CLIENT: USAID’s Bureau for Economic Growth, Education and Environment, Office of Land and Urban (LU)
COUNTRY: Philippines, Sri Lanka, Vietnam
SERVICE: Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning
SECTOR: Democracy & Governance, Economic Growth, Energy, Food Security, Gender
PROJECT LENGTH: September 2017 – September 2022
Working as a sub-contractor to Development Innovations Group, QED provided short-term technical assistance and M&E support to the administration of the Municipal Waste Recycling Program (MWRP) task order under the Making Cities Work IDIQ funded by the USAID Office of Land and Urban.
The purpose of Making Cities Work is to provide access to short- and long-term technical services, training, and capacity-building in areas related to improving urban and local governance. Making Cities Work enables USAID Missions and Washington Bureaus to address the challenges and opportunities presented by the unprecedented pace of urbanization around the world and support USAID’s implementation of the Agency’s Sustainable Service Delivery in an Increasingly Urbanized World policy.
Making Cities Work can provide technical assistance in five functional areas –
In addition to these five technical areas, Making Cities Work can undertake these additional activities:
Learn more here.