AWARD / ICRAF

Dates: January 2016 – June, 2016

Client/Project: AWARD is a fellowship program run out of the World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) in Nairobi, Kenya, funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, USAID, and the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA). The fellowships are given to early-career African women agricultural scientists. The program involves a slew mentorship activities and resources intended to change relationships between people and institutions. AWARD identified a need to better understand how the methods of network analysis could help reveal strategies to enhance empowerment outcomes.

Website: http://awardfellowships.org/

Responsibilities: Design and implementation of network analysis on existing monitoring and evaluation data to support analysis of key program questions. The project also analyzed AWARD’s theory of change to identify opportunities to use network analysis as an integral component of AWARD’s M&E methods portfolio post-2017, and provided a recommended plan for how to carry out this integration. 

 

 

"I was amazed by the positive spirit, interest and zeal with which Flux approached this work, asking great questions all the way. They wanted our team to get the most useful results from this work. William, team lead, was very hard working, consistent with timelines, clear and efficient with communications."   -- Apollo Nkwake,  PhD, Senior Manager for Evaluation and Learning, AWARD. "It was amazing to see how all of our ideas could become a beautiful, complete visualization in just a couple of hours! We could see better how everyone in the room was thinking as a collective, and how best plan our next steps." -- Apollo Nkwake,  PhD, Senior Manager for Evaluation and Learning, AWARD.  

"I was amazed by the positive spirit, interest and zeal with which Flux approached this work, asking great questions all the way. They wanted our team to get the most useful results from this work. William, team lead, was very hard working, consistent with timelines, clear and efficient with communications."  

-- Apollo Nkwake,  PhD, Senior Manager for Evaluation and Learning, AWARD.

"It was amazing to see how all of our ideas could become a beautiful, complete visualization in just a couple of hours! We could see better how everyone in the room was thinking as a collective, and how best plan our next steps."

-- Apollo Nkwake,  PhD, Senior Manager for Evaluation and Learning, AWARD.