See How MSI is Helping USAID's E3 Bureau Generate Evidence to Deliver More Effective Development

Download 2016 Annual Report


The E3 Analytics and Evaluation Project recently began its fourth year providing support to USAID’s Bureau for Economic Growth, Education, and Environment (E3) in designing and carrying out evaluations as well as strengthening project design activities in E3 technical sectors.
The Project’s 2016 Annual Report provides highlights from the 65 activities which the MSI team has worked on in support of nearly every E3 office and other parts of the Agency. These efforts are helping the Agency address issues such as improving literacy, strengthening biodiversity, enhancing natural resource management, and bringing safe water and sanitation to millions.
The Project’s activities represent some of the E3 Bureau’s most challenging and ambitious technical work, and demonstrate the Bureau’s contribution to efforts across diverse sectors and regions. MSI is proud of its collaboration with E3 staff to design and implement best-in-class evaluation and research methodologies that are yielding robust evidence and valuable learning for delivering more effective development.
The Project, which will run through 2018, benefits from the expertise and close collaboration of three distinct implementing organizations: MSI as lead implementer, in partnership with Palladium (formerly Development and Training Services) and NORC at the University of Chicago. The Project features a dynamic and multidisciplinary team raising the bar with respect to generating high-quality evidence by applying the strongest and most appropriate methods to every analytic task required, including: