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We work to strengthen health systems and global health security, including the fight against global pandemics and to eliminate neglected tropical diseases. We work with global health organisations as a partner and critical friend, so that they can improve their impact and outcomes of their programmes.

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Impact Evaluation of ARCAN Training Programmes

Itad conducted the impact evaluation of the African Regional Capacity Building Network for HIV/AIDS Prevention, Treatment and...


Evaluation of DFID’s Country Programmes: Ethiopia 2003­ – 2008

The Country Programme Evaluation (CPE) for Ethiopia assessed the relevance, effectiveness and efficiency of the Department of...


Evaluation of the Norwegian HIV/AIDS Responses in African Countries: Ethiopia, Malawi, Tanzania

Itad led a consortium which evaluated Norwegian support to African countries in the field of HIV/AIDS over the period 2000-2006.


Evaluation of DFID Country Programmes Country Study: Kenya

This evaluation of DFID’s Kenya country programme is one of a series of regular Country Programme Evaluations (CPEs)...


Third Mid-Term Plan on HIV/AIDS (MTPIII) for NAC Namibia

Itad adopted an innovative approach to this study, to provide insights into the performance of the National AIDS Council for...


Global Evaluation for the International HIV/AIDS Alliance

Itad led an evaluation on the International HIV/AIDS Alliance, for interested donors to inform their decisions about possible...


Evaluation of WHO-DFID Partnership

Itad was contracted by DFID to undertake the evaluation of WHO-DFID partnership. The evaluation assessed the causal linkages...


Review of the Ereto – Ngorongoro Pastoralist Project (Ereto-NPP)

Itad was contracted to undertake a set of interlinked studies on the lessons and issues emerging from the first 5 years of the...


First and Second Independent Evaluation of UNAIDS

Itad led the 1st evaluation of UNAIDS, with the Netherlands Royal Tropical Institute, staff at the London School of Hygiene &...