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DRG LEARNING, EVALUATION, AND

RESEARCH II (DRG-LER II) ACTIVITY:

NORC FY2021 QUARTER I PROGRESS

REPORT

OCTOBER 1 – DECEMBER 31, 2020

Contract No. GS-10F-0033M / Order No. 7200AA18M00016

JANUARY 29, 2021

This publication was produced for review by the United States Agency for International Development. It was

prepared by NORC at the University of Chicago. The authors’ views expressed in this publication do not

necessarily reflect the views of the United States Agency for International Development or the United States

Government.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

ACRONYMS ....................................................................................................................................................................... ii

INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................................................................ 1

Tasking N001: Basic Management Functions .............................................................................................................. 2

Tasking N008: USAID Gender-based Violence Learning Agenda .......................................................................... 2

Tasking N009: DRG Measurement II ............................................................................................................................ 3

Tasking N016, Libya C-TIP Smuggling & Governance .............................................................................................. 4

Tasking N018: DRG-LER II Dissemination .................................................................................................................. 5

Tasking N020: Harvest of USAID DRG Learning ...................................................................................................... 6

Tasking N021: Theories of Change Inventory ............................................................................................................ 7

Tasking N023: Part-Time Researchers ......................................................................................................................... 8

Tasking N025: PE of USAID/Morocco’s Civil Society Strengthening Program (CSSP)................................... 10

Tasking N027: Peru Transparent Accountable Public Investment Impact Evaluation (IE) ............................. 11

Tasking N029: Health and Human Services - USAID Data Sharing..................................................................... 12

Tasking N031: Novametrics Asia C-TIP and Counter Violent Extremism Analysis ....................................... 13

Tasking N033: 3ie Evidence Gap Maps ....................................................................................................................... 15

Tasking N034: China and Sub Saharan Africa Democratic Norms and Values ................................................ 17

Tasking N035: Political Economy Analysis Literature Reviews ............................................................................ 18

Tasking N036: Rule of Law Achievements Review.................................................................................................. 19

Tasking N037: Social and Behavioral Change Field Guide ..................................................................................... 20

Tasking N038: Learning Agenda ................................................................................................................................... 21

Tasking N039: COVID-19 and Governance Impact Evaluation: Mali .................................................................. 22

Tasking N040: Georgia ACCESS Performance Evaluation .................................................................................... 23

Tasking N041: USAID Policy on Promoting the Rights of Indigenous Peoples ................................................ 24

Tasking N043: Mali Reintegration / Reconciliation IE Design ............................................................................... 25

FINANCIAL REPORTING ............................................................................................................................................ 27

DEVELOPMENT EXPERIENCE CLEARINGHOUSE UPLOAD COMPENDIUM ........................................... 28

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ACRONYMS

3ie International Initiative for Impact Evaluations

COR Contracting Officer Representative

COVID-19 Coronavirus Disease-2019

CSAT Civil Society Assessment Tool

CSSP Civil Society Strengthening Program

C-TIP Counter-trafficking in persons

CVE Countering violent extremism

DCHA Democracy, Conflict and Humanitarian Assistance

DEC Development Experience Clearinghouse

DRG Democracy, Human Rights, and Governance

DRG-LER II DRG Learning, Evaluation, and Research II

E&E Europe and Eurasia

EGM Evidence gap map

GBV Gender-based violence

HHS U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

HR Human rights

IE Impact evaluation

IM Independent media

JSR Journey to Self-Reliance

LAC Latin America and the Caribbean

MENA Middle East and North Africa

NORC NORC at the University of Chicago

PE Performance evaluation

PEA Political economy analysis

PII Personally identifiable information

RoL Rule of Law

SBU Sensitive but Unclassified

SI Social Impact

SME Subject matter expert

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SSA Sub Saharan Africa

TAPI Transparent Accountable Public Investment

TIP Trafficking in persons

USAID United States Agency for International Development

USG United States Government

V-Dem Varieties of Democracy

VE Violent extremism

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INTRODUCTION

USAID’s Democracy, Human Rights, and Governance (DRG) Center contracted with NORC at the

University of Chicago (NORC) to implement the DRG Learning, Evaluation, and Research II Activity

(DRG-LER II). Assisting NORC on this project are consortium subcontracting partners Duke University,

Innovations for Poverty Action (IPA), International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie), ME&A, National

Conferencing (dba Federal Conference), Social Impact (SI), and the University of Pittsburgh.

Through the DRG-LER II, NORC provides services to advance learning activities in the DRG foreign

assistance sector and critical data on the impact of DRG activities in the field to assist with decision

making. DRG-LER II builds on the work of DRG-LER I implemented by NORC and SI under separate

prime contracts with USAID to support the design and implementation of rigorous evaluations, provide

analyses, and conduct other research within USAID’s contracting and program rules and procedures. It

also allows for more substantial involvement and collaboration between DRG Center staff and

academics, resulting in better learning opportunities and internal USAID staff capacity building.

The objectives of DRG-LER II include: (1) providing U.S. Government and other stakeholders with

timely, reliable evidence on impact and costs, as needed, for decision making about DRG foreign

assistance intervention expansion and scale up or elimination/scale back; and (2) contributing to the

knowledge base of what works and does not work in the DRG sector. This contract includes (1) impact

evaluations (IE); (2) performance evaluations (PE), survey research, and qualitative case study research;

(3) auxiliary studies; (4) learning agenda development for missions; and (5) utilization and dissemination.

Implementation occurs in selected countries, with no specific regional focus, including in complex and

multi-country environments as dictated by the evaluation agenda defined by USAID’s Democracy,

Conflict, and Humanitarian Assistance (DCHA) Bureau.

NORC’s FY2021 Quarter I Progress Report for USAID DRG-LER II describes progress made between

October 1 and December 31, 2021. During this period, NORC reports on 21 active Taskings (including

management), which are described below. Each tasking is divided into three subsections: Update on all

Evaluations, Research and Study Tasks; Major Accomplishments and Challenges of the Past Quarter; and

Issues that Need to be Resolved.

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TASKING N001: BASIC MANAGEMENT FUNCTIONS

Begin Date: 8/2018

End Date: 8/2023

Approved Budget: N/A

Team Members: Jeffrey Telgarsky (Chief of Party), Renée Hendley (Project Manager), May

Noureddine (Middle Level Evaluation Expert), and Matthew Parry (Senior Level Evaluation Expert)

Tasking Description:

This tasking covers basic management-related functions such as attending general meetings with, and

reporting to, USAID; preparing status reports, quarterly performance reports, financial reports, annual

reports, pipelines and accruals, and annual work plans; discussing preliminary development for tasking

activities; invoicing and financial management; submitting small business subcontracting reports; and

handling other general management tasks.

Update on Evaluations, Research, and Study Tasks:

NORC participated in the following management tasks this quarter; prepared weekly tasking status

updates followed by weekly phone calls (and sometimes more frequently as needs arose) with COR

Brandy Witthoft to discuss progress on each tasking; met by phone for monthly status meetings with

the COR and Learning team on October 9, 2020, November 18, 2020, and December 16, 2020;

prepared accruals and pipeline updates and incremental funding request; and shared at the beginning of

each month a cumulative list of deliverables uploaded onto the DEC.

Major Accomplishments and Challenges of Past Quarter:

NORC submitted the FY2020 Annual 2 Report on November 3, 3030 and, following COR approval,

uploaded it to the Development Experience Clearinghouse (DEC) on December 1, 2020.

Major Issues that Need to Be Resolved:

None.

TASKING N008: USAID GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE LEARNING

AGENDA

Begin Date: 11/2018

End Date: 12/2020

Approved Budget: $601,381

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Team Members: Lorena Alcazar (SME), Jennifer Schulte (SME), Andrew Friedman (SME), Angela Hattery

(SME), Assata Zerai (SME), Dani Poole (SME), Judith-Ann Walker (SME), Seloua Zerhouni (SME), Audra

Grant (Task Manager - Senior Evaluation Expert), and Letitia Onyango (Evaluation Expert)

Tasking Description:

The objective of this tasking is to synthesize evidence about the various contextual factors influencing

Gender-based Violence (GBV), and the practices that can be applied to address GBV in various

contexts. To fully understand the universe of political, social, historical, and economic variables that

influence the emergence and prevalence of GBV, NORC is developing a series of scholarly literature

reviews around 11 core questions related to GBV. The literature reviews look to existing rigorous,

peer-reviewed research in both the academic and gray literature, and focus on research questions from

five USAID offices: DCHA / DRG; DCHA Women Peace and Security; USAID’s Bureau for Economic

Growth, Education and Environment, Office of Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment

(E3/GenDev); the Africa Bureau Education Office; and the Middle East Bureau Democracy, Governance,

Peace and Security (DGPS) Office.

Update on Evaluations, Research, and Study Tasks:

Based on USAID feedback and comment, NORC is finalizing paper 11: Gender Based Violence as a Barrier

to Women’s Political Empowerment in Libya, which is the final literature review on this tasking. NORC is

also reviewing the two-page summaries to make sure they are consistent with the changes in the larger

papers.

Major Accomplishments and Challenges of Past Quarter:

After receiving COR approval on December 21, 2020, NORC uploaded a 508-compliant version of

Angela Hattery’s paper, “The Effectiveness of One-Stop GBV Resource Centers” to the Development

Experience Clearinghouse (DEC)..

Major Issues that Need to Be Resolved:

None.

TASKING N009: DRG MEASUREMENT II

Begin Date: 12/2018

End Date: 08/2023

Approved Budget: $300,000

Team Member: Renée Hendley (Project Manager), D-Arch (subcontractor)

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Tasking Description:

The objective of this tasking is to develop specific products using Varieties of Democracy Institute (V-

Dem) data to help support data-driven strategy, and programming development in the DRG sector

related to USAID’s policy priority of helping countries on their Journey to Self-Reliance (JSR). Such

products and services include: index construction; hypothesis testing using multivariate statistical

models; statistical modeling based on social science theory; and academic literature on democracy,

human rights, and governance. This tasking is a follow-on to USAID’s Democracy, Human Rights and

Governance (DRG) Measurement I tasking issued under DRG-LER I to use the V-Dem cross-national

datasets to produce a variety of analytical products, including a menu of standard USAID/DRG reports;

standard country data portraits; customized sector and/or country data portraits; research papers;

online tools; new and disaggregated indicators and/or new indices; and written, online, and in-person

training with USAID staff.

Update on Evaluations, Research, and Study Tasks:

During this quarter, subcontractor Democracy Arch (D-Arch) initiated two research papers identified as

high-priority by USAID during the selection process last quarter: (1) autocratic donors and (2) e-

governance. For the autocratic donors paper, D-Arch identified a lead author; however, due to prior

commitments, he will not be able to initiate work until April 2021. For the e-governance paper, the

identified lead co-authors reviewed the concept note with USAID and will submit the first draft on

March 1, 2021.

The team also made significant progress regarding the V-Dem tutorial videos this quarter, preparing and

reviewing several iterations of a concept note with USAID, and participating in a phone call with USAID

to discuss potential video topics and prioritization. A draft script for the first video is being prepared

and will be submitted to USAID for review by February 1, 2021

Major Accomplishments and Challenges of Past Quarter:

The primary accomplishments this quarter have been preparing and circulating concept notes for the e-

governance paper, and for the online tutorial videos. The primary challenge was adjusting the timeline

for the autocratic donors paper to accommodate the lead author’s schedule, as noted above. This

challenge was resolved in consultation with USAID and NORC, who agreed to delay this paper.

Major Issues that Need to Be Resolved:

None.

TASKING N016, LIBYA C-TIP SMUGGLING & GOVERNANCE

Begin Date: 6/2019

End Date: 6/2020

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Approved Budget: $97,172

Team Members: Audra Grant (Senior Evaluation Expert), Jean-Louis Romanet Perroux (Senior Level

Evaluation Expert), and Mohamed Elmagbri (Junior Level Evaluation Expert)

Tasking Description:

The objectives of this tasking were (1) to produce an evidence review that presents and synthesizes

trends in smuggling and trafficking in and throughout Libya, and (2) to determine the extent to which

smuggling and trafficking interact with governance and country or regional stability. This study

broadened the understanding of how patterns of human trafficking enable local conflict, and how

trafficking influences governance and overall stability. NORC’s study drew on existing literature (both

published and unpublished), media and newspaper stories, and targeted analysis of available quantitative

data around a series of core questions.

Update on Evaluations, Research, and Study Tasks:

After receiving COR approval, NORC uploaded the long version of the report to the DEC on

November 10, 2020.

Major Accomplishments and Challenges of Past Quarter:

This tasking is now complete and closed.

Major Issues that Need to Be Resolved:

None.

TASKING N018: DRG-LER II DISSEMINATION

Begin Date: 5/2019

End Date: 8/2023

Approved Budget: $198,827

Team Member: Renée Hendley (Task Manager)

Tasking Description:

Under this tasking, NORC produces products or organizes dissemination events to USAID and non-

USAID audiences. These products summarize and attractively communicate research and evaluation

findings, DRG learning priorities, and other messages.

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Update on Evaluations, Research, and Study Tasks:

During Quarter 1, NORC worked with a graphic designer to develop an infographic for the Cambodia

C-TIP Impact Evaluation, which was implemented under DRG-LER I, Tasking 040. After receiving

USAID’s feedback and COR approval, NORC uploaded the infographic to the DEC on December 3,

2020.

USAID requested an infographic for the Malawi Impact Evaluation that was implemented under DRG

LER I Tasking N030. NORC is currently working with the graphic designer on a draft that will be shared

with USAID in January 2021.

Major Accomplishments and Challenges of Past Quarter:

NORC developed an infographic on the Cambodia C-TIP IE, and for the Malawi IE.

Major Issues that Need to Be Resolved:

None.

TASKING N020: HARVEST OF USAID DRG LEARNING

Begin Date: 6/2019

End Date: 3/2021

Approved Budget: $74,560

Team Members: Ritu Nayyar-Stone (Senior Level Evaluation Expert); Rachel Pizatella-Haswell, and

Jordan Sticklin (Social Impact)

Tasking Description:

The DRG Learning Center contracted NORC to assist with harvesting learning produced since 2011

under several DRG learning mechanisms. This entails gathering available relevant learning products

specifically, those generalizable or otherwise applicable to USAID’s work. These products are to be

reviewed and cataloged and made available in a user-friendly database. Evidence is being cross-walked

with learning agendas to identify relevant evidence.

Update on Evaluations, Research, and Study Tasks:

During Quarter 1, NORC revised the Good Governance technical summary based on USAID feedback

on September 21, 2020. NORC finalized version 2 of the Learning Harvest (LH) database, reconciling

the database with the Learning Teams Activities Summary, and received USAID approval on November

27, 2020. NORC also received approval for the Good Governance technical summary on November 27,

2020.

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On December 16, 2020, NORC was asked to reconcile the LH database with USAID’s Evidence Rack

Up. NORC prepared drafts of the Political Competition, Human Rights and Independent Media technical

summaries, which will be submitted in January 2021.

Major Accomplishments and Challenges of Past Quarter:

In mid-December 2020, USAID indicated that this tasking would be extended and the budget increased

for NORC to continue updating the LH data to version 3, and update all the technical summaries based

on the database.

On October 23, 2020, NORC shared with USAID the first draft of the Civil Society technical summary,

and on December 18, 2020, NORC shared the first draft of the Rule of Law technical summary (based

on version 2 of the database).

Major Issues that Need to Be Resolved:

None.

TASKING N021: THEORIES OF CHANGE INVENTORY

Begin Date: 6/2019

End Date: 3/2021

Approved Budget: $281,863

Team Members: Katie Mark (NORC Senior Level Evaluation Experts), Mithila Iyer (NORC Research

Assistant), Zachary Scheffler (NORC Research Analyst), Aimee Rose (Social Impact Project Director),

Catherine Caligan (Social Impact Program Manager), Jordan Sticklin (Social Impact Project Assistant), and

Guy Grossman (Social Impact Political Competition Expert)

Tasking Description:

NORC and Social Impact are working together on this tasking to identify and classify the universe of

technical approaches used by USAID in DRG activities and create an inventory that will be used as a

framework for systematic learning to help guide future programming. The inventory is developed

through a review and compilation of technical approaches, including objectives and activities, looking at

both the design and implementation of approaches. Sources include statements of work for solicitations,

quarterly and annual reports from selected activities, and other activity documents. NORC is working

closely with the DRG-LER Center, especially in categorizing the technical approaches, in additional

consultation with USAID DRG technical teams. As the most robust approaches emerge, the team will

hold a set of consultation events with experts and practitioners to validate the approaches and their

evolution over time, and capture learning associated with that process. The final product will be a

database with a user-friendly interface.

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Update on Evaluations, Research, and Study Tasks:

NORC has reviewed activities, assembled, and submitted technical approach packages for the two

remaining program areas: Independent Media, and Human Rights, and worked with SI to begin their

review of the Political Competition activities. SI developed summaries of various implementing partner

organizations’ technical approaches, and coordinated with the Consortium for Elections and Political

Processes (CEPPS) and other implementing partners to acquire additional documentation. Once

summaries were developed for a set of 21 activities, the team derived a list of higher-level technical

approaches, which was used to categorize activities into a draft inventory. A Political Competition

expert was hired in June 2020 to review the draft inventory and provide additional technical expertise

during the validation phase.

NORC’s work has continued in consultation with USAID as the different packages are reviewed. For the

Rule of Law (RoL) inventory, NORC revised the inventory to synchronize it with USAID’s RoL

Typology. NORC began similarly revising the other technical approach packages.

Major Accomplishments and Challenges of Past Quarter:

During FY2021 Quarter I, NORC and SI submitted:

◼ Draft inventory for the first set of 21 political competition activities (USAID provided positive

preliminary feedback). This submission encompassed a list of high-level technical approaches; an

inventory chart and graphs showing technical approach frequencies by activity and region; and,

the 21 activity summaries (including technical approach, theory of change, and indicators for

each activity reviewed). This submission also included an annex of the activities reviewed, listing

the country, implementing partner, activity title, and period of performance for each.

◼ Draft inventories for Independent Media and Human Rights program areas.

◼ Revised inventory for RoL program area.

There continued to be some delays in obtaining documents, in particular with respect the many CEPPS

activities. Following some meetings and support from USAID, however, the team was given access to

documents for many activities, and reviews were able to proceed.

Major Issues that Need to Be Resolved:

None.

TASKING N023: PART-TIME RESEARCHERS

Begin Date: 10/2019

End Date: 9/2020

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Approved Budget: $473,884

Team Members: Susan Abbott (Disinformation Researcher), Luis A. Camacho (Democracy Metrics

Researcher), Jean Garland (Civic Space), Roman Olar (Learning Processes), Michelle Davis (Tasking

Manager), and Renée Hendley (Program Manager)

Tasking Description:

The purpose of this tasking is to provide USAID’s Center of Excellence on Democracy, Human Rights

and Governance (DRG Center) with the services of four part-time researchers focusing on:

(1) countering disinformation and its impacts on democratic discourse and democratic processes;

(2) preventing and responding to restrictions on freedoms of association, assembly, and expression, and

on the strategies to enable and protect civic space; (3) democracy metrics; and, as requested this

quarter, (4) civil society and media learning processes. The part-time researchers are responsible for

research tasks and producing deliverables in line with work plans agreed upon with NORC and USAID.

Update on Evaluations, Research, and Study Tasks:

NORC’s Democracy Metrics Researcher continued to support the development of two two-page DRG

Data Portraits – DRG Data, and the Rule of Law – which were launched in October and December

2020, respectively. During this quarter, the Governance, Elections and Political Processes, Civil Society,

and Human Rights teams selected indicators for their data portraits. With support from other NORC

staff, the Researcher prepared a proposal to use existing cross-national public opinion surveys to

measure youth-focused DRG indicators and continued to develop the repository of DRG metrics

available from third parties.

NORC's Disinformation Researcher completed a draft Disinformation Primer which USAID has

reviewed extensively. She continued finalizing the content of the Primer and addressing final rounds of

feedback from USAID. In addition, NORC began working with a graphic designer to produce a final

report with appropriate infographics and other design elements. The Researcher is working on finalizing

the latest set of revisions for the Primer, while the NORC team is finalizing the data visualizations. A

final designed Disinformation Primer will be submitted in February.

NORC’s Civic Space Researcher submitted a draft paper incorporating findings from a comprehensive

literature review and Key Informant Interviews with key stakeholders. He presented insights and findings

from his research to the USAID team in December, 2020. In addition, due to several competing

priorities, the USAID team requested that the Researcher extend his agreement until March 2021, giving

the USAID team time to discuss what it wants as a final deliverable for the civic space research.

The Civic Space Researcher also completed a draft Civil Society Assessment Tool (CSAT). The NORC

team worked with a designer to produce two, 2-page infographics: one provides an overview of the

CSAT, while the other defines the process of using the CSAT. In addition, they worked on designing a

final CSAT report with more data visualizations and graphics. The final infographic and report

deliverables were submitted to USAID on January 25, 2021. Once the USAID team signs off on the

deliverables, there will be a dissemination event planned with the Researcher later in FY2021 Quarter 1.

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Major Accomplishments and Challenges of Past Quarter:

At the request of USAID, and due to increases in the budget requirements of other workstreams under

this tasking, the Democracy Metrics research work concluded earlier than planned, in December 2020.

The Researcher on-boarded USAID/DRG Senior Metrics Advisor Christopher Grady, and transferred

ownership of all metrics-related activities to him. However, the Researcher will remain on call to assist

the Advisor during the transition.

Major Issues that Need to Be Resolved:

None.

TASKING N025: PE OF USAID/MOROCCO’S CIVIL SOCIETY

STRENGTHENING PROGRAM (CSSP)

Begin Date: 3/2020

End Date: 2/2021

Approved Budget: $206,716

Team Members: Pierre Tainturier (Senior Evaluation Expert), Laila Fathi (Evaluation Expert), and

Audra Grant (Senior Evaluation Expert, Task Manager).

Tasking Description:

NORC is conducting a final performance evaluation (PE) for the period 2015 through 2019 of

USAID/Morocco’s CSSP, which is being implemented by Counterpart International (CI), the

International Center for Not-for-Profit Law (ICNL), and five intermediary support organizations (ISOs).

(The ISOs include: Movement Alternatives Citoyennes (ALCI), La Colombe Blanche, Association

Marocaine de Solidarite Developpement (AMSED), Ennakhil, and Forum Azzharae.)This PE is expected

to contribute to the Mission’s Democracy and Governance Intermediate Result 1, “Increased civil

society contribution to the public policy process.” The goal of the evaluation is to assess the CSSP’s

performance, specifically its overall effectiveness in achieving the activity’s intended results, lessons

learned, and implementation gaps, particularly in terms of the “cascading model. Through the model, CI

supports a core group of local organizations through capacity building to expand its reach which is

focused on improving the country’s lawmaking and public policy process.

USAID/Morocco’s Democracy and Governance Office will use the evaluation findings to guide the

design of new activities. To that end, the evaluation will: 1) test the validity of the program’s theory of

change and assumptions, including the extent to which the cascade model is effective; 2) assess the

extent to which the CSSP achieved planned results; and 3) capture and analyze broad stakeholder

feedback to identify challenges and lessons learned to inform future USAID programming that seeks to

build capacity of ISOs, Civil Society Organizations, and the Government of Morocco.

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Update on Evaluations, Research, and Study Tasks:

After the completion of the online and telephone survey among approximately 300 respondents, 10

focus groups, and over 30 in-depth interviews among stakeholders; the evaluation team provided a draft

report to USAID on November 17, 2020.

On December 21, 2020, the team held a debriefing on the fieldwork and shared preliminary findings, and

is currently finalizing the report based on feedback from the debriefing. In addition, NORC is supporting

the Mission in developing a Post-Evaluation Action Plan.

Major Accomplishments and Challenges of Past Quarter:

NORC completed the draft evaluation report.

Major Issues that Need to Be Resolved:

None.

TASKING N027: PERU TRANSPARENT ACCOUNTABLE PUBLIC

INVESTMENT IMPACT EVALUATION (IE)

Begin Date: 9/2019

End Date: 3/2021

Approved Budget: $35,139

Team Members: Luis Camacho (Senior Level Evaluation Expert)

Tasking Description:

USAID requested NORC to design and budget for an impact evaluation of the Transparent Accountable

Public Investment (TAPI) activity, in consultation with USAID/Peru. The purpose of the TAPI activity is

to improve the public sector investment process by strengthening Peru’s capacity to effectively reduce

corrupt practices in public investment. TAPI is a five year activity (January 2020-January 2025)

implemented by Chemonics International that seeks to strengthen the integrity of key government

processes to reduce corruption in public investment. More specifically, TAPI is expected to: (1)

strengthen appropriate controls and supervision mechanisms to reduce corruption; (2) enhance civic

oversight of public investment processes; and (3) build effective alliances with private sector firms to

promote public integrity and combat corruption.

As part of its learning agenda, USAID wishes to incorporate an IE into TAPI, which will be done in close

consultation with USAID/Peru, Chemonics, the Government of Peru, and local partners. USAID expects

the IE to contribute to advancing the learning agendas of USAID/Peru’s Governance and Institutional

Strengthening Office and TAPI, as well as generate evidence on interventions that are scalable and

transferrable to other USAID missions in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC), and beyond. USAID

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also expects the IE to produce evidence that can be used by local partners, especially government

entities, to inform decisions about the adoption or improvement of policies and programs, and thus

contribute to the sustainability of TAPI interventions.

Update on Evaluations, Research, and Study Tasks:

NORC submitted a final version of the Scoping Phase Report in October 2020. In November 2020,

USAID/DRG, USAID/LAC, USAID/Peru, TAPI implementing partner Chemonics, and NORC met to

discuss the report and next steps. All teams agreed to pursue Option A outlined in the report - a quasi-

experimental impact evaluation of the transparency networks TAPI will support to oversee large public

investments in five prioritized regions. The team agreed to share information and reconvene in

December 2020. This meeting was put on hold due to a change in leadership in the Mission’s DRG

Team. NORC’s Senior Level Evaluation Expert Luis Camacho met with USAID/DRG and USAID/LAC

staff in December, and they agreed to request a meeting with the new leader of the Mission’s DRG team

in January 2021.

Major Accomplishments and Challenges of Past Quarter:

The above-mentioned changes in leadership delayed a meeting with the Mission and Chemonics

necessary to agree on next steps.

Major Issues that Need to Be Resolved:

None.

TASKING N029: HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES - USAID DATA

SHARING

Begin Date: 12/2019

End Date: 6/2020

Approved Budget: $94,986

Team Members: Protik Ali (Team Leader) and Ellen Compernolle (Middle Level Evaluation Expert)

Tasking Description:

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has offered to share its dataset on trafficked

minors coming into the United States. USAID has contracted NORC to use the dataset to see where

the minors come from geographically, the types of risk factors, reasons they were trafficked, among

other information, to improve country-specific interventions and cost-efficiency. Before this can be

done, the dataset must first be scrubbed to delete all personal identifiable information (PII). Additionally,

the coded data needs to be validated, and the un-coded data needs PII extracted from the narrative and

merged into one dataset. Cases of eligibility approvals and denials of assistance also need coding. Once

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the dataset is coded and scrubbed, NORC’s scope includes summarizing and analyzing the data by region

or country, if applicable, in a short report to be shared with USAID field offices.

Update on Evaluations, Research, and Study Tasks:

NORC completed coding 100 randomly selected cases for validation that were already coded by HHS

(~ 4% of coded cases). NORC developed a Validation Memo for USAID that detailed inconsistencies

between the HHS and NORC codes, largely due to the qualitative nature of the coding task. NORC and

USAID met on October 13, 2020 to discuss the inconsistencies and agree on a path forward for the

data coding and analysis tasks. NORC met with USAID’s country Mission offices from Guatemala, El

Salvador, and Honduras in the last week of November and early December 2020 to discuss potential

research questions to be assessed using the newly coded data. During this period, NORC also met with

HHS for guidance on their proposed coding protocol for denial cases.

Major Accomplishments and Challenges of Past Quarter:

Inconsistencies identified during the validation phase required multiple conversations between HHS,

USAID, and NORC to identify potential reasons behind the inconsistencies and potential paths forward.

It was determined that focusing analysis on the cases from FY2018-FY2019 that NORC coded would

minimize bias and therefore most meaningfully inform USAID programming. Subsequent conversations

suggested that HHS would validate the NORC coded cases, allowing for analysis to merge the

previously coded data with the NORC coded data. In addition, conversations with country Missions

were not productive and required additional meetings. Lastly, due to staffing changes (NORC graduate

research assistant coders) and adapted NORC coding protocols, coding of the uncoded data progressed

at a slower pace than anticipated. However, as of December 31, 2020, NORC has coded 805 cases from

the FY2018-FY2019.

Major Issues that Need to Be Resolved:

Even after meeting with the Missions, additional guidance from USAID is needed on the research

questions or scope of the analysis. Our understanding from the Mission discussions is that country-level

trends of the HHS analysis would be useful for all Missions. However, further clarity on the scope of

research is needed with USAID before the coding can be completed.

TASKING N031: NOVAMETRICS ASIA C-TIP AND COUNTER

VIOLENT EXTREMISM ANALYSIS

Begin Date: 12/2019

End Date: 12/2021

Approved Budget: $1,374,779

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Team Members: Gregory van der Vink (PI), Michael Jackson (Data Scientist), Jeffrey Park (Data

Scientist), Michael Duthie (Senior Survey Director), Rachel Pizatella-Haswell (Junior Level Evaluation

Expert), and Julia Kresky (Research Assistant)

Tasking Description:

The purpose of this tasking is to inform USAID counter-trafficking in persons (C-TIP) and countering

violent extremism (CVE) programmatic decisions by revealing causal relationships between

geographically-specific characteristics and vulnerabilities,. SI, in partnership with Novametrics, is

exploring trafficking in persons (TIP) and violent extremism (VE) in Bangladesh and the Philippines, and

TIP in the Lao People’s Democratic Republic. This research is expected to use big data to reveal causal

pathways through which certain factors impact vulnerability to TIP and VE. Novametrics is relying on its

Weak-Signal Analysis methodology to produce separate reports and maps for each country, including

recommendations of vulnerable populations and innovative interventions that will be most effective in

each location. The reports will include a presentation and discussion of the underlying relevant causal

relationships as evidence for the Missions as they endeavor to develop more effective, geographically-

targeted interventions. The analysis will be customized to on-the-ground decision-making requirements

and State Department TIP Report prioritized recommendations.

Update on Evaluations, Research, and Study Tasks:

Between October and December 2020, Novametrics advanced its research on C-TIP in Bangladesh, Lao

PDR, and the Philippines, and its CVE research in Bangladesh and the Philippines.

In response to interest expressed by the USAID Mission in Lao PDR, the team determined and tracked

the route of the Chinese railroad into Lao PDR, identifying populations of girls vulnerable to child

marriage and human trafficking. They prioritized the locations based on the number of girls and

indicators of vulnerability. This work was accomplished with high-resolution (10m) imagery from the

USAID’s GeoCenter that Novametrics used to construct cloud-free mosaics.

Novametrics has completed its violent extremism event database for both the Philippines and

Bangladesh, and conducted time-series and geospatial analysis on the data. During FY2021 Quarter 1,

Novametrics continued evaluated child marriage in Bangladesh, Lao PDR, and the Philippines within the

ecosystem of human trafficking and the US State Department’s TIP tier level assignments. One

hypothesis being explored is the potential distinction between development efforts that address female

autonomy and those that address gender inequality. Female autonomy includes metrics related to

empowerment and a woman’s degree of opportunity, mobility, and choice in society. Example indicators

include the female literacy rate, the number of female students in grade 7, the number of female

teachers per school, and the percentage of females that own a mobile phone. Gender inequality, on the

other hand, looks at the rights and opportunities of females relative to those of males. This can often be

expressed through ratios – thus, the corresponding gender inequality indicators for the aforementioned

female empowerment indicators are the female/male literacy ratio, female/male ratio of students in

grade 7, female/male ratio of teachers in school, and female/male ratio of phone ownership.

Novametrics is testing the hypothesis that gender inequality is a related, but distinguishable

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characteristic from female empowerment that contributes to child marriage, TIP, and VE, and that future

progress towards addressing gender inequality would benefit from geographically-targeted interventions

that also address the attitudes of males.

Major Accomplishments and Challenges of Past Quarter:

With USAID’s approval, Novametrics submitted the manuscript entitled “Empirical Analysis of the US

State Department’s Annual Trafficking in Persons Report – Insights for Policy-Makers” for publication in

a peer-reviewed scholarly research journal. The manuscript summarizes Novametrics’ analysis of the US

State Department’s Annual Trafficking in Persons Report. This analysis will be used in the final C-TIP

reports for Bangladesh, Lao PDR, and the Philippines. Novametrics presented its work on CVE to the

USAID Missions in Bangladesh (October 13, 2020) and the Philippines (October 14, 2020). Novametrics

participated in the USAID Asia C-TIP Summit: From Evidence to Action (November 10-12, 2020) and

was an invited panelist for the Panel Discussion “Big Data”. Novametrics presented its work on C-TIP

to the USAID Missions in Bangladesh (December 9, 2020), Lao PDR (December 14, 2020), and the

Philippines (December 15, 2020) in meetings organized by USAID.

Major Issues that Need to Be Resolved:

None.

TASKING N033: 3IE EVIDENCE GAP MAPS

Begin Date: 03/2020

End Date: 04/2022

Approved Budget: $876,858

Team Members: Douglas Glandon (Senior Level Evaluation Expert), Birte Snilstveit (Senior Level

Evaluation Expert), Charlotte Lane, Ada Sonnenfeld, Miriam Berretta, Tomasz Kozakiewicz, Sridevi

Prasad, and Katherine Garcia

Tasking Description:

USAID’s DRG Center, NORC, and the 3ie share joint interests to increase knowledge on the global

advancement of democracy, human rights and governance to determine what works, what does not, and

why. To further these common objectives, USAID requested NORC to work with its consortium sub-

contractor, 3ie, to produce an evidence gap map (EGM) for each of the six Democracy, Human Rights

and Governance (DRG) program areas under the Foreign Assistance Framework. These program areas

are: (1) rule of law; (2) good governance; (3) political competition and consensus-building (i.e. elections

and political processes); (4) civil society; (5) independent media and free flow of information; and,

(6) human rights.

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The objective of this activity is to produce EGMs in each of these programmatic areas that identify high-

quality, relevant impact evaluations and systematic reviews. Where rigorous evidence does not exist, a

complementary objective will be defined to identify critical knowledge gaps. The final products will

complement the DRG Learning Division’s stock-taking exercise, provide an evidence-informed

understanding of common approaches, and identify areas where further research is needed.

Update on Evaluations, Research, and Study Tasks:

Between October and December 2020, the 3ie team worked on the Rule of Law (RoL), Human Rights

(HR), Civil Society (CS), and Independent Media (IM) EGMs.

3ie submitted the RoL EGM report on October 31, 2020, and received feedback from the Advisory

Group members and USAID DRG RoL experts on December 2, 2020. Working closely with USAID

DRG RoL experts, 3ie revised the scope of the practitioner briefs, in part by meeting with Andrew

Solomon and Greg Gisvold on December 14, 2020 to discuss the system brief and the integration of the

“people-centered justice” approach in all the briefs. In addition, on October 8, 2020 3ie published a blog

on its website about the ongoing work on RoL EGM.

During this past quarter, 3ie completed the draft of the intervention-outcome framework for the CS

and IM EGM after several consultation sessions with USAID DRG CS experts on December 7, 2020 and

with USAID DRG IM experts on December 21, 2020. In addition, the consultation with the USAID

teams included a draft list of the Advisory Group members and the identification of a potential Subject

Matter Expert for the CS & IM EGMs. Also, per USAID Learning team request, 3ie prepared a “cross-

walk” mapping of the Technical Approaches Typology with the intervention-outcome framework

categories proposed. The 3ie and NORC teams also held a coordination meeting on November 12,

2020 to align the typology of interventions (NORC activity) with intervention categories (3ie activity) to

the extent possible.

After an initial pause on the HR EGM, USAID requested 3ie to resume the work. On November 21,

2020 3ie shared with the USAID DRG Learning team the pending decisions related to the intervention

and outcome frameworks, and to define the next steps for the HR EGM. Similar to the CS and IM

EGMS, 3ie prepared and sent on December 31, 2020 a cross-walk of the Technical Approaches

Typology with the intervention-outcome framework categories proposed.

Major Accomplishments and Challenges of Past Quarter:

During FY2021 Quarter 1, 3ie continued to coordinate with USAID to manage challenges related to the

implementation timeframes of the EGMs. For the HR EGM, the work paused in September 2020 and

resumed in December 2020, presenting a challenge to 3ie in terms of internal staffing and re-

arrangement of the timelines across the EGMs. 3ie is currently aligning the implementation of the HR,

CS, and IM EGMs to re-establish the overall project timeline.

Major Issues that Need to Be Resolved:

None.

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TASKING N034: CHINA AND SUB SAHARAN AFRICA

DEMOCRATIC NORMS AND VALUES

Begin Date: 6/2020

End Date: 10/2020

Approved Budget: $315,551

Team Members: Audra Grant (Senior Level Evaluation Expert – Tasking Manager), Carl Levan (Senior

Level Evaluation Expert – Team Leader), Susan Abbott (Senior Level Evaluation Expert – Subject Matter

Expert), Robert Wekesa (Senior Level Evaluation Expert – Subject Matter Expert), and Jonas Bunte

(Senior Level Evaluation Expert – Subject Matter Expert),

Tasking Description:

NORC is conducting a study that explores the relationship between China’s increasing investment in

Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) and changing democratic norms and values on the continent (e.g., resurgent

authoritarianism, changing attitudes towards democracy, and democratic backsliding). The study will

examine the nature of these interactions, to the extent they exist, to inform recommendations for

USAID programming and policy in SSA. Specifically, the research is expected to help the Bureau for

Africa and its Missions in five main Themes: (1) develop effective strategies to respond to anti-

democratic sentiment, informed by knowledge of how leaders and citizens shape anti-democratic

narratives, and the extent to which China is relevant or not; (2) help Missions identify spaces in which

they can improve relationships and create more touch points between USG actors and citizens,

especially in domains where China has a high degree of influence; (3) identify interventions that will

develop the capacity and resilience of communities negatively impacted by malign influence or

investment projects, especially at the intersection of local government, civil society and affected citizens;

(4) identify and build strategically on Chinese investments that may align with JSR (e.g., information

sharing, participation in public debate, increasing access to markets); and, (5) develop strategies to

identify and counter state surveillance practices, including how to minimize foreign influence in elections

processes, and increase the space for an active civil society and accountable and responsive government.

Update on Evaluations, Research, and Study Tasks:

Although debates were vigorous and fruitful, lack of consensus on country selection delayed substantive

implementation of the study. However, the team developed and submitted an initial Inception Report on

November 10, 2020; USAID approved a revised report on November 23, 2020.

Under Theme 1, NORC’s Social Media Data Collaboratory (SDC) completed a social media data

collection pilot for the study on December 16, 2020. Due to the low volume of discussion about China

among elites, it was recommended that the team not pursue expanded data collection. The team began

in-person fieldwork for Zambia (under Theme 2) and Sierra Leone (under Theme 4) in December 2020.

Fieldwork in Kenya (under Theme 3) and Nigeria (under Theme 4) will take place in January and

February 2021. Fieldwork in Kenya will be in-person (unless COVID-19 restrictions do not permit) but

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remotely in Nigeria (where current COVID-19 restrictions prohibit in-person work, and are expected

to continue).

Major Accomplishments and Challenges of Past Quarter:

None.

Major Issues that Need to Be Resolved:

None.

TASKING N035: POLITICAL ECONOMY ANALYSIS LITERATURE

REVIEWS

Begin Date: 6/2020

End Date: 8/2023

Approved Budget: $145,488

Team Member: Ashley Fox (Senior Level Evaluation Expert)

Tasking Description:

The Cross Sectoral Program (CSP) Team within USAID’s DRG Center provides technical support to

enhance the programmatic impact and sustainability by creating and promoting methodologies,

assessments, research, and collaborative platforms that rely on a deep understanding of political

economy on a variety of topics. CSP does this by supporting missions to carry out political economy

analysis (PEA), an analytical approach to help Missions understand the underlying reasons why things

work the way they do, and identify the incentives and constraints impacting the actors’ behavior in a

relevant system. USAID’s Applied PEA Framework is intended to be used in an iterative and ongoing

manner to deepen understanding of the context and then reflect upon the implications of this

understanding for adjusting and adapting programs as the context changes or new information becomes

available. By helping identify these influences – political, economic, social and cultural – PEAs support a

more politically-informed approach to working, known as “thinking and working politically” (TWP).

Through TWP, USAID seeks to better understand the systems where they work and identify

sustainable, locally-generated solutions. This tasking will provide literature reviews for USAID Missions

carrying out PEAs.

Update on Evaluations, Research, and Study Tasks:

During FY2021 Quarter I, NORC’s consultant completed the PEA literature review on Senegal Drug

and Pharmaceutical Supply Chains. The literature review was submitted in November 2020 and received

positive feedback from the Mission and USAID. NORC is currently formatting the paper to meet 508

requirements and will post it to the DEC in January 2021.

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Major Accomplishments and Challenges of Past Quarter:

None.

Major Issues that Need to Be Resolved:

None.

TASKING N036: RULE OF LAW ACHIEVEMENTS REVIEW

Begin Date: 5/2020

End Date: 5/2021

Approved Budget: $436,878

Team Members: Katie Mark (NORC), Aimee Rose, Catherine Caligan, and Jordan Sticklin (Social

Impact)

Tasking Description:

USAID and partners have accumulated significant knowledge and expertise throughout the design and

implementation of Rule of Law (RoL) activities over the past 15 years. However, there is inadequate

awareness and understanding within the USAID’s DRG Center of what USAID RoL investments have

achieved during this time. The objectives of this Review are threefold: (1) provide an inventory of

significant USAID RoL assistance activities in all regions between 2005-2020; (2) audit selected USAID

RoL assistance activities for concrete and sustained achievements; and, (3) develop a comprehensive

analytical review of USAID RoL achievements at country, regional, and global levels.

Findings from this review are expected to inform USAID’s DRG decision-making around what

improvements to RoL assistance activities can be made to increase their effectiveness, as well as

introduce innovations in the field where appropriate. Moreover, knowledge generated from this review

will allow USAID to communicate more effectively with the U.S. Congress and other key constituents

on a global scale in this core area of assistance.

Update on Evaluations, Research, and Study Tasks:

SI finalized the draft inception report, which was submitted to USAID on October 9, 2020. USAID,

NORC and SI met on October 16, 2020 to discuss initial feedback on the inception report, as well as

country selection and plan for a pilot study with a few countries. USAID, NORC and SI agreed that the

inception report would be submitted after the pilot study was completed to incorporate changes to the

data collection plan.

In November 2020, SI finalized and submitted the preliminary inventory of Rule of Law activities,

covering 350 activities from 2005-2020. As part of the inventory process, SI worked with NORC and

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USAID to acquire various sources for past project lists and relevant reporting. The inventory was

submitted to USAID on December 1, 2020.

SI coordinated with all five USAID Regional Bureaus as well as several field offices to help plan and

commence data collection activities. In October and November 2020, USAID, NORC and SI held initial

coordination calls with the Africa, Asia, E&E, LAC, and MENA Regional Bureaus to discuss the study

approach, data collection plans and USAID recommendations for the pilot country selection, as well as

country selection for the full data collection. Throughout this period, SI worked with USAID and the

Regional Bureaus to refine the list of 18 potential study countries across the LAC, E&E, Asia and MENA

regions, with Guatemala, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Mexico, El Salvador, Bosnia, Georgia, Kosovo,

Moldova, Kyrgyz Republic, Cambodia, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, West Bank/Gaza, and Jordan selected, and

Guatemala and Kyrgyz Republic as the two pilot study countries. Once the pilot countries were

confirmed, USAID’s LAC and Asia Regional Bureaus and SI coordinated calls with the Guatemala and

Kyrgyz Republic Missions to seek suggestions for interviewees and review of the inventory list, who then

connected SI with potential interviewees in each pilot country. In November and December 2020, SI

conducted remote key informant interviews for the pilot studies.

To prepare for full scale data collection, SI held initial coordination calls with the Jordan, West

Bank/Gaza, and Kazakhstan Missions. USAID and SI also conducted outreach to several key RoL

implementing partners for their insights on achievements, inputs to the inventory list, and

recommendations for potential interviewees.

Major Accomplishments and Challenges of Past Quarter:

SI submitted the draft inception report to USAID, which will be revised based on the experience and the

outcome of the pilot study. SI also submitted the preliminary inventory of Rule of Law activities,

covering 350 activities from 2005-2020. Lastly, SI commenced pilot study activities in Guatemala and

Kyrgyz Republic, while continuing a high volume of coordination across various USAID regional and

country level staff and with USAID Rule of Law implementing partners around study activities

throughout the quarter.

Major Issues that Need to Be Resolved:

None.

TASKING N037: SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL CHANGE FIELD

GUIDE

Begin Date: 9/2020

End Date: 1/2021

Approved Budget: $59,856

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Team Members: Protik Ali (Team Lead/Senior Level Evaluation Expert), and Phoebe Bui (Junior Level

Evaluation Expert).

There is growing interest in, and use of, social and behavioral change (SBC) approaches to DRG

programming. USAID has emphasized focusing more on social and behavioral factors that are often

overlooked but can be critical in affecting the intended outcomes of the programs. SBC has been

explored by the health sector as a methodological approach to developing programs, and USAID intends

to adapt the approach to DRG programming. NORC is developing a field guide to define, discuss, and

provide guidance for SBC approaches in DRG programming and research. The field guide, which will be

distributed through the USAID/DRG website, is intended to provide guidance and serve as a reference

point for implementing partners and evaluators of future USAID DRG programs. The guide will focus on

the basic definitions and processes necessary for SBC approaches at USAID/DRG.

Update on Evaluations, Research, and Study Tasks:

In October-November 2020, NORC completed a comprehensive desk review of recent literature on

SBC theories, approaches, and applications from various sectors. Based on the findings from the

literature review, NORC developed an extended outline that was submitted to USAID on December 3,

2020. NORC received USAID comments on December 21, 2020.

Major Accomplishments and Challenges of Past Quarter:

NORC completed the literature review and submitted an extended outline based on findings from the

literature review to USAID. Comments from USAID on the extended outline indicated confusion

regarding the audience of the field guide. We asked USAID for clarification and in January 2021; the

COR advised NORC to arrange a meeting to discuss this. A meeting is currently scheduled for January

22, 2021.

Major Issues that Need to Be Resolved:

USAID and NORC have to agree on the target audience for the field guide.

TASKING N038: LEARNING AGENDA

Begin Date: 8/2020

End Date: 12/2020

Approved Budget: $74,997

Team Members: Ali Protik (Senior Level Evaluation Expert) and Brian Kirchhoff (Senior Survey

Director),

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Tasking Description:

USAID’s DRG Center Learning Agenda has been an ongoing initiative since 2016 that includes research

questions in priority development areas that are intended to organize and generate evidence for USAID

DRG strategic planning, project design, and in-service training efforts. The Learning Agenda questions

that were formulated in 2016 and 2017 were informed by existing DRG research and evaluation efforts,

and were developed through a participatory process that involved five DRG Center Theme Teams, as

well as consultations with DRG field staff, Sector Council colleagues, and USAID Monitoring &

Evaluation Specialists.

The purpose of this tasking was for SI to produce two deliverables that chronicle the background,

process, and outputs of the learning agenda process to date: (1) identify past Learning Agenda questions

where USAID has not yet conducted research; and, (2) provide recommendations for how such

Learning Agenda questions could best be answered.

Update on Evaluations, Research, and Study Tasks:

During FY2021 Quarter I, SI finalized the Learning Agenda Overview and Rack-Up deliverables. In

October 2020, USAID and key informants provided SI on the Learning Agenda Overview and Rack-Up

documents. SI met with USAID on October 9, 2021, to discuss potential revisions and submitted revised

versions of these deliverables to NORC on October 22, 2020. SI also prepared a proposed budget for

two additional USAID requests: (1) a new infographic for the Overview document and (2) a two-page

brief, which USAID later decided not to pursue. In November 2020, SI received a final round of

feedback from USAID on the Overview and Rack-Up documents; following COR approval, 508

compliant versions were sent to USAID on December 23, 2020; once approved, they will be uploaded

to the DEC, and the tasking will be closed out.

Major Accomplishments and Challenges of Past Quarter:

SI finalized and submitted the Learning Agenda Overview and Rack-Up documents, closing out its work

under this tasking.

Major Issues that Need to Be Resolved:

None.

TASKING N039: COVID-19 AND GOVERNANCE IMPACT

EVALUATION: MALI

Begin Date: 7/2020

End Date: 12/2020

Approved Budget: $43,276

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Team Members: Ali Protik (Senior Level Evaluation Expert) and Brian Kirchhoff (Senior Survey

Director),

Tasking Description:

USAID/Mali is working to mitigate the impacts of COVID-19 transmission while strengthening

community resilience. Specifically, USAID/Mali is engaging civil society and communities to combat dis-

and misinformation and to prevent the spread of COVID-19 through the provision of improved basic

services. USAID/Mali’s response to COVID-19 is implemented by multiple partners (e.g., FHI 360,

Creative Associates) and managed by the Peace, Democracy, and Governance (PDG) Office. The work

upholds the Mission’s COVID-19 framework and expands the geographic scope of Mali’s Global Health

Security Agenda platforms and public health programming.

USAID asked NORC to design an impact evaluation (IE) associated with the response to COVID-19 and

to prepare an evidence review related to COVID-19 response studies. As part of this tasking, NORC

will present the findings from the evidence review to the USAID/Mali Mission.

Update on Evaluations, Research, and Study Tasks:

NORC continued discussions with USAID, USAID-Mali, and the local implementing partner to develop

an intervention and an evaluation design that will be feasible and relevant. NORC also worked on an

evidence review, which will be submitted to USAID in January 2021.

NORC is finalizing the design report and budget, which will also be submitted to USAID in January 2021.

Major Accomplishments and Challenges of Past Quarter:

Year-end academic session commitments from NORC’s Principal Investigators (PIs) delayed the

development of the evaluation design. In early December 2020, NORC brought on two additional PIs to

expedite the design process. In addition, the dearth of capable data collection firms in Mali made it

challenging to obtain good estimates of data collection costs. The one quality data collection firm, GISSE,

is currently working with NORC on a DRG-LER I developmental evaluation and two additional surveys

with the implementing partner of USAID-Mali’s Peacebuilding, Stabilization, and Reconciliation project.

NORC discussed data collection with additional firms to develop a good sense of the context and the

cost.

Major Issues that Need to Be Resolved:

None.

TASKING N040: GEORGIA ACCESS PERFORMANCE EVALUATION

Begin Date: 9/2020

End Date: 5/2021

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Approved Budget: $162,596

Team Members: Ritu Nayyar-Stone (Senior Level Evaluation Expert), Miguel Albornoz (Middle level

Evaluation Expert), Orysia Lutsevych (Senior Level Evaluation Expert), Zumrat Salmorbekova (Senior

Level Evaluation Expert), George Gotua (Middle Level Evaluation Expert), and Tamara Sartania (Middle

Level Evaluation Expert)

Tasking Description:

NORC is conducting a performance evaluation of the USAID/Georgia Advancing CSO Capacity and

Engaging Society for Sustainability (ACCESS) Project being implemented from October 2014 to October

2021. Building on work in the CSO sector since 2002, ACCESS incorporates lessons learned and best

practices from previous projects and adapts to an evolving operational context to address the Georgian

civil society sector’s historical shortcomings. The purpose of ACCESS is to build the capacity of the civil

society sector as an end in itself while also supporting civil society to be a more effective force for

demanding more transparent and accountable governance and more responsive policies in Georgia.

Since ACCESS is currently in the last 9 months of implementation, the results of this evaluation will be

used to adjust the project’s work plan for 2021, adjust the work of other USAID implementing partners

working with local CSOs and serve as an input to future USAID programming in this field.

Update on Evaluations, Research, and Study Tasks:

NORC did a substantial search and worked with USAID/Georgia to determine the team for this

evaluation. Due to the non-availability of one team member until mid-November 2020, USAID agreed to

delay the start of the project. The concept note and budget was approved on 11/20/2020 and the team

did a virtual in-brief with USAID/Georgia on December 2 2020. Following the evaluation design, the

evaluation team did a series of initial key informant interviews with 5 ACCESS and 3 USAID staff from

December 8 – 18 2020. This was to serve as an input to designing the remaining evaluation instruments,

Key Informant Interviews, the Focus Group Discussions and a web survey of ACCESS CSO grantees.

Major Accomplishments and Challenges of Past Quarter:

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic the Republic of Georgia decided to declare a national holiday and

lockdown from January 1-22, 2021. This will have some effect on the timeline of the evaluation data

collection and analysis.

Major Issues that Need to Be Resolved:

None.

TASKING N041: USAID POLICY ON PROMOTING THE RIGHTS OF

INDIGENOUS PEOPLES

Begin Date: 10/2020

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End Date: 6/2020 (Phase I: Knowledge Base and Analysis Framework_

Approved Budget: $98,781

Team Members: Kareem Kysia (Team Leader – Senior Survey Director), Lauren Persha (Senior Level

Evaluation Expert), Carolyn Stephens (Senior Level Evaluation Expert), and Ron Wendt (Mid-level

Evaluation Expert).

Tasking Description:

USAID requested NORC to build an internal knowledge base and analysis framework on how USAID’s

operating units (in Washington, DC and in the field) are including Indigenous Peoples into development

activities. This work will be informed by USAID’s Policy on Promoting the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

(PRO-IP), which is an effort to correct the historical trend of informing rather than including Indigenous

Peoples in decisions and activities that may impact them.

Update on Evaluations, Research, and Study Tasks:

NORC submitted its Concept Note and budget in October 2020 and received comments from USAID

later in the month. NORC revised and re-submitted its Concept Note and budget, and received USAID

approval December 14, 2020, after which a kickoff call was convened with USAID, Indigenous Peoples

Alliance for Rights and Development (IPARD), and the Forest Stewardship Council.

Major Accomplishments and Challenges of Past Quarter:

NORC received approval for the Concept Note and budget, and held a kickoff call with USAID and

other stakeholders.

Major Issues that Need to Be Resolved:

None.

TASKING N043: MALI REINTEGRATION / RECONCILIATION IE

DESIGN

Begin Date: 12/2020

End Date: 6/2021_

Approved Budget: TBD

Team Members: TBD

Tasking Description:

USAID is working to support the Government of Mali (GoM) to encourage successful reintegration and

reconciliation of refugees and internally displaced persons (IDPs) back into their communities. As part of

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this effort, USAID funded a five-year Mali Peacebuilding, Stabilization and Reconciliation project

implemented by Creative Associates International in 46 conflict-affected communes in central Mali.

USAID requested the procurement of a research team and the design of an impact evaluation (IE) of

reintegration and reconciliation programming implemented by USAID partner Creative Associates

International and managed by the Peace, Democracy, and Governance (PDG) Office at the USAID/Mali

Mission.

Update on Evaluations, Research, and Study Tasks:

NORC received this new tasking in December 2020 and shared it with consortium members. NORC

will work with the interested partner to develop and submit a Concept Note and Budget for the

implementation of the IE.

Major Accomplishments and Challenges of Past Quarter:

NORC received a new tasking from USAID.

Major Issues that Need to Be Resolved:

None.

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FINANCIAL REPORTING

LOP Budget Actual Costs to Date* Balance

Impact Evaluation Services $6,176,558 $88,573 $6,087,985

Performance Evaluation Services 13,075,841 1,472,840 11,603,001

Auxiliary Studies 4,129,251 4,739,214 (609,963)

Utilization and Dissemination 845,217 51,701 793,516

Learning Agenda for Missions 2,656,983 1,443,083 1,223,900

Other Costs 18,602,434 18,602,434

Contract Total $45,486,284 $7,785,409 $37,700,875

* Reported figures include actual expenditures invoiced through December 26, 2020.

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COMPENDIUM

Tasking Deliverable Name Date Uploaded

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N001

DRG Learning, Evaluation,

and Research (DRG-LER)

II Activity, NORC, FY2019

First Quarter Report

(October 1 - December

31, 2018)

03.04.2019

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N001

DRG Learning, Evaluation,

and Research (DRG-LER)

II Activity, NORC, FY2019

Second Quarter Report

(January 1 - March 31,

2019)

5.13.2019

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N001

DRG Learning, Evaluation,

and Research (DRG-LER)

II Activity, NORC FY2019

Third Quarter Report

(April 1 - June 30, 2019)

8.16.2019

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N001

DRG Learning, Evaluation,

and Research (DRG-LER)

II Activity, NORC

FY2019 Annual Report

11.11.2019

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N001

DRG Learning, Evaluation,

and Research (DRG-LER)

II Activity, NORC FY2020

First Quarter Report

(October 1 - December

31, 2019)

3.3.2020

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N001

DRG Learning, Evaluation,

and Research (DRG-LER)

II Activity, NORC FY2020

Second Quarter Report

(January 1 - March 31,

2020)

5.26.2020

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N001

DRG Learning, Evaluation,

and Research (DRG-LER)

II Activity, NORC FY2020

Third Quarter Report

(April 1 - June 30, 2020)

8.20.2020

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N001

DRG Learning, Evaluation,

and Research (DRG-LER)

II Activity, NORC FY2020

Annual Report

12.1.2020

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N002

Cambodia Democracy,

Human Rights, and

Governance Assessment

(SBU)

5.13.2019

https://dec.usaid.gov/dec/content/Detail_Presto.asp

x?ctID=ODVhZjk4NWQtM2YyMi00YjRmLTkxNjk

tZTcxMjM2NDBmY2Uy&rID=NTIwMDE3&inr=V

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N003

USAID/ Burundi

Assessment of Civil

Society organization

Service Delivery in the

Gender-Based Violence,

Youth, OVC and

Livelihoods Space

10.28.2019

https://dec.usaid.gov/dec/content/Detail_Presto.asp

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tZTcxMjM2NDBmY2Uy&rID=NTUyNDYx&inr=V

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N004

Performance Evaluation of

the Black Sea Trust (BST)

for Regional Cooperation

(SBU)

5.31.2019

https://dec.usaid.gov/dec/content/Detail_Presto.asp

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tZTcxMjM2NDBmY2Uy&rID=NTIwODA0&inr=V

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N005

USAID Ukraine ENGAGE

Mid-Term Performance

Evaluation

6.10.2019

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N006

USAID / Sierra Leone

Women Empowered For

Leadership And

Development (WELD)

Project Performance

Evaluation

10.16.2019

https://dec.usaid.gov/dec/content/Detail_Presto.asp

x?ctID=ODVhZjk4NWQtM2YyMi00YjRmLTkxNjk

tZTcxMjM2NDBmY2Uy&rID=NTUyMDUw&inr=

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3d&bckToL=

N007

Southern Africa Regional

Accountability and rule of

Law Assessment (SBU)

6.13.2019

https://dec.usaid.gov/dec/content/Detail_Presto.asp

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tZTcxMjM2NDBmY2Uy&rID=NTIxMzg3&inr=VHJ

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N007

Regional Report Rule Of

Law And Accountability

Assessment For Southern

Africa (SBU)

7.6.2020

https://dec.usaid.gov/dec/content/Detail_Presto.asp

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tZTcxMjM2NDBmY2Uy&rID=NTY0NjE0&inr=VH

J1ZQ%3d%3d&dc=YWRk&rrtc=VHJ1ZQ%3d%3d&

bckToL=

N008

Select Gender-Based

Violence Literature

Reviews: Village Savings

And Loan Associations

And Intimate Partner

Violence

7.2.2020

https://dec.usaid.gov/dec/content/Detail_Presto.asp

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tZTcxMjM2NDBmY2Uy&rID=NTY0NTU1&inr=V

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N008

Select Gender-Based

Violence Literature

Reviews: Violence Against

Women In The Informal

Sector

7.9.2020

https://dec.usaid.gov/dec/content/Detail_Presto.asp

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tZTcxMjM2NDBmY2Uy&rID=NTY0NzAy&inr=V

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onto DEC URL

N008

Select Gender-Based

Violence Literature

Reviews: Gender-Based

Violence In The Mena

Among Religious And

Other Minorities In

Conflict Settings

7.17.2020

https://dec.usaid.gov/dec/content/Detail_Presto.asp

x?ctID=ODVhZjk4NWQtM2YyMi00YjRmLTkxNjk

tZTcxMjM2NDBmY2Uy&rID=NTY0OTgy&inr=V

HJ1ZQ%3d%3d&dc=YWRk&rrtc=VHJ1ZQ%3d%3

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N008

Select Gender-Based

Violence Literature

Reviews Women’s

Economic Participation In

North Africa

9.15.2020

https://dec.usaid.gov/dec/content/Detail_Presto.asp

x?ctID=ODVhZjk4NWQtM2YyMi00YjRmLTkxNjk

tZTcxMjM2NDBmY2Uy&rID=NTcxMDAz&inr=V

HJ1ZQ%3d%3d&dc=YWRk&rrtc=VHJ1ZQ%3d%3

d&bckToL=

N008

Select Gender-Based

Violence Literature

Reviews The Impact Of

Information

Communication

Technologies On Gender-

Based Violence

7.31.2020

https://dec.usaid.gov/dec/content/Detail_Presto.asp

x?ctID=ODVhZjk4NWQtM2YyMi00YjRmLTkxNjk

tZTcxMjM2NDBmY2Uy&rID=NTY1MzI4&inr=VH

J1ZQ%3d%3d&dc=YWRk&rrtc=VHJ1ZQ%3d%3d&

bckToL=

N008

Select Gender-Based

Violence Literature

Reviews Engaging Faith

And Community Leaders

In Interventions To End

Child, Early And Forced

Marriage: A Systematic

Review Of What Is

Working

8.10.2020

https://dec.usaid.gov/dec/content/Detail_Presto.asp

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tZTcxMjM2NDBmY2Uy&rID=NTY1NjMw&inr=V

HJ1ZQ%3d%3d&dc=YWRk&rrtc=VHJ1ZQ%3d%3

d&bckToL=

N008

Select Gender-Based

Violence Literature

Reviews Conflict And

Post-Conflict Interventions

To Reduce Conflict-

Related Sexual Violence

And Advance Survivor

Recovery

8.31.2020

https://dec.usaid.gov/dec/content/Detail_Presto.asp

x?ctID=ODVhZjk4NWQtM2YyMi00YjRmLTkxNjk

tZTcxMjM2NDBmY2Uy&rID=NTcwNTkw&inr=V

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onto DEC URL

N008

Select Gender-Based

Violence Literature

Reviews Corporal

Punishment In Schools In

Low-Income Countries: An

Evidence Review

9.28.2020

https://dec.usaid.gov/dec/content/Detail_Presto.asp

x?ctID=ODVhZjk4NWQtM2YyMi00YjRmLTkxNjk

tZTcxMjM2NDBmY2Uy&rID=NTcxNTA3&inr=V

HJ1ZQ%3d%3d&dc=YWRk&rrtc=VHJ1ZQ%3d%3

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N008

Select Gender-Based

Violence Literature

Reviews Access To Justice

Institutions

11.2.2020

https://dec.usaid.gov/dec/content/Detail_Presto.asp

x?ctID=ODVhZjk4NWQtM2YyMi00YjRmLTkxNjk

tZTcxMjM2NDBmY2Uy&rID=NTcyNTUy&inr=V

HJ1ZQ%3d%3d&dc=YWRk&rrtc=VHJ1ZQ%3d%3

d&bckToL=

N008

Select Gender-Based

Violence Literature

Reviews: The Effectiveness

Of One-Stop GBV

Resource Centers

12.21.2020

https://dec.usaid.gov/dec/content/Detail_Presto.asp

x?ctID=ODVhZjk4NWQtM2YyMi00YjRmLTkxNjk

tZTcxMjM2NDBmY2Uy&rID=NTc0MTY0&inr=V

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N009 Standard DRG Country

Data Portrait Bangladesh 7.19.2019

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Data Portrait Burma 7.19.2019

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Data Portrait Central Asia 7.19.2019

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N009 Standard DRG Country

Data Portrait Guatemala 7.19.2019

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bckToL=

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Data Portrait Haiti 7.19.2019

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tZTcxMjM2NDBmY2Uy&rID=NTIyOTcz&inr=VHJ

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bckToL=

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Data Portrait Jordan 7.19.2019

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tZTcxMjM2NDBmY2Uy&rID=NTIyOTg5&inr=VH

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bckToL=

N009 Standard DRG Country

Data Portrait Kazakhstan 7.19.2019

https://dec.usaid.gov/dec/content/Detail_Presto.asp

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tZTcxMjM2NDBmY2Uy&rID=NTIyOTc0&inr=VH

J1ZQ%3d%3d&dc=YWRk&rrtc=VHJ1ZQ%3d%3d&

bckToL=

N009 Standard DRG Country

Data Portrait Kosovo 7.19.2019

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tZTcxMjM2NDBmY2Uy&rID=NTIyOTc1&inr=VH

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N009 Standard DRG Country

Data Portrait Kyrgyzstan 7.19.2019

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Turkmenistan

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Data Portrait Vietnam 7.19.2019

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Data Portrait Zambia 7.19.2019

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Data Portrait on Mali 9.9.2019

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Data Portrait on Pakistan 9.9.2019

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Colombia 9.9.2019

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Data Portrait on Mexico 9.9.2019

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N009 Standard DRG Country

Data Portrait on Jamaica 9.9.2019

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N009 Standard DRG Country

Data Portrait on Peru 9.9.2019

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Standard DRG Country

Data Portrait on

Mozambique

10.21.2019

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N009 Standard DRG Country

Data Portrait on Georgia 10.21.2019

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Data Portrait on

Macedonia

10.21.2019

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N009

Standard DRG Country

Data Portrait on South

Africa

10.21.2019

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Digital Society Project:

Threat or Tool? Online

Media in Authoritarian

Regimes

4.24.2020

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N009 Sequences of Democracy

and Development 10.15.2020

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N010

Final Report: Jordan

Democracy, Human Rights,

and Governance

Assessment (SBU)

7.22.2019

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N011

Final Report: Bangladesh

Democracy, Human Rights,

and Governance

Assessment (SBU)

10.14.2019

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Performance Evaluation Of

The Information Safety

And Capacity (ISC) Project

(SBU)

1.23.2020

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N013

Final Report: Sierra Leone

Democracy, Human Rights,

and Governance

Assessment (SBU)

12.16.2019

https://dec.usaid.gov/dec/content/Detail_Presto.asp

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N015

Information and Decision-

Making among Sub-Saharan

African Migrants Travelling

to Europe through Libya

3.9.2020

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N016

Human Trafficking,

Smuggling and Governance

in Libya: Implications for

Stability and Programming

(Short Report)

9.21.2020

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N016

Human Trafficking,

Smuggling and Governance

in Libya: Implications for

Stability and Programming

(Long Report)

11.10.2020

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N017

Final Report: Georgia

Democracy, Human Rights,

and Governance

Assessment (SBU)

4.13.2020

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N018

Impact Evaluation Of

USAID/Cambodia

Countering Trafficking In

Persons (CTIP) Program:

Infographic

12.03.2020

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Final Report: Senegal

Democracy, Human Rights,

and Governance

Assessment (SBU)

11.27.2019

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N022

Strengthening Eurasian

News (SEN) Performance

Evaluation (SBU)

3.23.2020

https://dec.usaid.gov/dec/content/Detail_Presto.asp

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tZTcxMjM2NDBmY2Uy&rID=NTU5NzU3&inr=V

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N026

Nigeria Democracy,

Human Rights, and

Governance Assessment

Final Report (SBU)

4.22.2020

https://dec.usaid.gov/dec/content/Detail_Presto.asp

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Nigeria Democracy,

Human Rights, And

Governance Assessment –

Final Report (SBU)

8.27.2020

https://dec.usaid.gov/dec/content/Detail_Presto.asp

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tZTcxMjM2NDBmY2Uy&rID=NTY2MTYx&inr=V

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N028

Final Report – Democracy,

Human Rights, and

Governance Sector

Review: Ecuador

3.27.2020

https://dec.usaid.gov/dec/content/Detail_Presto.asp

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tZTcxMjM2NDBmY2Uy&rID=NTU5OTYx&inr=V

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N030

Strengthening Civil Society

Globally (SCS GLOBAL)

Performance Evaluation

8.31.2020

https://dec.usaid.gov/dec/content/Detail_Presto.asp

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tZTcxMjM2NDBmY2Uy&rID=NTcwNTkz&inr=V

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N032

Final Report: Benin

Democracy, Human Rights,

and Governance

Assessment (SBU)

4.30.2020

https://dec.usaid.gov/dec/content/Detail_Presto.asp

x?ctID=ODVhZjk4NWQtM2YyMi00YjRmLTkxNjk

tZTcxMjM2NDBmY2Uy&rID=NTYxNDQ0&inr=V

HJ1ZQ%3d%3d&dc=YWRk&rrtc=VHJ1ZQ%3d%3

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