Research, monitoring and evaluation

When delivering vital public sector and international development projects, it’s crucial to know whether they are being effective.

Rigorous research, monitoring and evaluation help project teams understand whether their approaches are leading to desired outcomes. In any context, improving results requires an understanding of what works and what does not. Tetra Tech International Development works in partnership with donors, governments, multilateral organisations, foundations, universities, NGOs and businesses to help them understand the effectiveness, efficiency and impact of their work and to identify lessons for future programs and policies.

We undertake rigorous evaluations and equip organisations and projects with robust monitoring and evaluation systems. Our experts have conducted more than 600 evaluations for a range of clients, including the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), UK Department for International Development (DFID), the European Commission, the US Department of State and the US Agency for International Development (USAID).

We also help improve the performance of government agencies, organisations and projects through our innovative tools and experience in strategic management and performance improvement.

Learn more about our work in Asia Pacific.

Learn more about out work for the European Commission.

Positive outcomes for stronger communities

Tetra Tech’s Research, Monitoring and Evaluation (RME) business works closely with partners to understand the impact of their work and how to achieve greater effectiveness, to ensure they achieve positive outcomes for people and communities around the globe.

We provide a range of fit-for-purpose design, monitoring, evaluation, learning and research services. We assist partners to develop, test, refine and evaluate development programs and organisational systems, building evaluative thinking and fostering evidence-based decision making.

Our award-winning team provides a unique blend of country, sectoral and evaluation expertise. We work with partners to design development programs and organisational systems which embed a strong evaluation and learning culture. We equip organisations and programs with robust monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL) systems and provide ongoing facilitation and technical advice to support continuous learning and improvement.

We also provide high-quality independent evaluations and impact assessments, ensuring our mixed methods evaluation designs and research methodologies are rigorous, collaborative, and strengths-based, and capable of producing evidence that is reliable, meaningful, useful and influential.


Director, Research, Monitoring and Evaluation

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