ECODIT to Implement USAID Sri Lanka and Maldives MODEL Activity

USAID/Sri Lanka and Maldives has awarded ECODIT the Monitor, Document, Evaluate, and Learn (MODEL) Activity. MODEL is a five-year, $7.2 million project that will advance USAID/Sri Lanka and Maldives’ learning agenda through inclusive, fact-based monitoring, evaluating, reporting, and outreach.

Through MODEL, ECODIT and its subcontractor, the Institute for Development Impact (I4DI), will provide services and build capacity in a wide range of monitoring, evaluation, and learning (MEL) functions for USAID/Sri Lanka and Maldives, including documentation for reporting and outreach. MODEL will facilitate learning, disseminate key development results and best practices, and recommend opportunities for programmatic adaptation.

“ECODIT is pleased to partner with USAID/Sri Lanka and Maldives to strengthen the Mission as a learning organization and to build local capacity to provide MEL services. We are excited to support USAID to enhance development results and to contribute to Sri Lanka’s development as a democratic, inclusive, and self-reliant Indo-Pacific partner,” said ECODIT President Roula Attar.

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