USC Shoah Foundation (Global):
Design and implementation of a comprehensive baseline assessment of the Foundation’s Visual History Archives Program (VHAP). Includes the design of a learning agenda and developmental evaluation approach for the program prior to a summative evaluation in 2020. VHAP is dedicated to genocide education and prevention efforts on a global scale. (Ongoing)
Environmental Incentives (US):
Facilitation of an Outcome Mapping workshop with Environmental Incentives and USAID staff to integrate collaborative, learning, and adaptation approach to existing programming. (2018).
International Center for Transitional Justice (Global):
Emma Naughton was team leader for an evaluation of ICTJ’s capacity development programming in Uganda, Tunisia, and Cote d’Ivoire, including recommendations for future capacity development strategies and activities. (2017).
Complexity-Aware Monitoring and Evaluation (Colombia):
Provision of technical support to Democracy International’s Colombia country office in Outcome Mapping as part of their complexity-aware M&E activities related to reconciliation programming in Colombia. (2017)
Oversight Commission on Access to Information (Afghanistan):
OCAI is a national multi-stakeholder body formed to oversee the implementation of Afghanistan’s new access to information legislation. Emma Naughton facilitated the development of a 4-year national strategic and M & E framework for the Commission, based on Outcome Mapping. (2017)
Integrity Watch Afghanistan:
Emma Naughton facilitated the development of a new 3-year Strategic Framework to guide IWA’s anti-corruption programming and advocacy initiatives. (2017)
Mennonite Economic Development Associates:
Emma Naughton conducted an Outcome Mapping training for project staff and civil society partners on the Improving Market Opportunities for Women in Myanmar project. The IMOW project seeks to strengthen participation of female farmers in key agricultural value chains in two states in Myanmar. (June 2016)