Program Design and Implementation
Cutting corners in program design and planning is a recipe for disaster. Majority of development programs fail due to flaws in their design and poor planning. Quality of project design affects the project performance. Quality project design takes into consideration all aspects of planning including project objectives, stakeholder engagement, benefits mapping, risk assessment, capacity of organizations to implement programs as well as the actual plan (schedule) itself.
Strong performance management systems enhances learning, promotes accountability and ensures effective use of resources in implementation. Yet most of these systems are weak and not aligned with the organizations objectives and program results.
Devimpact provides state-of-the-art services to plan and design successful programs. Our approach is research based, taking into account local contexts and demands, as well as employing our technical expertise to achieve high quality programs. We design sustainability into programs, focusing on local ownership and private sector buy-in when appropriate.
Results-based Program Design
Working with project design teams and local stakeholders to design projects and programs with clear, realistic, achievable and measurable development outcomes to improve program impact.
Project Quality Reviews
Reviewing project designs to improve program delivery and ensure effective project management processes are being utilized.
Performance Management Systems
Designing and implementing performance monitoring and evaluation systems so that projects teams track the progress of their projects and assess them against planned results in order to achieve maximum impact and enhance learning and accountability.
Monitoring Capacity Development
Carrying out M&E capacity assessment to determine M&E gaps in the organization and building performance management capacity for programs, projects, donors and implementing partners.