ME&A Evaluates USAID-Funded Economic Governance and Leadership Project in Georgia
ME&A is conducting a midterm performance evaluation of Governing for Growth (G4G), a USAID-funded program aimed at improving Georgia’s economic governance and leadership in the areas of business enabling environment, water resource management, and energy trading policy through:
- Supporting inclusive and constructive dialogue among Government of Georgia (GoG), private sector, and civil society stakeholders
- Strengthening the capacity of GoG to implement and enforce reforms
- Improving water resource management across multiple interests
- Improving economic governance and leadership of energy trading policy, including cross-border trading of electricity
- Strengthening the capacity of private sector and civil society actors to advocate for reforms
ME&A’s evaluation is assessing the strengths and weaknesses of G4G and making recommendations for improving business enabling environment, water resource management, and energy trading policy interventions.
USAID/Georgia awarded ME&A this task order under the USAID/Georgia Evaluation Mechanism Indefinite Quantity Contract to provide evaluation, monitoring, and assessment services for the Mission.