australia Pacific Training Coalition Build an value money approach for APTC contracted under Project Partnership . Feb 2020 - ongoing
Planning Monitoring and Evaluation Academy A significant assignment was establishing an online “Certificate of Competence Course in Monitoring and Evaluation" for the Planning Monitoring and Evaluation Academy and manage assignments, assessments and support for registered students. Viewable here: PME Academy Funded by PME. Ongoing from October 2015.
Ministry of Health, Solomon Islands Develop and implement a Management Information System including value for money assessment the for Rural Water and Sanitation for the Government of Solomon Islands, Ministry of Health. Funded by the EU. Start date August 2016 with completion expected July 2020.
Ministry of Public Service, Solomon Islands Advise the Government of Solomon Islands on Government wide reporting and value for money approaches 2015.
Ministry of Health, Papua New Guinea Establish and manage the M&E component of RWSSP that provided water and sanitation facilities to 732 rural villages across 17 provinces. The assignment involved the design of the M&E system; managing the M&E team; data collection; data recording; data analysis; reporting; conducting the mid-term review, and production of the final programme impact. 2008 – 2013.
World Meteorological Organisation, Switzerland Designed a complete monitoring system, training all staff, developing the data recording and reporting systems, publishing the full documentation, testing the system and production of the first set of reports. The system reports on all WMO activities worldwide and the services provided by the National Meteorological Organisation in all member countries. 2011 - 2012.
Global Water Partnership, Sweden Develop an M&E framework and value for money approach to guide and measure the work of GWP. 2013.
PROSHIKA, Bangladesh Develop the institutional capacity of IMEC to enable improved evaluation, monitoring and impact measurement of the work of PROSHIKA, at that time, the second largest NGO in Bangladesh. This included setting up a full department for M&E and developing systems and building staff capacity. Numerous research studies were carried out and commissioned. 2001 – 2003.
Ministry of Women Development, Pakistan Develop an M&E framework for the Ministry of Women Development. 2009.
National Aids Council Secretariat, Papua New Guinea Produce an M&E framework, for NACS, where all stakeholders worked with the consultant team to agree on the national framework and next actions required. 2007.
Water Resources Demand Assistance Project, China Develop M&E systems for the Ministry of Water Resources. 2005 – 2006.
Ockenden International, Cambodia Develop the M&E framework and Capacity building for Ockenden and partner staff in M&E techniques, involving training and mentoring on M&E. Funded by Ockenden. 2005.
Ministry of Local Government, Botswana Develop an M&E framework and action plan for the development of an integrated M&E system for the Ministry of Local Government. 2008.
Heinrich Boell Foundation, Thailand Develop skills in M&E for the regional directors and senior management of the Heinrich Boell Foundation. 2007.
Land and Surveys Commission, Guyana Development of a fully operational MIS system for the Guyana Land and Surveys Commission. 2002.
BARD, RDA and NILG, Bangladesh Development of strategic plans for RDA/BARD and NILG, three major government research and training institutes. The assignment involved leading a consultant team working with staff of each institute to undertake a situation analysis; benchmarking; mission and vision statements; and setting strategic objectives. 2010.
National Environment Management Authority, Kenya Produce the first strategic plan for the newly formed NEMA. The assignment involved producing a comprehensive strategic plan for NEMA, 2005 to 2010, that was fully costed with indicators and objectives at each level. Being a new organisation, a considerable number of high level workshops and meetings were facilitated to ensure that all stakeholders were included as part of the planning process. 2004.
Economic Empowerment of the Poorest Project, Bangladesh Produce a new logical framework using the revised DDFID format, and update indicators and milestones. 2009
China River Basin Management Programme, China With stakeholders, develop a logical framework for the EU-China River Basin Management Programme. 2007.
IRRI, Bangladesh Assisting BIRRI/IRRI project partners to produce logical frameworks for projects funded by DFID under the International Rice Research Institute. 2002.
Community Development for Shell Petroleum, Nigeria Develop skills of community development staff of SPDC and design Community Development Initiatives. 2006.
Ministry of Agriculture, Bangladesh Develop a comprehensive study to determine the agricultural manpower needs for Bangladesh from 2004 to 2008. 2003.
JICA, Japan Develop project management systems JICA funded Japanese development organisations. Funded by JICA. 2001.
RDRS, Bangladesh Complete an organisational assessment of RDRS, a large NGO, to identify management constraints and issues for the board and executive to address. 2000.
Bangladesh Rural Livelihoods and Farm Power Assist organisations submitting research proposals for funding under REFPI to produce a logical framework. 2000.
Design a M&E Framework and M&E Strategy for the World Meteorological Office
Build an online dashboard for RWASH reporting for the Ministy of Health in Solomon Islands
M&E Online Course
Establish an online “Certificate of Competence Course for M&E in International Development" for the PME Academy
Theory of Change
Train NGOs and Government Ministries in the Theory of Change in Turkey
Design and implement CAPI surveys in Solomon Islands for the Ministry of Health
Design and manage surveys for the Ministry of Local Government in Botswana
Conduct international courses in Monitoring and Evaluation in Bangkok, London, Sydney and loads of other places.
Organise and manage the Asia Pacific M&E Forum in Bangkok
Design the M&E system for the Ministry of Water Resources in China and for many others.
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