Client & Project Profile

was contracted as the National External Consultant to assess evaluation measures and sustainability of the projects under the Decent Work Country Program.



Since its formation, Mahara Professional Consultancies in Development succeeded in establishing and maintaining solid working relations with national and international clients, below is a brief portfolio:

Client
HMQ Rania Al-Abdullah office
Project Name: Global Women Action Network Conference
Date: October 2005
Service Delivered: Project Development and Management
Summary:

Mahara provided technical advice in planning and managing the international 'Global Women Action Network Conference' in Jordan.

Client
International Labor Organization (ILO)
Project Name: Salt Handicraft Training Center Project
Date: July 2008
Service Delivered: Monitoring and Evaluation
Summary:

Mahara is contracted by ILO to evaluate the performance of the 'Handicrafts Promotion in Jordan' project and review its operations in terms of relevance, design, effectiveness, efficiency and sustainability.

The outcomes of the evaluation will be used to guide the project stakeholders in ensuring a sustainable environment for the project and to work towards building a valid exit strategy for ILO.

Client
International Labor Organization (ILO)
Project Name: Decent Work Country Program
Date: March 2008
Service Delivered: Monitoring and Evaluation
Summary:

Mahara was contracted as the National External Consultant to assess evaluation measures and sustainability of the projects under the Decent Work Country Program.

Client
International Youth Foundation (IYF)
Project Name: Rapid Community Appraisal (RCA)
Date: June 2009
Service Delivered: Rapid Community Assessment of neighborhoods around Jordan
Summary:

Mahara was contracted to conduct a demand-driven bottoms-up Rapid Community Appraisal (RCA) of twelve neighborhoods across Jordan.

The outcomes of the RCA will be used to guide the development of ‘Community Action Plans’ that include the prioritized needs of each area with proposed interventions, activities, and approaches that will best address the needs of youth in the target areas with a special emphasis on labor market, youth-friendly services, and enhancing community infrastructure to enhance youth participation in public life. This program is funded by USAID-Jordan.
Client
Jordan River Foundation (JRF)
Project Name: MOPIC Poverty Pockets
Date: March 2008
Service Delivered: Research and Database
Summary:

Mahara was contracted to:

Conduct profiling and benchmarking and needs assessment of 6 local communities identified by the Ministry of Planning and International Cooperation as poverty pockets.