DevTech Inc. contracted Preston Associates to conduct series of Third Party Field Based Monitoring (FBM) in Ebonyi, Kano, Niger, Oyo, Bauchi, FCT, Kebbi, Plateau, Akwa Ibom, Abia, Osun, Borno and Yobe States on several human development USAID funded Education, and Health Population & Nutrition (HPN) projects in Nigeria. The TPM activities program focus areas include; Family Planning, Malaria, Supply Chain, Basic Health Care Provision Fund (BHCPF) and Early Grade Reading & Writing. The Third Party Monitoring (TPM) approach allows USAID to monitor, evaluate and learn from projects that are located in non-permissive environments. On average, each TPM activity spans between 10 to 20 working days, and methods employed for data collection include document review, Key Informant Interview (KIIs) and Focus Group Discussions (FGDs) with Implementing Partners, Government Officials and Community Members. Key findings and recommendations are provided by Preston Associates in an activity report at the end of each TPM.