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Assignment #: [assigned by GH Pro]
Global Health Program Cycle Improvement Project (GH Pro)

Contract No. AID-OAA-C-14-00067
EVALUATION OR ANALYTIC ACTIVITY STATEMENT OF WORK (SOW)

Date of Submission:

Last update:
INSTRUCTIONS: Complete this template in MS Word to develop a SOW an evaluation, assessment, or other analytic activity. Please be as thorough as possible in completing this SOW. Your GH Pro technical advisor and project management team will assist you in finalizing your SOW.
Some of the sections below have been pre-populated with information that is common to most analytic activities. Please review these details and edit as needed to fit the needs of your specific analytic activity.
Refer to the USAID How-To Note: Evaluation SOW and the Evaluation SOW: Good Practice Examples when developing your SOW.

I.TITLE:




II.Requester / Client


USAID/Washington

Office/Division: /
USAID Country or Regional Mission

Mission/Division: /

III.Funding Account Source(s): (Click on box(es) to indicate source of payment for this assignment)


 3.1.1 HIV

 3.1.2 TB

 3.1.3 Malaria

 3.1.4 PIOET

 3.1.5 Other public health threats

 3.1.6 MCH

 3.1.7 FP/RH

 3.1.8 WSSH

 3.1.9 Nutrition

 3.2.0 Other (specify):



IV.Cost Estimate: (Note: GH Pro will provide a cost estimate based on this SOW)


V.Performance Period


Expected Start Date (on or about):

Anticipated End Date (on or about):

VI.Location(s) of Assignment: (Indicate where work will be performed)







VII.Type of Analytic Activity (Check the box to indicate the type of analytic activity)


EVALUATION:

Performance Evaluation (Check timing of data collection)

 Midterm  Endline  Other (specify):

Performance evaluations focus on descriptive and normative questions: what a particular project or program has achieved (either at an intermediate point in execution or at the conclusion of an implementation period); how it is being implemented; how it is perceived and valued; whether expected results are occurring; and other questions that are pertinent to program design, management and operational decision making. Performance evaluations often incorporate before-after comparisons, but generally lack a rigorously defined counterfactual.
Impact Evaluation (Check timing(s) of data collection)

 Baseline  Midterm  Endline  Other (specify):

Impact evaluations measure the change in a development outcome that is attributable to a defined intervention; impact evaluations are based on models of cause and effect and require a credible and rigorously defined counterfactual to control for factors other than the intervention that might account for the observed change. Impact evaluations in which comparisons are made between beneficiaries that are randomly assigned to either a treatment or a control group provide the strongest evidence of a relationship between the intervention under study and the outcome measured.
OTHER ANALYTIC ACTIVITIES

Assessment

Assessments are designed to examine country and/or sector context to inform project design, or as an informal review of projects.
Costing and/or Economic Analysis

Costing and Economic Analysis can identify, measure, value and cost an intervention or program. It can be an assessment or evaluation, with or without a comparative intervention/program.
Other Analytic Activity (Specify)







PEPFAR EVALUATIONS (PEPFAR Evaluation Standards of Practice 2014)

Note: If PEPFAR funded, check the box for type of evaluation
Process Evaluation (Check timing of data collection)

 Midterm  Endline  Other (specify):

Process Evaluation focuses on program or intervention implementation, including, but not limited to access to services, whether services reach the intended population, how services are delivered, client satisfaction and perceptions about needs and services, management practices. In addition, a process evaluation might provide an understanding of cultural, socio-political, legal, and economic context that affect implementation of the program or intervention. For example: Are activities delivered as intended, and are the right participants being reached? (PEPFAR Evaluation Standards of Practice 2014)
Outcome Evaluation

Outcome Evaluation determines if and by how much, intervention activities or services achieved their intended outcomes. It focuses on outputs and outcomes (including unintended effects) to judge program effectiveness, but may also assess program process to understand how outcomes are produced. It is possible to use statistical techniques in some instances when control or comparison groups are not available (e.g., for the evaluation of a national program). Example of question asked: To what extent are desired changes occurring due to the program, and who is benefiting? (PEPFAR Evaluation Standards of Practice 2014)
Impact Evaluation (Check timing(s) of data collection)

 Baseline  Midterm  Endline  Other (specify):

Impact evaluations measure the change in an outcome that is attributable to a defined intervention by comparing actual impact to what would have happened in the absence of the intervention (the counterfactual scenario). IEs are based on models of cause and effect and require a rigorously defined counterfactual to control for factors other than the intervention that might account for the observed change. There are a range of accepted approaches to applying a counterfactual analysis, though IEs in which comparisons are made between beneficiaries that are randomly assigned to either an intervention or a control group provide the strongest evidence of a relationship between the intervention under study and the outcome measured to demonstrate impact.
Economic Evaluation (PEPFAR)

Economic Evaluations identifies, measures, values and compares the costs and outcomes of alternative interventions. Economic evaluation is a systematic and transparent framework for assessing efficiency focusing on the economic costs and outcomes of alternative programs or interventions. This framework is based on a comparative analysis of both the costs (resources consumed) and outcomes (health, clinical, economic) of programs or interventions. Main types of economic evaluation are cost-minimization analysis (CMA), cost-effectiveness analysis (CEA), cost-benefit analysis (CBA) and cost-utility analysis (CUA). Example of question asked: What is the cost-effectiveness of this intervention in improving patient outcomes as compared to other treatment models?



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