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Monitoring systems

We are adept at establishing monitoring systems that enable clients to generate evidence and learning in support of decision making. Our utilisation-focused approach leads to solutions that are fit for purpose and add real value, whether it be for project, programme, portfolio or at an organisational level.

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Adaptive programming for global health security programmes

Lessons from the Public Health England International Health Regulations Strengthening Project


Recovering better from COVID-19: Lessons from WASH and protracted crises

Globally, people living in protracted crises represent the ‘last mile’ in terms of reaching the SDGs — they are the most...


Global Evaluation of UNICEF’s WASH Programming in Protracted Crises, 2014–19

This Global Evaluation of UNICEF’s WASH Programming in Protracted Crisis (WiPC) is the first UNICEF global thematic...


Designing effective verification systems for Payment by Results contracts

New series of publications shares practical guidance for third-party verification services based on learning from the WASH...


Data collection and analysis partner in India and Bangladesh

Target 8.7 of the Sustainable Development Goals calls for effective measures to end forced labour, modern slavery and human...


Support for the development of Theories of Change for Gavi Investments

The Gavi Alliance (Gavi) is a unique organisation that aligns public and private resources in a global effort to create...


Stamping out slavery in Nigeria – MEL Unit

Historically, Nigeria has been seen as a country of origin, transit and destination for human trafficking. Edo State has been...

tanzania market

Learning Partner for the Financial Sector Deepening Trust, Tanzania

The Financial Sector Deepening Trust in Tanzania (FSDT) adopts a market development approach towards addressing systemic...


MEL unit for CSSF Middle East

The Conflict Stability and Security Fund (CSSF) in the Middle East operates in one of the most complicated conflict-affected...


Global Evaluation of UNICEF’s Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Programming in Protracted Crises, 2014-2019 

The average humanitarian crisis, which requires a UN-coordinated response, lasts more than nine years. Vulnerability in such...


How should donors manage adaptively? Market Systems Development as a case study.

Itad has recently completed a strategic evaluation for Sida to help them work through how they can best manage programmes that...


Learning how to create a culture of learning

When we evaluated how the Norwegian Aid Administration practised Results-Based Management (RBM) earlier this year, one of our...


Monitoring, evaluation and research services to DFID’s Global Mine Action Programme 2 (2018-2021)

The Global Mine Action Programme 2 (GMAP2) continues DFID’s work of reducing the humanitarian and development impact of...

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MEL Partner for CSSF Eastern Africa (2015-2021)

The Conflict, Stability and Security Fund (CSSF) supports the UK Government’s work in addressing conflict and fragility...


The power of parsimony: why less might be more when it comes to grantee reporting

Itad's Laura Hopkins and Rob Lloyd identify three key ways in which funders and grantees can work together to reorient the...


Tracking and measuring resilience in large programmes: lessons from BRACED

This paper shares insights on designing and implementing monitoring, evaluation and learning systems as well as generating...