Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning

At Dalberg, evaluation goes beyond reporting and accountability to the bigger picture: value creation. Without a focused learning agenda, mistakes are likely to be repeated and efficiencies unrealized; that’s why Dalberg partners with clients, networks, and emerging industries to develop fit for purpose monitoring, evaluation, and learning tools.  We build results measurement strategies, actionable learning agendas, and robust evaluation methodologies; we’ll develop evaluation strategies, lead and coordinate learning agendas, and conduct strategic reviews or rigorous evaluations. 



Kanishka Bhattacharya

Kanishka is an Associate Partner with Dalberg based in Mumbai. He advises private and public sector partners on strategy, strategy planning and management, market analysis, and monitoring and evaluation.



Dayoung Lee

Dayoung Lee is an Associate Partner with Dalberg Advisors based in Mumbai, and a co-lead of the Education to Employment Practice. Her other focus areas include early childhood and youth development, gender, health, ICT and monitoring, evaluation & learning (MEL). She enjoys working at the intersection of strategy and human-centered design and is excited about leveraging technology to enhance and scale impact.

2018 Global Off-Grid Solar Market Trends Report released

A new report released today by the World Bank Group’s Lighting Global Program, Dalberg Advisors and GOGLA finds that the global off-grid solar industry has taken a leap in the past year to help developing countries reach their energy access goals. Dalberg estimates that, to date, the off-grid solar sector has provided improved electricity to as many as 360 million people.

Furthering Sleeping Sickness Control Efforts

We worked with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to re-evaluate its strategy to further sleeping sickness (Human African Trypanosomiasis, TB gambiense) control efforts, and determine the potential of a push to disease elimination.

Surveying Smallholder Tea Farmers' Responses to Frost Mitigation

As part of USAID and NASA’s SERVIR initiative, we conducted a survey of 425 smallholder tea farmers in Kericho and Nandi Hills, Kenya, to examine their current behavior towards frost mitigation and response, and their perceptions as to the potential value of frost monitoring technology.

Studying Smallholder Farmers' Use of Financial Services in Kenya

We conducted a benchmark study for Mercy Corps on the use of financial services by smallholder farmers in Kenya who live on under $2.5 a day. The research focused on the pain points that prevent them from achieving financial health, and their current uses and perceptions of technology.

Studying How Policies and Regulations Affect Healthcare

We conducted country landscape assessments in Kenya and Ethiopia to understand how policies and regulations affecting healthcare were created. We identified key influencers of health policies, evaluated how advocacy strategies can be most influential, and developed a theory of change and results framework for those strategies.

Reviewing the African Development Bank's Decentralization Roadmap

We completed a mid-term review of the African Development Bank's Decentralization Roadmap to assess its progress and impact. We conducted in-person interviews, surveys of clients and staff in 39 countries, and quantitative analyses to assess the impact of changes on the institution's work.
 

Defining the Process of Institutionalizing Deworming Programs

We helped Children's Investment Fund Foundation define and understand the process of institutionalizing deworming programs. We created a framework to evaluate the institutionalization of deworming programs, and to signal the potential sustainability of the project after the funding cycle has ended.



CJ Fonzi

CJ Fonzi is a Partner at Dalberg Advisors and Dalberg's Kigali Office Director.  CJ's expertise is in inclusive economic growth, impact investing, and program evaluation.  CJ works across sectors and has a depth of experience in Agriculture, Financial Services, and ICT.   He has worked with public and private sector investors, bi- and multi-lateral donors, non-profits, and multinational companies.  CJ’s has worked in over 25 countries, and has lived in the India, South Africa, the United States, and Rwanda.