CTC has a rich experience of using innovative models for monitoring and evaluation of the diverse horizons of the development field. The underpinning remains participation and mutual learning for continuous performance improvement and quality service delivery.

Quality services in PPME enables a client to improve the quality and effectiveness of its services besides bringing in cost efficiency. Proper research at the different stages of a project strengthens the basis of an anticipated quality impact.

Services under PPME are as follows:

  • Annual / Operational Planning
  • Project / Programme Planning
  • Monitoring of Projects and Programmes
  • Strategic Planning
  • Costing & Budgeting
  • Third party Monitoring
  • Desk Reviews
  • Project Reviews
  • Process / Spot Check Evaluations
  • Post Project Evaluations
  • Mid Term Reviews
  • Monitoring and Evaluation Systems / Frameworks for Organizations / Projects
  • Bench-marking and Indicators development

Given below is a list of its successfully completed assignments pertaining to its participatory planning, monitoring and evaluation services.

Name of Client Brief Intro to Assignment Geographical Location
MDF – Holland- 2008 External Evaluation of Strategic Programme Objective-14 of UNESCO (HQ), Paris Kabul, Bamyan (Afghanistan)
Action Aid- 2008 Review to assess the efficacy of project partners and their interventions and also to identify future course of action for 18 local CSOs across KP for the agenda of Human right, food security and gender. KPK
Action Aid- 2009 Evaluation of DA 16 in Swabi to assess its compliance with the contextual needs and strategic priorities of Actionaid Swabi
UNICEF/GoP-2009 Monitoring of the training cycle of the polio campaigns was undertaken in 12 districts and towns of Pakistan to assess the gaps and suggest for improving the curricula, the methodology and organization of trainings
CHA- 2009 Project mid term review undertaken in Herat, and kabul to assess the progress and the direction of project. The project ICIDL was focusing on the institutional capacities of community partners in health and livelihood sector. Herat and Kabul, Afghanistan
FAO-2010 Impact Evaluation of Emergency Assistance to Crop Production and Livestock Support in Flood affected areas of Balochistan and Sindh 5 districts of Sindh and Balochistan
Lok Sanjh -2010 Evaluation of Reconstruction of Houses, Schools and Water Supply Schemes in Bagh, Kashmir.
Misereor/LokSanjh- 2010 Evaluation of Reconstruction of Houses, Schools and Water Supply Schemes in Bagh, Kashmir. Bagh, Kashmir
Relief International- 2012 End of Project Evaluation of Food for peace Project (funded by USAID) 2 tehsils of District Bhakkar
Save the Children- 2012 Mid Term Evaluation as well as Post distribution monitoring (PDM) were undertaken to assess the overall effectiveness and impact of project and also to see the appropriateness of distribution process for Pakistan Emergency Food Security Alliance (PEFSA)
ITAD- 2013 Review of Oxfam GB and its PPA fund for ITAD consulting which was contracted by the main contractor i.e. Coffey International.
OXFAM GB- 2013 End of Project Evaluation of “Emergency WASH Response for IDP and Host Families of Orakzai and Kurram Agencies in District Kohat” Kohat
UNHCR- 2013 Monitoring & Evaluation of RAHA projects in Balochistan. Total 71 projects studied for performance, results, relevance, effectiveness and sustainability. (Dec 2012 till April 2013) Balochistan
Save the Children – 2013 Final Evaluation of PEFSA undertaken to assess the overall effectiveness and impact of project and also to see the appropriateness of interventions
FAO- 2014 Annual review and evaluation of the performance of FMCs to suggest future interventions for FAO’s Agriculture Project in 6 districts of Balochistan. The project focuses on improving skills of farmers marketing collectives (FMCs). This assignment is an The assignment is repeated annually since 2012.
LCDDP-1- 2014 Final Evaluation of USAID funded project of Leonard Cheshire Disability 4 districts of KP
Land O’ Lakes- 2014 Final Evaluation of US Department of Agriculture funded project, “Food For Education” in 183 schools / villages of District Jacobabad 3 Tehsils of Jacobabad
Better Cotton Initiative- 2014 Impact study was undertaken for Better Cotton Initiative (UK) for its project „Decent Work in Cotton Producing Areas of Pakistan‟ implemented by its partner organization, WWF-P. Bahawalpur, Sukkar, Lahore
Pakistan Eye International NGO Forum (PEIF)- 2015 Evaluation to assess the efficacy, relevance, efficiency, cost effectiveness and sustainability of PICO’s training programs, role of PICO as the Provincial Comprehensive Eye Care (CEC) Cell, Financial evaluation of PICO programs, Organizational assessment in areas of Institutional Governance, Management and Financial Management. Peshawar KPK
Save the Children- 2015 End line Evaluation of Muskoka Initiative Partnership Program “Improving Community Health in District Swabi, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa“. The assignment was for the duration of 50 days starting from March 18, 2015. Save the Children International (SCI) in collaboration with CIDA is implementing a three-year integrated Community Case Management (iCCM) of malaria, penumonia, diarrhea, and malnutrition project in District Swabi, KPK. Activities conducted were: Review of methodology, questionnaire and develop protocol, develop study tool, translate and develop training manual, training of the enumerators and supervisors with tool pretesting, data collection/supervision and monitoring in the field, data entry and clean dataset, data analysis, report writing and final report District Swabi, KPK
WINROCK International- 2015 Final Project Evaluation of PACCD for WINROCK International for the duration of March 18, 2015 to October 2, 2015. Quetta, Gwadar, Chaman, Lasbela etc (Balochistan)
OXAM Novib-2015 End Line Survey for “Enhancing Quality and Access to TVET for Employability (EQUATE) Project“, funded by EU in Khairpur, Dadu and Jamshoro districts of Sindh for the duration of August 11, 2015 to October 11, 2015 Khairpur, Dadu and Jamshoro Districts, Sindh


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