USAID Briefing Note: SERVIR Evaluation
SERVIR is a joint partnership between USAID and NASA that collaborates with regional partners to provide satellite-based Earth observation data and science applications to developing nations. Over the past 10 years, SERVIR has reached more than 40 countries in 4 regions, helping to improve environmental management and resilience and develop the capacity of government agencies, institutions, and other key stakeholders to integrate geospatial information and technology into their decision-making. USAID's Bureau for Economic Growth, Education, and Environment (E3) commissioned a mid-term evaluation of SERVIR to capture its effects across communities, countries, and regions around the world.
- How are SERVIR’s science application tools being used and what are the results/impact of those uses?
- Are the SERVIR hubs becoming stronger regional service providers?
- What is the value of SERVIR as demonstrated through measurable effects and their monetary value?
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