Monitoring & Evaluation, FATA

Monitoring & Evaluation, FATA

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Narrative description of Project:

The project covers 'Monitoring and Evaluation' services for the US$ 290 Million USAID funded 'Quick Impact Projects QIP' covering the entire FATA.

The project scope included:

  • Nearly 500km of Roads
  • 9 Small Dams
  • Over 500km Rehabilitation of Power Lines
  • Up-gradation of a 60kv to 132kv and other Infrastructure

Description of actual services provided in the assignment:

Core services include Design vetting, third party monitoring of construction quality and progress for 497 km of Roads, 9 Dams, 500 km of rehabilitation of power lines and new grid station; Additional key services included payment certification against pre-agreed milestones, a review and approval of design, costings, PC-I approvals and technical assistance to COTR/USAID for emerging tasks, Conducting necessary field visits, topographic surveys (providing as-built situation with all utilities and relevant information), Geo-technical investigations and tests. Also, detailed designing and supervision of water sanitation & hygiene (wash) component

Services also call for ensuring a baseline survey, mid-term evaluation and an end of project evaluation. Relevant components included Design Vetting of Feasibility Study Report foe Khundiwam Irrigation Scheme and Dhana Weir. Design vetting Monitoring and Evaluation of Amandarrah headworks.

Name of Client: 

  • USAID

Project Duration/ Timeline: 

December 2009 to December 2014

Approx. value of the contract: 

US$10.3 Million

Location: 

  • Khyber Pakhtunkhwa