MDF reviewed the overall performance of this multi-stakeholder partnership in such a way that it led to understandable, acceptable and actionable lessons.
In 2022, we evaluated the Shiraka training programme and the government-to-government programme.
MDF Training & Consultancy designed, facilitated and co-organised a series of Learning Tours in Nairobi, Kigali, Benin and Accra.
The Kenya Youth Employment Opportunities Project (KYEOP) aims to improve the employability of Kenyan youths while also providing them with a way to earn money.
In 2020, UNDP commissioned MDF Asia Myanmar to design a one-year trajectory to assess five of their local partner organisations in Rakhine State, Myanmar.
Support to the British Council to develop a network of partner organisations in Myanmar to be better able to reach out to remote areas and target groups.
We developed modules and trained trainers on how to create and manage an online business
MDF managed, with partners, a six-year project which improved the relations and reduced the conflicts between various stakeholders
Developing a user-friendly monitoring system for Malysian Wealth Fund to track social performance.
MDF performed an End of Phase evaluation of SUSTAIN-Africa.
MDF set up the Ghana Innovation Hub in 2018, together with BlueSpace Africa and the Ghana Communication Technology University (GCTU)
We co-created business courses on an online learning platform which users can access via a web browser or an Android app.
We developed business plans jointly with the Lilongwe Technical College and Soche Technical College.
MDF facilitated a participatory process for results-based reporting, strengthening their M&E and designing an M&E protocol.
The ILO - Sustaining Competitive and Responsible Enterprises (SCORE) programme continuously seeks MDF’s assistance to carry out meaningful evaluation research
This project contributes to determining the best methods to measure land, translate it in titles and maintain the records in a suitable database.
MDF implemented a two-year intervention to develop new teaching modules, boost the quality of TVET teaching
ILO in Sri Lanka approached MDF to develop a monitoring framework for the LEED+ project
We designed a management trajectory to make managers more aware of their personal style and of the different aspects of leading teams.
By 2027, the European Solidarity Corps has the target to support 450,000 young people. An online learning platform to prepare and train them has been set up.
We applied a holistic approach to WASH training. It combined capacity building of actors at all levels and empowerment of local communities to lead.
We designed and facilitated group workshops followed by individual coaching of each company
Between 2018 and 2022, MDF conducted three evaluations for the Hague Institute for Innovation of Law (HiiL).
The international Journey of Life training modules help communities practise child protection. MDF rolled it out in Bangladesh with UNICEF.
MDF was approached by the Cairo-based women's organisation Karama to facilitate a Theory of Change workshop for its network of women peace activists.
Many young women and adolescents have unsufficent access to family planning services. Training on SRHR information and motivation is a continuous need.
In partnership with Close the Gap and Crosswise Works, MDF developed a multi-year project with RVO funding
MDF with Close the Gap, CrossWise Works, Good Up and NITA is implementing a 3-year 1.5 million euro matching grant for a circular economy project.
MDF is providing technical assistance to the International Organization for Migration (IOM) in updating Training of Trainers (ToT) activities
Wild Geese Foundation requested MDF Training & Consultancy to help co-create their Change the Game Academy.
MDF designed and facilitated two 8-month leadership trajectories for for Myanmar managers to enable newly recruited s