Our core strengths are robust, scientific analysis and timely reports. We find the appropriate research tools for the given context and issues, and while our primary focus is Randomized Control Trials (RCT) and econometric analysis, we also fully incorporate qualitative and contextual data into our work.
We invest in understanding clients’ policy and project objectives and choices. Our research results in clearly-articulated recommendations that impact decision-making.
UNICEF contracted Kimetrica to assess the impact of a randomized control trial in 1,000 households receiving both nutritional counseling and cash assistance. This study is the first of its kind in Africa. The goal of our evaluation is to assess whether the program improved the nutritional status in young children and pregnant women in Kitui and Machakos County, eastern Kenya.
UNICEF contracted Kimetrica to evaluate the Building Self-Reliance for Refugees and Host Communities by Improved Sustainable Basic Social Service Delivery Programme (BSRP).
The programme aims to improve service delivery in health, nutrition, WASH, education and child protection. Kimetrica will assess changes in welfare and service access, quality and utilization through an annual outcome assessment, performance analysis, operational review and cost analysis.
The first evidence-based assessment of the state of child trafficking and institutional response and capacity in Ghana.
It included over 90 key informant interviews with government officials and NGOs in five regions. The assessment was used to inform a 4-year anti-child trafficking initiative between Ghana and the United States.
UNICEF contracted Kimetrica to assess the impact of a randomized control trial in 1,000 households receiving both nutritional counseling and cash assistance.
This study is the first of its kind in Africa. The goal of our evaluation is to assess whether the program improved nutrition for young children and pregnant women in Kitui and Machakos counties in Eastern Kenya.
UK's Department for International Development (DFID) contracted Kimetrica to evaluate Phase I of an innovative livelihoods program. It targets refugees in the Kakuma refugee camp and Kalobeiyei settlement, as well as members of the surrounding host community.
Results from the evaluation, which included key informant interviews and focus group discussions, will guide Phase II programming.