Checchi led a mid-term evaluation of USAID’s program of lending and consulting assistance to Bosnian small and medium enterprises in high-return industrial and agricultural sectors.
Checchi developed a case study of the humanitarian crisis in the former Yugoslavia that captured lessons learned and provided recommendations to USAID’s Office of Foreign
In 1995, Checchi initiated a commercial law training project in Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan under the umbrella of joint venture with another U.S. company. In 1998,
Building on work under a prior contract to strengthen the commercial law framework in Central Asia, Checchi specialists assisted in drafting, revising, and implementing commercial
Checchi assisted in developing a program to enhance the policy environment for mobilizing equity capital in West Bank/Gaza by facilitating workshops on standards and ethics
The Palestinian Executive Authority (PEA), established in May 1994 under the Oslo I Peace Accord between Israel and the Palestine Liberation Organization, was charged with
Checchi provided technical support to CDIE in conducting case studies of USAID activities in support of capital markets development in India, Kenya, Morocco, the Philippines,
Checchi implemented a three year technical assistance effort to develop and install a performance monitoring and evaluation system for USAID’s Bureau of Humanitarian Response. Tasks
In 1995 Nicaragua approved constitutional reforms that enhanced the powers and duties of the National Assembly. To assist USAID in developing a program to support
Checchi worked with the Law Reform Commission of Lesotho to create a long-term strategy for the development of four targeted areas within the legal sector:
Improving the performance of courts in delivering quality justice services, supporting the Moldovan Government's efforts to reform the justice system through a pre-vetting process, and providing support for a secretariat to monitor the implementation of the national Justice Development Strategy.