We invite you to get acquainted with some of our recent projects.
- Development of a Monitoring System for the National Foundation for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NFPCC). PCC designed a monitoring system for the project “Compass for Childhood,” funded by USAID. In close collaboration with the project team we developed and defined key indicators, identified the baseline and target values, created forms and procedures for data collection, prepared Excel spreadsheets to compile data, and wrote a monitoring manual for project staff. (2011)
- UNDP-Kosovo Country Program Evaluation. PCC’s work covered the period from 2005 through 2010. During that time UNDP implemented several dozen projects ranging from construction of houses and small business development to protection of the rights of women and support of nongovernmental organizations. Our evaluation team included two consultants from our Moscow office and one local consultant from Pristina. (2010)
- “School of Patients” Project Evaluation. PCC’s review involved work in 52 of Russia’s 80 regions. The Russian Red Cross implemented the project in collaboration with the Foundation for Cross-Sectoral Collaboration and the Community of People Living With AIDS, with funds from the Russian Ministry of Health. (2010)
- Development of Monitoring and Evaluation Systems for the Foundation “Development of Ukraine.” This is one of the major private foundations in Ukraine. (2010)
- Evaluation of the UNDP RBEC Regional Program (2006–2009). This program was implemented in 30 countries in Central and Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States. Our evaluation team included two international consultants from our Moscow office and seven consultants from other CIS countries. Evaluation report is available online at the UNDP website. (2009-2010)
- Programs of Regional Development in Tajikistan, implemented by UNDP. PCC provided several consultations on developing program monitoring systems. (2009)
- Evaluation of ILO’s “Decent Work Country Program” (2006–2009) in Kyrgyzstan. In addition to our international consultant, PCC’s evaluation team included a local consultant and a representative of the ILO evaluation office from Geneva. Evaluation report is available online at the ILO website. (2009)