For Propelling IDinsight’s Strategy In East And West Africa

IDinsight generates and helps policymakers use evidence to inform decision making. This grant will help IDinsight broaden and deepen its work in East and West Africa on three domains. First, IDinsight will extend its partnership with Ghana’s Ministry of Education and Ministry of Monitoring and Evaluation in incorporating remedial education into the government’s Free Senior High School program. Second, IDinsight will identify African organizations in Kenya, Ghana, and Senegal that can serve as efficient entry points for further government engagement. Third, IDinsight will respond to opportunities with East and West African governments that align with its strategy.
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for general operating support  
IDinsight designs, deploys, and promotes evidence-generating tools designed to help organizations to combat poverty worldwide. The organization’s guiding principle is to inform decision makers’ priorities, maximizing rigor with decision makers’ budgetary, time, and operational constraints. IDinsight’s goals include building long partnerships that help governments improve specific policies and programs while simultaneously building their capacity to use evidence; expanding its data innovation work (including survey infrastructure that allows for data collection faster and at 10-50% of the cost of traditional surveys); and sharing its tools and learnings with others. (Strategy: Evidence-Informed Policymaking)
for assessing and highlighting gender-specific conditions and impacts in IDinsight's projects  
IDinsight is a global nonprofit that seeks to improve development outcomes by providing data analytics, evaluation, and advisory services to leaders in government, the nonprofit sector, and funding agencies. This project will enhance IDinsight’s ability to integrate gender analyses into client engagements. Specifically, IDinsight will identify gender-specific conditions and impacts related to social protection, economic empowerment, and taxation. During the one-year grant period, IDinsight expects to build organizational capacity to examine gender-specific conditions and impacts; expand the scope of at least three high-profile client engagements to include a gender dimension; and document and share the extent to which adding a gender dimension affects the salience, acceptability, and results of these client engagements. (Strategy: International Women’s Economic Empowerment)

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