Ghana, Nigeria, Kenya, Ethiopia
Data collection, evaluation design, instrument design (qualitative), performance evaluation, quantitative data analysis, qualitative data analysis
Limestone staff, as part of the LEAP III consortium, were part of an international team tasked with evaluating the performance of the Power Africa Transactions and Reforms Program (PATRP). The program was characterized by a transaction-focused approach to improving the accessibility of electricity in Sub-Saharan Africa. Implemented by Tetra Tech between 2014 and 2019, PATRP worked to:
Limestone staff led the development of qualitative data instruments and led the quantitative analysis of the performance indicators tracked by the program. Limestone staff were part of the team that travelled to Ghana, Nigeria, Kenya and Ethiopia to interview stakeholders from the public and private sectors of each country, as well as Power Africa staff. The team presented their findings in an out-brief presentation in Pretoria, in October 2019. The full report with findings, next steps, and recommendations is forthcoming in early 2020.
IGATE-T (Improving Gender Attitudes, Transition and Education Outcomes) is a @WorldVision led initiative that supports marginalized girls' education across rural Zimbabwe. Read more about Limestone’s work as the External Evaluator for IGATE-T. #IGATE
As one part of the Ghana Priorities Project, the @Copenhagen_CC is conducting research to determine the smartest ways to reduce these mortality rates.