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Terminal Evaluation Survey of JICA Technical Cooperation Project on
Improvement of Vocational Training System (2011)
Monitoring Works of Orang Asli Resettlement under the Pahang-Selangor Raw
Water Transfer Project (2015)
Evaluation and Monitoring
Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) has commissioned PE Research to assist
in periodic monitoring the condition of post resettlement of Sungai Temir Orang Asli
who have been relocated to Sungai Bilut Resettlement which include survey of living
condition, the house provided, amenities, land, job, work situation, children’s schooling
facilities, and others related to their socio-economic situation.
This project also aims to observe and identify problems or issues faced by the Orang
Asli after the relocation and make recommendation of concrete measures to JICA. The
research team conducts household surveys, group discussions and interviews with
community leaders as well as relevant agencies to accomplish the monitoring work.
This evaluation commissioned by Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)
verifies the important issues relating to the project’s relevance, effectiveness and
efficiency, as well as the expected impact and sustainability after the project
completion - in order to assess its status of preparedness for autonomous
sustainability for vocational training.
This study also examines the factors that have promoted or inhibited the realisation of
the project purpose. Based on the results of the study, lessons learnt and
recommendations for future technical cooperation are then presented.
Ex-Post Evaluation Study on Third Country Training Program (TCTP) In
This evaluation study, commissioned by Japan International Cooperation Agency
(JICA), covers five Third Country Training Program (TCTP) programmes for four
beneficiary countries - Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam. The objectives are to
extract lessons learnt and to make recommendations to improve the planning and
quality of TCTP, as well as confirm the present needs of the sector.
The methodologies are survey of trainees and in-depth interviews with Malaysian
implementing agencies and selected trainees.
Local Procurement Assistance Service for the Development Project of
Malaysia-Japan International Institute of Technology (MJIIT) (2015)
The study, commissioned by Japan International Cooperation Agency, is a Local
Procurement Assistance Service (LPAS). The study aims to ensure smooth
implementation of procurement of equipment under Local Competitive Bidding (LCB)
by expediting the related process of procurement, in order to facilitate a full and
effective project completion of MJIIT by the end of 2018.
An action plan is proposed to improve the procurement process flow for LCB at
Malaysia-Japan International Institute of Technology (MJIIT). Methodologies of this
study are consultations and workshop sessions with all relevant parties involved in
the procurement flow.