SBAIC Newsletter Highlights ME&A's Adapting of Digital Best Practices for COVID-19 Crisis – ME&A
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SBAIC Newsletter Highlights ME&A’s Adapting of Digital Best Practices for COVID-19 Crisis

SBAIC Newsletter Highlights ME&A’s Adapting of Digital Best Practices for COVID-19 Crisis

ME&A’s adapting of digital best practices for operating during the COVID-19 pandemic was recently featured in the Small Business Association for International Companies (SBAIC) Newsletter.

The article includes quotes from ME&A President and CEO Thomas England on ME&A’s use of these digital innovations to support the “L” in learning for USAID’s response to COVID-19’s devastating impacts. USAID’s Bureau for Global Health recently awarded ME&A a five-year contract to provide Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning (MEL) support for health-related projects worldwide, including combating infectious diseases, such as COVID-19.

The SBAIC article also discusses how even before COVID-19, ME&A increasingly relied on digital monitoring and data collection as a regular mode of operation for our MEL portfolio, and how these innovations lower costs and reduce the need to send experts overseas on assignment. Currently, ME&A has completed more than 150 evaluations and assessments for USAID, the U.S. Department of State, and the World Bank.