DevTech was founded on the premise that quality research and learning can impact social change and lead to more effective development assistance. The firm has over 38 years of experience monitoring the performance, evaluating the impact, and gathering lessons learned across development assistance projects worldwide. Our monitoring, evaluation, research, and learning (MERL) practice is rooted in excellence, generating equitable, utilization focused evidence, that builds upon firm-wide expertise in economic growth, democracy, human rights, governance, education, gender, youth, and social inclusion.
DevTech has experience working with USAID, Department of State, Department of Labor, US Department of Agriculture, and a multitude of organizations in Latin America and the Caribbean, Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and Europe. DevTech has successfully managed and implemented more than 250 monitoring and evaluation activities in more than 90 countries across complicated socioeconomic contexts and non-permissive environments, including conflict and post-conflict areas. Our breadth of experience includes conducting multi-country and multi-sector evaluations including baseline, mid-term, and final evaluation data collection, performance evaluations, experimental and quasi-experimental impact evaluations, results frameworks, evaluation technical assistance, and training. All of our work is grounded in sound quantitative and qualitative research methods.
Find out more about our MERL work by reading the case studies and Insights articles included below. Learn more about our current and past MERL projects by exploring DevTech’s Projects Dashboard.