Madagascar IMPACT Activity: Midterm Evaluation Brief

Madagascar IMPACT Activity: Midterm Evaluation Brief
Abstract: Improving Market Partnerships and Access to Commodities Together (IMPACT) is a five-year, $30 million activity funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) that promotes a total market approach (TMA) to strengthen and increase the efficiency of the health sector supply chain in Madagascar. IMPACT seeks to address the low availability of health commodities due to poor market coordination and inefficiencies, especially for maternal and child health, family planning, and malaria.

IMPACT is implemented in 13 of 22 regions of Madagascar by Population Services International (PSI), with partners PATH, Management Sciences for Health, Banyan Global, and the Axian Foundation from 2018 through 2024. Data for Impact (D4I) facilitated the midterm evaluation to provide information to USAID and the IMPACT implementing partners for learning and course correction. The evaluation sought to examine the IMPACT program’s progress and performance to date, identify what is working and what is not working, and offer solutions or areas of focus for the remaining program years.
Shortname: FS-23-624 D4I
Author(s): Data for Impact
Year: 2023
Language: English
Filed under: Brief, Evaluation, madagascar