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Save The Children


The Implementer-Led Evaluation and Learning (IMPEL) Associate Award works to improve the design and implementation of the USAID Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance-funded resilience food security activities (RFSAs) through evaluations and knowledge sharing. Funded by the USAID's Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance, IMPEL gathers information and knowledge in order to measure the performance of RFSAs, strengthen accountability, and improve guidance and policy. IMPEL is led by Save the Children and implemented by a consortium that includes Tulane University and TANGO International.

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What We Do

IMPEL works to help the food security community and USAID to design activities and modify existing activities in ways that bolster performance, efficiency, and effectiveness.

Meet The Team

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Maja Persson

Communications & Knowledge Management Advisor

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Tom Spangler

Activity Director

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Mohamoud Ahmed

Specialist, Award Management