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Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) Capability Statement

Program address: Washington DC – 600 H 810 7th Street, NE Floors 1-3
Admin address: Washington DC - 627 7th Street, NE

The Institute for Development Impact (I4DI) is a think+do tank dedicated to advancing a data-driven, systems approach to global sustainability.

We do this by integrating strategic consulting, applied research, capacity building, and technology innovation to catalyze positive social and environmental impact. Our team partners with bold thinkers across sectors to build their capacity for evidence- informed decision-making, equipping them to manage adaptively in complex, emerging markets.

Key capacity areas:

Highlights from I4DI's WASH Capability

I4DI has significant global coverage and expertise in WASH, with a network of 179 affiliated consultants spanning 41 countries

We are the evaluation & learning partner of the Women + Water Global Development Alliance (W+W Alliance) in India, funded by USAID and Gap Incorporated (Gap Inc.)

I4DI is managing USAID Global Waters CKM II contract and is a regular contributor of blogging materials and learning content for USAID’s Women+Water Alliance Microsite

We specialize in WASH research, real-time data tracking, outcome monitoring and evaluation for WASH, and advanced analytics with interactive data visualizations

I4DI is the prime implementer of USAID Tech for Green Cities- a waste management, sanitation and hygiene program in Cambodia

Performance Highlights

Women + Water Global Development Alliance
2017 - 2022 | India

I4DI is the independent evaluator, research, and learning partner of the USAID/Gap Inc. funded Women + Water Alliance (W+W GDA), a five-year initiative that aims to improve and sustain the health and well-being of women and communities touched by the apparel industry with a focus on water, sanitation, and hygiene(WASH) in Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh in India.

I4DI designed and implemented a learning agenda, built the Monitoring, Evaluation, Research, and Learning (MERL) strategy, and is conducting outcome-focused performance evaluations which examine key performance benchmarks starting from the intermediate outcome level of the Program Strategy Map/Theory of Change at various stages of program implementation. The overall evaluation design (including baseline, midline, and endline) is focused on the program lifecycle, measuring efficiency, relevance, effectiveness and sustainability of the W+W Alliance. 

By harnessing our in-house advanced data analytics and data visualization expertise, I4DI developed an interactive report for USAID and Gap Inc. that highlights key findings and reporting from the baseline evaluation study conducted in both states. Knowing the power of effective communication and dissemination of evidence-based data, I4DI further developed infographics for the baseline studies conducted in Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra, as well as a blog post on the state of WASH in India, all of which have been published in on USAID Global Waters website.


Tech for Green Cities
2019 - 2022 | Cambodia

I4DI is the prime implementer of the USAID-funded Tech for Green Cities (T4GC), an applied research pilot awarded under the USAID’s Small Business Applied Research (SBAR) initiative that aims to increase responsiveness, accountability and transparency of public Waste Management Services (WMS) in Cambodia, by enhancing expression of citizens’ rights and participation in governance, while also stimulating sustainable waste management, and improved sanitation and hygiene practices in Cambodia.

By developing a web platform and a smart phone app, T4GC allows citizens to report waste management issues to local service providers and track progress on their service requests. T4GC has thus far led 9 trainings, and 10 social media and radio events underpinning the importance of improved sanitation, hygiene and waste management practices amidst the COVID-19 pandemic in Cambodia.


Global Waters Communications and Knowledge Management II
2021 - 2026 | Global

I4DI in partnership with EnCompass LLC (prime) and FHI360 is implementing USAID Global Waters Communications and Knowledge Management II (Global Waters CKM II) contract where we offer knowledge management, data-driven storytelling, and data visualization support to USAID’s Bureau for Resilience and Food Security. I4DI is additionally leading the management of the GlobalWaters.org website – USAID’s hub and central repository of content from all the water, sanitation, & hygiene (WASH) programs it funds. Through this new iteration of communications

and knowledge management services, that spotlights and shares the work of USAID’s Center for Water Security, Sanitation, and Hygiene, the CKM II Team will: i) produce and disseminate knowledge products that highlight the key efforts taken by WASH implementers, ii) expand the evidence base for effective WASH programming, and iii) ensure and support progress toward a water-secure world- a mandate of the “Water for the World Implementation Research Agenda

Results. Evidence. Impact.
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