Where we work

i-APS Global

Headquartered in Alexandria, VA, i-APS brings monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL), third-party monitoring, capacity building and technology product development to USG, United Nations and INGO clients worldwide. Since 2012, i-APS has worked in 26 countries and is currently registered in 11 countries.
i-APS is a certified 8(a) and Economically Disadvantaged Woman-Owned Small Business (EDWOSB). 

Colombia, Venezuela, Sudan, Syria, Turkey, Mali, Afghanistan, Yemen, and Kosovo. 

i-APS combines global expertise with a deep in-country network to provide clients with highly contextualized solutions to meet their information, management and program support needs. 

Technical experts consulted
TPM Contracts
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Registered Offices: Yemen   Syria   Sudan  
Project Offices: Iraq Egypt

i-APS brings extensive experience working in the Middle East and North Africa Region (MENA), from protracted crises to responding to humanitarian shocks. i-APS maintains a long-term presence and legal registration in Yemen, Syria and Sudan, with established country offices and programs. i-APS maintains project offices and has implemented activities in Iraq, Egypt, Jordan and Lebanon.  Within the MENA region, i-APS provides MEL and TPM support to USAID/BHA, UNICEF, UNOPS, UNOCHA, UNWomen, UNDP, FAO and implementing partners including Global Communities, Blumont, ACTED and Mercy USA. i-APS designs and implements performance and impact evaluations for clients including WFP, USAID/BHA and implementing partners. We combine our proven capacity building methods to support the localization agenda by building the capacity of over 28 national and local entities funded by the European Union. 

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i-APS Africa

Registered Offices: Mali; Sudan. 
Project Offices: Burkina Faso; Uganda.

i-APS is expanding in West and Central Africa and East Africa, focusing on providing complex MEL and TPM expertise. In Africa, i-APS has worked with over 22 national organizations and 14 international partners on projects ranging from $150,000 to over $12million.  i-APS has a long-term work presence in Sudan, Mali and Burkina Faso and we have worked in Sierra Leone, Republic of Guinea, Kenya, Somalia, Ethiopia, South Sudan. We have extensive program experience in the area of Preventing and Countering Violent Extremism (PCVE) by working in Mali and Burkina Faso on community resilience and bolsters institutional capabilities of national organizations to counteract violent extremism. We work with local communities to tackle the root causes of violent extremism and promote social cohesion. We use evidence-based practices and incorporate stringent monitoring and evaluation to verify the efficacy of partner interventions.

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i-APS Europe

Registered Offices: Kosovo  

i-APS operates in Europe through our Eastern Europe Operational Hub located in Pristina, Kosovo. i-APS provides services to donors and clients across the Western Balkan Countries, including Albania, Montenegro, Serbia, BiH, North Macedonia, and Kosovo; and those responding to the war in Ukraine. i-APS Eastern Europe teams specialize in technology research and development, providing innovative technoclay solutions that achieve donor missions. 

We also focus on technical work in the areas of human trafficking and migration, collaborating with governmental and non-governmental organizations, academia, and regional and international organizations.

i-APS projects in the region are funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and implemented by GIZ and MARRI as a strategic partner. These activities inform four lines of action, namely prevention, protection, partnership, and support services, designed to strengthen the capacities of key actors in resilience, victim identification, and protection.

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i-APS Asia

Project Offices: Cambodia    Vietnam (starting 2024)

i-APS offices in Asia provide donors and INGOs with evidence-based decision making in technical sectors of project design, management, monitoring and evaluation and capacity building of local actors. 
We are collaborating with the World Food Programme (WFP) to provide support for projects and activities funded by KOICA that focus on the Home Grown School Feeding Programme in Kampong Thom, Kampong Chhnang, and Pursat Provinces, implemented by WFP Cambodia. Our services include organizational capacity development and training, as well as midterm and final evaluations. Our technical experts are actively involved in programs that seek to connect school feeding with improved nutrition, wellbeing, and rural development by stimulating agricultural growth and enhancing food security through the purchase and use of locally produced food in the preparation of daily school meals. Additionally, our clients include Plan International in the Philippines.

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i-APS Latam

Registered Offices: Colombia;  Venezuela.
Project Offices: Honduras 

The i-APS Latin and South America Operational Hub, based in Bogota, Colombia provides clients in the region with access to over 100 technical experts and 600 field monitors. Within LATAM, i-APS teams focus on providing independent, verifiable data for humanitarian and development activities funded by USAID, BHA, UN entities and INGOs and local partners. Our teams design and implement complex impact and performance evaluations for USAID BHA, providing critical insights and supporting adaptive management with data and findings. 

We are a significant partner in the USAID Monitoring and Evaluation Platform in Latin America, providing third-party monitoring, data quality assessments, and evaluations. We work with over 22 national and international partners on an annual basis, conducting between 98 and 120 third-party monitoring visits and impact evaluations on projects funded by USAID BHA.

Previous work includes conducting midterm and final endlins for ADRA international and conducting an joint performance  and impact evaluation of the USAID-funded Monitoring and Evaluation Support for Collaborative Learning and Adapting (MESCLA) with DEXIS. 

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i-APS impact

Countries and programs
Organizations gained capacity
Surveys and interviews