About the Event
IDEAL is inviting organizations engaged in emergency and non-emergency food and nutrition security activities to apply for a Qualitative M&E Program Improvement Award. This RFA is soliciting applications that strengthen the capacity of USAID Title II implementers to incorporate qualitative analysis into monitoring and evaluation. Applications will support the development, testing, packaging, and sharing of processes, systems, and tools to improve qualitative data collection, analysis, and utilization in support of USAID Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance strategy and policy. For each grant, IDEAL will award no more than $100,000 US dollars for up to 12 months of implementation.
Please join IDEAL to learn about the Qualitative M&E Program Improvement Award RFA, the application process, and selection criteria, and to better understand the former FFP (BHA) Policy and Guidance for Monitoring, Evaluation, and Reporting for Development Food Security Activities V2.0 released in May 2020. This webinar will provide participants with essential information about IDEAL’s Small Grant Program and an improved understanding of priority areas for qualitative monitoring and discrete studies. Attendees will have time at the end of the webinar to ask remaining questions about the Qualitative M&E Program Improvement Award RFA.
- Karyn Fox, Qualitative Research and Resilience Specialist - IDEAL
- Austen Musso, Small Grants Manager – IDEAL
- Hillary Cook, Monitoring and Evaluation Advisor, USAID Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance
- Nancy Peek, Regional Monitoring and Evaluation Advisor, USAID Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance
- Chris Riggs, Organizational Learning Specialist - IDEAL