Integrity Matters: January 2022
Dear Friends and Supporters,
As the new Vice President, Delivery at Integrity, I am delighted to take on the role of overseeing our diverse project portfolio. Integrity currently has 16 projects, including a mix of global programmes, working internationally and in the UK. Our projects operate at different stages of the project life cycle, whether it is at design phase, implementation or close down. The common thread is to help generate and share critical evidence to improve project delivery and strengthen policy. We do this through a range of services from Monitoring Evaluation and Learning, Research Evidence and Analysis and Data and Knowledge Management.
We provide these services in multiple sectors by combining these skills with rich complimentary sector expertise. While we are well known for our work around Fragility, Violence and Conflict, in 2021 we experienced a significant demand to work on Humanitarian Response. In addition to a five-year new USAID South Sudan Monitoring and Evaluation Support Project (MESP) – with US Bureau of Humanitarian Assistance – we now also manage three shorter Evaluation projects focused on Humanitarian support in crisis settings. These are:
- Evaluation of the Better Assistance in Crisis (BASIC) Programme (FCDO)
- Independent Evaluation of the Humanitarian Emergency Operations & Stabilisation Programme
- Third-Party Monitoring and Evaluation of the Multi-Year Humanitarian Programme Pakistan (FCDO)
Based on rigorous research and evidence, we work with our clients to comprehend and address pivotal and defining challenges. Looking ahead into 2022 we are excited to launch our updated offer on Climate Security. This builds on our vast experience working across conflict, crisis and resilience and we anticipate new work in this area that can help to bring about long-lasting impacts.
Vice President, Delivery
Spotlight: Organisational learning at scale – reflections from the Prosperity Fund
We are pleased to launch the Integrity Insights Story Collection with our first item focused around how we worked in partnership to deliver a learning strategy that responded to the diverse nature of the UK Government’s Prosperity Fund.