Monitoring and evaluation

We carry out a range of M&E services – including baseline studies and updates, as well as annual and monitoring reports – to help our clients assess the impacts and performance of their projects and to keep abreast of developments in the industry.

In addition to our expertise in, and network of contacts throughout, the African energy sector, we are able to harness our thirty years’ experience in publishing to produce high quality reports with text, tables, maps and graphics as required.

We have provided M&E services for a distinguished portfolio of clients including leading private sector investors, project developers and national and multinational institutions in areas including energy, political, economic and infrastructure trends via a number of major Africa-focused projects.

Examples of past M&E projects

Infrastructure Financing Trends in Africa annual reports

For the African Development Bank-based Infrastructure Consortium for Africa, we researched, analysed and published a number of annual reports focusing on the financing of primary infrastructure sectors in Africa.

The ICA's annual Infrastructure Finance Trends in Africa reports have proven to be the cornerstone in monitoring and understanding public and private financial flows into the transport, water, energy and ICT sectors of the continent.

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Africa-EU Energy Partnership (AEEP) baseline and monitoring reports

For the GIZ-based AEEP, we produced an initial, comprehensive baseline study followed by a series of update reports to monitor progress towards its 2020 Political Targets.

The studies – which focused on energy access, security, efficiency and renewables – tracked the development of the continent's energy industries over ten years.

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For further information on our monitoring and evaluation services please contact:

Jon Marks
Founder and editorial director
+44 1424 721667

Consultancy contacts

John Hamilton
Managing director and senior analyst, North Africa

Ajay Ubhi
Senior research analyst

Mark Howard
Senior research analyst

Tel: +44 (0)1424 721667