VTT has an extensive experience in monitoring, assessment and evaluation of projects in various development sector domains including:

1.            Education

2.            Health

3.            Hygiene and WASH

4.            Livelihoods

5.            Disaster management and risk reduction

 

Throughout the years, in partnership and autonomously, VTT has successfully executed, numerous M&E assignments for public institutions and international development organizations including USAID, DFID, British High Commission (BHC), Management Systems International (MSI), American Institutes of Research (AIR), ACTED, Abt Associates, and GIZ.

 

We have successfully executed 15+ M&E assignments for projects such as; Power Distribution Program and Sindh Reading Program for USAID, Education Fund for Sindh for DFID, and Girls Primary Education for UNWFP, amongst others. During the course of these assignments, VTT was able to reach out to 20,000+ beneficiaries, through 750+ on-field resources, and 180,000+ surveys. Majority of the assignments incorporated household surveys and Key Informant Interviews (KIIs) pertaining to project participants and implementing agencies. Some of the assignments were short-term ranging from 1-4 months, whilst large-scale projects lasted over a year.

 

Some of the Instruments prepared by VTT include Media Campaign FGD, Livelihoods and Food Security Tool, NFIs Survey Questionnaire, Agriculture Inputs & Livestock Distribution Questionnaire, Health Sector Instrument, Shelter Survey Tool, WASH Survey Tool, RH Services & Supplies Tool, KAP Survey Tool for assessment of hygiene sessions, Medical Camps FGD, Cash Coupons Survey Tool, and a Nutrition Program Assessment Tool.

 

Developing rigorous evaluation protocols and tools is a priority across donor agencies, highlighted in evaluation policies at USAID, DFID, World Bank, and other international public and private partners. VTT Global works to ensure that monitoring and evaluation strategies are tailored according to specific program/project needs, and that data is collected through systematic protocols and recorded, transcribed, and reported accurately.