USAID YouthPower: Evidence & Evaluation IDIQ – ME&A
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USAID YouthPower: Evidence and Evaluation IDIQ Contract

ME&A is a prime contractor to USAID on the YouthPower: Evidence and Evaluation Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Contract to research and evaluate youth programming and facilitate technical leadership and dissemination of knowledge in the field of positive youth development.

The YouthPower: Evidence and Evaluation IDIQ covers a range of functions related to the design, evaluation, research, knowledge management, learning, and communications of cross-sectoral youth development programming.

Activities under this IDIQ include designing, managing, and publishing impact evaluations in a variety of international settings; designing, conducting, and publishing performance evaluations; and design and implementation of cross-sectoral youth assessments.

Potential activities include establishing data collection and monitoring procedures and systems as well as capacity development, training, and technical assistance in design, monitoring, and evaluation. The contract also supports knowledge management (KM) initiatives including information and communications technologies (ICT), new media, and research in international cross-sectoral youth development.

Contact: Mirela McDonald, IQC Manager

ME&A helps engage youth in driving meaningful change